* I want to test whether my blog feed is working correctly in twitter.com/kenpeter, so that is why you see this post.
* I spent more time on this blog than on Twitter because:
– I am super lazy to tweet on Twitter. I remember I made a script, which allowed me to post random tweets, once the terminal is open. This further proves I am super lazy.
– The blog allows me to post more stuff than in Twitter.
* I checked the statistics today and found that there were 207 unique visitors, which breaking my records. (I got 100 unique visitors in average) I should work harder on this blog, but again I am super lazy. (Who doesn’t want more visitors, because I can post some ad here. You need to agree with me, wouldn’t you?)
* I started this blog, because there are lots of stress in real life. I like to put funny stuff here, so when people (including me, of course!) are having a bad day can relax and smile. It works for me and feeling so much better, after watching funny stuff.
* If you have a hard time to sleep, listen this raining music –> http://www.rainymood.com/
I like to watch other people playing games, because
* I am sucked.
* I am amazed the skills people have.
* I really like the Commentator.
Sucked: I don’t have any example at the moment.
Skill: A good example will be a Street Fighter match:
Commentary: A good example will be HuskyStarcraft’s youtube channel. His commentary to Star Craft match is really good –> http://www.youtube.com/user/HuskyStarcraft I spent lots of time to watch them.
Yes, it is the mushroom hair style. I am not sure why it is so popular, but apparently many people with hidden talent have a mushroom on their heads. A good example will be the next Susan Boyle: Taiwanese Lin Yu Chun.
Another good example is Detroit Metal City:
My hair is getting long. I guess I should do a mushroom cut, which will be awesome.
* Open your browser. (Chrome or Firefox, but I haven’t tested it in IE yet)
* Put this in the URL.
* Then you can do whatever you want.
Recently, one of our exchange servers had been comprised and filled with SPAM. It was impossible to send email externally for a day. (In this case, I communicated with people via physical mails.)
Some people I met, they are hardcore Microsoft fans. They will say “Build this freaking thing in .NET” or “It is standard. You need to use it.” (I was thinking, is it industry standard?)
I don’t know why I don’t really like Microsoft products. I remembered I used to like it. For example, .NET, Windows XP and MSN Messenger. After tried out Ubuntu, I hardly use Windows any more. I try to use open source whenever I can. When I talk to people, I encourage them to use open source, even though they don’t really care.
I am not saying Microsoft doesn’t build good things. They do, but I just don’t like “bad” things they built or did.