It's my third time guest lecturing at this course and it's always a blast. This time I was invited by lecturers Lisa French and Mark Poole. The last time I was here, it was in 2006 and in a few years, you can see the difference in the web-savviness of this new batch.
Not to say the previous batches were any less fun and or less intelligent an audience lah.
I found myself having to update many of my stories and slides (Apple's Keynote 09 rules, by the way) because time flies in the internet world. New technologies and new forms of social media has impacted even my little corner of the web. So I added my stories of Twitter and Qik.
But one thing doesn't change. It's still about communicating and about connecting people.
I rode home from SIM and rewarded myself to some nice Punggol Nasi Lemak at Upper Serangoon Road. And didn't even have to move my bicycle when they shouted that the Parking Auntie Stormtroopers have arrived.
It was fun to see people rushing to move their illegally-parked cars from the double-yellow-zigzag-lined road, while I enjoyed my dinner.
In case you're wondering, Lisa, yes this was blogged from my mobile phone, haha.