From the Home Office in Tanjong Pagar, here's the Top Ten List:
Top Ten effects of Malaysia's capital control measures.
It's bold. It's a gamble. It may be a step forward. It may be a step backward. It may be a long step over the cliff. Only time will tell. But already, the effects are being felt. Good or bad, you decide.
From the Home Office at the former CLOB, here's the Top Ten list...
Top Ten things to do with the old ALS shelters.
You know those pale blue kiosks or booths that sheltered the Cisco police women who stand guard at all the entries to the Restricted Zone? Well, with ERP, there is no more Cisco policewomen. I just passed by these booths, and it had a sign, "Closed". Well, I was thinking, we can't just waste resources like this. So here now are the top ten suggestions on what we can do about the ALS shelters.
I love gadgets. Anyone who knows me will attest to that fact. I own just about every other gadget on the planet. I have miles of audio/video/computer cables, tons of digital diaries, old computer parts, torchlights (oh how I love torchlights!), batteries, VCRs, and all manner of hardware. Let me put it another way: I know how to set the digital clock on my VCR (so that it does not blink 12:00 all day long) and I know how to use its timer record function, I use the "Double Boil" feature on my microwave, I understand all my handphone features. That's the kind of gadget stud I am.