The US$700 billion bailout failed, leading to the biggest drop in the U.S. financial market ever. It’s shocking, and deplorable how this might have happened.
I was just mulling over how I might be more “successful” the other day when I realised that that thought held one very fundamental problem: what did “success” mean to me? Lately, I’ve been going around sites like Mininova and The Pirate Bay looking for torrents on “success” and “self-improvement”. […]
I’m currently reading a book on innovation, called The Medici Effect by Frans Johansson. What I have read thus far has intrigued me and got me thinking like no book has for a long time.
The rise of immigrants in Singapore has provoked many Singaporeans into thinking we’re being “invaded”. The same may be said about many developed countries that feel that they’re somehow superior, and that immigrants steal resources from their homeland. However, immigrants are not the only beneficiaries of their immigration: the host […]
eDonn.com is in need of change. I may be taking it down for a while, or maybe not updating it; or something like that. So… heh.
I need to pee, I need to pee! But where’s the toilet to relieve me?
Academically, this semester has been strange. I think it has partly to do with the communications unit that I talked about in an earlier post, where the administration and teaching methods are so different from what I’m used to, as well as the fact that two units that I’m taking […]
Everyone has something to share, something you can learn from. Even if you don’t particularly like a person, chances are good that the person in question will have some desirable trait or knowledge from which you can take and make your own.