Bought a gold Macbook Air for dad

Today I went to Best Denki to buy a brand new Macbook Air for my dad. It’s the base model, gold version that I bought for him. Initially we wanted to head down to the Apple Store to get it, but was informed upon arrival that their walk-in appointment slots were already full. The walk-in... Continue Reading →

My humble turntable set up

Up at last. It’s a great start. The speakers is perfect for my small room, and the space fits both the turntable and the speakers. I don’t care what purists say about putting the speakers and turntable on the same platform and affecting overall sound quality or causing audio skips due to the thumping music... Continue Reading →

Covid-19 shipping woes

With the pandemic surging all around the world, it has put the world of logistics into disarray. With passenger flights cancelled all over the world, goods bought online and shipped out to all corners of the globe face hurdles in getting into the hands of online shoppers. Without passenger flights, these parcels cannot get to... Continue Reading →

The Addon C10 first week impressions

It’s been roughly a week since I gotten my hands on AudioPro’s Addon C10 multi-room speakers. I have tried listening to music from a wide range of genre using the speaker and right off the bat, my initial impression was just how powerful this speaker can get when you really crank up the volume. I... Continue Reading →

Bought the AudioPro Addon C10!

Operation Turntable is go for launch. After weeks of researching, I have decided to push through in starting a new hobby: Turntables. I have decided to set up a turntable and speaker system in a small corner of my room. I have finally chosen which turntable to buy, which speakers to accompany the turntable and... Continue Reading →

Exploring turntables and vinyl records

For the past few days I have been exploring and researching turntable and vinyl records. With the renovation of the new house underway, now that the circuit breaker has eased somewhat, it is slated to be completed in the first week of July. Last week, I was reviewing the renovation plans, particularly for my room.... Continue Reading →

Viral video about the pandemic

Julie Nolke a YouTuber and comedian recently made a comedy sketch video that when viral sometime in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. In this video, her future self visited her past self just before the pandemic went global to explain to her what to expect and what to prepare in the coming months without... Continue Reading →

New York trip highlights 2019 (pt 4)

Madison Square Garden was one of our top venues we were interested in visiting while in New York. Also known as the Garden, it is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Midtown Manhattan. That place is rich in history as a premier venue not only in hosting world class sporting events, but also concerts and... Continue Reading →

Zoom fatigue is real!

With most of the world currently fighting the pandemic, and major cities under lockdown, including Singapore, one of the few ways for people to connect with each other, whether professionally or personally, is through the use of the various video conferencing apps and softwares like Zoom, Skype, Cisco WebEx and many more. I use Zoom... Continue Reading →

New York trip highlights 2019 (pt 3)

The ferry to the statue of liberty was one of the most amazing experience I had while in New York City. Yes I know the site is super touristy and kinda overrated, but for a first-timer, we just had to do it. It was beautiful, bright sunny day, judging from the sunglasses that I had... Continue Reading →

New York trip highlights 2019 (pt 2)

After a good night's sleep, we were eager to set out and properly explore the city. We focused on lower Manhattan first and took the subway to the World Trade Center. The PATH station of the World Trade Center is a magnificent piece of architecture. Built from the remains of the former WTC station in... Continue Reading →

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