If you want to take the family for a learning journey, Kim Huat has an itinerary you can adapt from!
Take a trip around Singapore to learn the story of the many cultures that have contributed to the building of our country. Kim Huat marvels at our ability to bridge cultural differences and work together with people who may think differently from us.
More than ever, these are important skills for us to #LearnforLife.
[This video was filmed before Circuit Breaker measures were put in place. Please observe safe distancing, mask-wearing, and all the current measures necessary to beat COVID-19. Stay safe, everyone!]
Some of us start a little slower, and have different interests at different stages. What matters is taking these interests and aptitudes into account when deciding the next step in our education journeys. Kim Huat shares the story of his journey.
[This video was filmed before COVID-19. Please observe safe distancing, mask-wearing, and all the current measures necessary to beat this coronavirus, ok?]
mrbrown’s #WFH mini movie reviews: The Old Guard was not brilliant but it was a watchable action Netflix thing. Did not make me pui chow nua like 6 Underground.
Took a while to build up. Action was nice. Villain was cookie cutter. I’d like to see more Quynh. Sequel is very likely. Charlize Theron is an action flick goddess. Please show more of her past in the next movie. I also want to see more of her axe.
Middle part of the movie a little too much exposition. It’s so obviously a setup for a franchise and a sequel. It felt more like a tv series pilot than a full-on movie.
I bet the graphic novel was better. The last book of the sequel is out, I think.
Other stuff I’m watching now or soon: Warrior Nun and Apple TV+‘s Greyhound.
Also fun was The Great, on Hulu, about Catherine the Great.
In this time of COVID-19, it seems like the only movie options come from streaming services. I don't know when we will feel safe enough to go back to the cinema.
Something I wrote for Father's Day, for my church publication, the Trinitarian magazine:
“When your children see you 24/7 at home, they see their father in every situation. When he is working. When he relaxing. When he is praying (or not praying enough). When he is angry. When he is goofy. When he is loving with their mother. When he is arguing with her too.
Everything. Laid. Bare.
In these times, you start to ask yourself, how do you be the father you need to be to your children?”
This is a mechanical keyboard I am typing on and it is going to be noisy because of the clicky mechanical keys. Mine is the tactile model, the G915 Wireless Tactile.
Click click click
It may drive you crazy. I am still getting used to the travel and the distance between the keys because I am used to typing on the Craft keyboard, which isn’t mechanical and has a shallower key travel.
Type type type.
The Logitech G915 is very good. And wireless. But a little pricey. Then again, so is the top of the line business keyboard, the Craft.
Wait, I need to go and install some Logitech G Hub software.
Again. I am typing on the G915 and it is a great keyboard. I wonder if I like this more than my Craft keyboard. In either case, the Logitech stuff is really good.
But the G915 takes up a fair bit of space. A little more than the Craft. It is also an adjustable-height keyboard because it has retractable feet. The Craft has a fixed height.
I do miss the Craft wheel and all the functions on that wheel though.
I like the height. I prefer to use it raised. There are three height levels: Flat, Slightly Tilted, and Full Tilted. I have tried all three heights and I like the highest setting for typing.
The lighting is nice. I like the Ah Beng colours. I set mine to 50% brightness so I don’t get blinded by it, and also to save power. I am only 50% Beng.
I find the included charging cable. I am now charging it.
Why is it micro-USB though? USB-C please. The Craft keyboard uses USB-C. Why is this top of the line gaming keyboard still using micro-USB lah.
It is new, just out of the box, and battery is now 26%. At full charge, it will last 30 hours with all the blinky lights on, about a week. But with the lights off, it will last more than 100 hours.
It works with Bluetooth or the Logitech G dongle. You can use Bluetooth when pairing with your iPhone or iPad, for example.
Clickity clickity clickity.
I love the sound of a mechanical keyboard.
The Logitech G USB dongle is not the same as the Logitech Unifying dongle that comes with the Craft keyboard and the non-gaming series of Logitech input devices. So you can’t use the G915 with the Logitech Unifying dongle.
If you want to use just one dongle, then get a G series gaming mouse to go with your G915. Then you can have one dongle to rule them all.
Same with the Craft keyboard: pair that with a MX Master 3 mouse and the Logitech Unifying dongle to be lean and mean.
But if you are like me, and like the G915 gaming style keyboard but also like Logitech’s best-made business mouse like the MX Master 3, then sorry, you have to use TWO different dongles.
I am happy Logitech software plays nice with my Macs now. The software they provide is fairly stable. It installed without fuss on macOS Catalina. I wouldn’t trust Razer’s Synapse software on my Mac. I wouldn’t even trust Synapse on my Windows PC.
Needless to say, this is a gaming keyboard and is best used on a gaming computer. Which means a Windows PC. I think I will still keep it with my Mac because I type a lot and this keyboard has great feel in the typing department. I know, it is very hardcore to use a gaming keyboard just for typing but whatever feels good, man.
Typey typey type.
You can tell I am enjoying this keyboard. I enjoy typing. I hope you enjoyed reading my review of the Logitech G915 Wireless Tactile. I will now open a new text file and type my Great Singapore Novel on it.