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Dear God

Dear God, Give me someone to love. I’m talking romantic, butterflies-in-stomach, Sleep-losing, appetite-destroying love. Conditionally Loving Always, Donn PS: Otherwise, I’m never going to Church again.

He Dreams (Cho’s Parents)

It is evening. The setting sun gives off a soft, warm glow. Holding hands, they take a slow walk down a stretch of deserted beach. They say nothing, but walk, listening to the sounds of the waves making their way onshore. He looks at her, and starts thinking about how […]

He Dreams (Cho's Parents)

It is evening. The setting sun gives off a soft, warm glow. Holding hands, they take a slow walk down a stretch of deserted beach. They say nothing, but walk, listening to the sounds of the waves making their way onshore. He looks at her, and starts thinking about how […]

In the Woods

I drew a couple of pictures recently. Just felt so proud of them I couldn’t help but post it here. 🙂 Here’s one of an old man with a child. This was inspired by a photo I saw which accompanied a poem (Rudyard Kipling’s If). Here’s one of a girl. […]

Does IT Matter?

I’m currently reading a book called Does IT Matter?, by author Nicholas G. Carr. It basically talks about how IT’s competitive advantage has been corroded through the commodatisation of IT. IT as a Commodity I had never thought of IT in this way consciously, of IT as a commodity. When […]

Marketing Text

I was reading through my Marketing text when I came across this: … as when Johnson & Johnson targeted the adult market with its baby powder and shampoo, or Baileys Irish Cream targeted the 19-25 singles segment with its positioning as a ‘sexy’ drink. Johnson & Johnson’s marketing campaign included […]

The Mind is Evil

Falling in love is, to me, an exercise in academia — business academia. Allow me to explain why. First, let me open this article with the excerpt of the song, The Mind is Evil, by the Indie band Clearlake: And sometimes I think If I killed off my mind Then […]

Midnight Studying

It’s close to midnight. A cup of Kahlua Coffee sits in my tummy, doing its best to burn through my stomach lining. Too much Kahlua, too little coffee — an accident, I swear. I’ve got a mid-semester test coming up next week. I’m studying — reading my text. “How does […]