Friday, September 30, 2011

OMG! Can't wait to try it out!

I like Mosaic and Flipcard, too bad my blog don't have a lot of pictures to start with.

Balance Sheet of Life

Our Birth is our Opening Balance
Our Death is our Closing Balance
Our Prejudiced Views are our Liabilities
Our Creative Ideas are our Assets
Heart is our Current Asset
Soul is our Fixed Asset
Brain is our Fixed Deposit
Thinking is our Current Account
Achievements are our Capital
Character & Morals, our Stock-in-Trade
Friends are our General Reserves
Values & Behaviour are our Goodwill
Patience is our Interest Earned
Love is our Dividend
Children are our Bonus Issues
Education is Brands / Patents
Knowledge is our Investment
Experience is our Premium Account

The Aim is to Tally the Balance Sheet Accurately.
The Goal is to get the Best Presented Accounts Award.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

They are gonna dig my TOMB!

To ease the traffic on Lornie Road, they are gonna dig Gan Eng Seng's TOMB.
Buried together with me are other Singapore Pioneers, such as Chew Boon Lay, Lee Hoon Leong, Lee Choo Neo and Tay Ho Swee.

Stand Tall, Be Proud! Fellow Gamers!

The next time someone say gaming is not good, show them THIS.

Foldit, an online protein folding game, was created to challenge the gamers to produce the most accurate models of proteins.

However, the discovery that caught the attention of the public was the gamers' accomplishment in unlocking the structure of the M-PMV retroviral protease, the enzymes that the HIV virus uses to multiply and grow into AIDS. What took the researchers a decade worth of solving to no avail finally show glimpses of the final structure with the aid of the gamers.

Personally I don't think scientists are stupid, just that we are stuck in too much of background knowledge constraints that sometimes we just don't see the big picture.

Those with some biology knowledge can read the paper HERE
Crystal structure of a monomeric retroviral protease solved by protein folding game players
by: Firas Khatib, Frank DiMaio, Seth Cooper, Maciej Kazmierczyk, Miroslaw Gilski, Szymon Krzywda, Helena Zabranska, Iva Pichova, James Thompson, Zoran Popović, Mariusz Jaskolski, David Baker
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, Vol. advance online publication (18 September 2011) doi:10.1038/nsmb.2119

The already closed HIV protease puzzle, showing the many gamers making into the hall of fame.

Can you solve the puzzle by folding this
to this
Read the SCIENCE behind Foldit HERE

Friday, September 16, 2011


On this very Malaysia Day, we receive what could be the biggest gift from our dear prime minister, the abolishment of the Internal Security Act (ISA) [source:]

Although I welcome the change, I like many others share some skepticism. Will it be another empty promise just to buy votes until the next election, which is just around the corner.

Anyways, I shall wait and see.
And this time I shall fulfill my right as a citizen.

For those who are not sure if you are a registered voter, click the link below and check your eligibility :

Happy Malaysia Day 2011

Happy 2nd 48th Malaysia Day Hope 'Kita Satu Bangsa' is not just a dream

p/s: I like one of the comments in the video. "Some people just can't tell the different between a patrotic and a propaganda song. A patrotic song makes you love the country that treat you equal. A propaganda song makes you love the country that treat you different." 
I sincerely hope that this belong to the former.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

facebook vs Google+

Ooo... So that's what they have in mind...

That said, I wonder how many of us will switch from facebook to Google+ when it has more features.
Facebook VS. Google Plus
[Via: Single Grain]

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Counting Down 1 Month...

Eagerly waiting for the arrival of 8th October 2011. Then the other half of the Circle Line, now still in dotted line, will be complete.

The not-so-circle Circle Line

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Try if you can solve this math question

The question is....


1 = 5

2 = 25

3 = 125

4 = 625

5 = ?

Answer Below

Answer is = 1

Have you forgotten? 1 = 5