Is there really anything that can be done to lower toll in Malaysia, espeically in the West Malaysia? I was born in east Malaysia (Sabah) and haven’t really find any toll here before. I can’t even find it in Australia or in United states as well. Is this kind of like Malaysia’s way of saying that they have a good road system so they need to charge road toll?
Australia has been booming since 2003 and for those who still don’t know, Australia has an abundant resource of commodities such as Nickel, Iron, Uranium, Platinum, Coal and Gold. And it’s very unlikely that the trend of rising prices of house prices, shares and consumer goods ever gonna come down anytime soon. Politicians are making such a big fuss about the interest rate since it’s the national election is just in a month’s time, but I don’t think they can really control it. [Read more…]
Compared to other countries, cars in Australia are generally cheaper. Whether you are looking for a second hand car to school/college/work, you will find there’s lot of offers around. And if you’re patient enough, you might as well get yourself a decent car for a good deal. [Read more…]
Literally thousands of journalists are employed around the world to bring current event coverage to readers of thousands of newspapers and their online sites. News syndicators such as AP, Reuters and UPI are well known in this industry. This has now changed forever thanks to blogs and news aggregation sites. [Read more…]
Packt just revealed that WordPress is the first winner of the 2007 Open Source CMS Award, picking up the best Open Source Social Networking Content Management System. In a very close category, WordPress came out in front of Elgg and Drupal, who finished joint second. [Read more…]
I hate to admit but I find myself facing this dilemma on and off all the time. It just bugs me sometimes wondering what are the best definition of a category and for a tag, and how should I catergorize or “tagerize” them. [Read more…]
Apart from Medicare whereby the Federal Government of Australia helps in fundng the medical expenses for its citizens and permanent residents, you can provide yourself with more cover by buying a private health insurance in Australia. [Read more…]
Driven by the great resource boom and widening interest from foreign funds to gain a higher yield and return, the Aussie dollar has today set a new record. The Australian dollar rose above 92 U.S. cents to hit a fresh 23.5 year high. [Read more…]
I have been a crazy reader of Business 2.0 since high school and I have to say it’s one of the best magazine ever published and written so far. But yet, it’s saga has come to an end as their parent company, Time Warner, has made the decision to close the curtains on September. The apparent reasons given was low income from advertisements sales and a slow growth in readership.
What will I do
1. Grab the September issue of Business 2.0
2. Keep in mind that good things and time, sometimes, do come to and end
3. A personal complement to the working team of Business 2.0 team who had made the magazine possbile, and inspired startups all around the world.
Yes, you can live alone and build yourself a cottage like Robinson on the island. But unless you want to live on an island, you certainly need good contacts and a good team to achieve a goal, especially in business and engineering. [Read more…]