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New (old) project

31st Jan 2006 - 09:52pm Daily Scribble
Finally I my at work holidays comes to the end. Since my previous project was finished, I have been idling for a few weeks waiting for the new project assignment. I am officially joining a new project today and assigned new tasks. It is glad to have…

Moving out

30th Jan 2006 - 10:14pm Daily Scribble
I have been thinking about moving out of my current place for a while. The location is very inconvinient and quite far away from anywhere except work. With luck, I found an apartment rental near Joyce station, where is much closer to Pat’s…

Year of the dog

29th Jan 2006 - 09:34pm Daily Scribble
Today is the Chinese New Year. Me and Pat joked that this year is the year of Charlie, Pat’s golden retriever. There isn’t much new year atomsphere here in Vancouver. Unlike HK, the chinese new year is just yet another normal day.…

omakase

28th Jan 2006 - 12:51am Daily Scribble
Tonight I went to Tojo’s to have our year end dinner with Pat and her family. Tojo is one of the best japanese resturant in Vancouver. The speciality of Tojo is the omakase menu, which you specify the amount you are willing pay and let the…

Goodbye laptop

27th Jan 2006 - 08:50pm Daily Scribble
I finally have to say farewell to my old laptop, it is the first laptop I ever owned. It is given to me on my first day of work. It had worked trustfully for 5 years and it is time for it to retire. The company is moving everyone to critix, which is a windows…

Layoff in Santa Clara

26th Jan 2006 - 10:26pm Daily Scribble
My company just had a small layoff today. All the R&D people of the microprocessor division in Sanata Clara site are let go, including my friend Suzanne. We had quited the custom MIPS processor market and the remaining few guys are working…

post baccalaureate

25th Jan 2006 - 08:53pm Daily Scribble
In order to take courses in SFU, one must register in an acedemic program, either credit or non-credit. Since I am looking into what to study after my M.Eng degree, I need to register into a program. Having a ph.d. is one of my goal, but probably…

Volunteering

24th Jan 2006 - 10:33pm Daily Scribble
I am checking out volunteering oppertunities in Burnaby and Vancouver today. Pat complains I am not “good” enough because I am not doing any volunteering work. From my previous forced volunteering in highschool, I have really…

Treasure hunt in the library

23rd Jan 2006 - 10:24pm Daily Scribble
I am the type of person who cannot study at home, except I have to work with my computer. It usually end up surfing the web or watching TV. Thus, I went to Bread Garden to study my philosophy reading today. Finished first two of Descarte’s…

Election

22nd Jan 2006 - 11:07am Daily Scribble
Tomorrow is the federal election of Canada. Out of the three parties, NDP is the one I like least. It’s policy is too far into the left, held hostage by the unions and tends to harm the middle classes. The name NDP almost equal to more tax more…
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