Thursday, 19 July 2007

Two websites

I didn't go to work today, but stayed home because I had to open doors for plumbers to work on some pipes under my unit. I was a little annoyed by the fact that I had to use up a day worth of my annual leave for just about 10-15 minutes for the plumbers, but in the end I think I got a good day of resting, reading, web-surfing, watching tv, exercising, etc.

While spending time on the net today I spent some time on these two sites (or rather a game and a site) and couldn't help myself but share my discoveries.

1) The ultimate violent/destructive game
This has got to be the most sinister looking computer game. I won't spoil it for you. Go and have a look, and no, I don't think you need to buy the game, but download and play the tutorial, and see what I mean... well, don't worry, you won't see any blood, promise.

2) Treehugger
Let's be environmentally aware.
I have some reservations against the thoughts that the "renewable" energy/technology will secure our future as human beings, held by some conservationists, and I am annoyed at those "environmentally friendly" people who aren't quite "humanly friendly". But, as a Christian, I think we are all invited by God to do what we can to love God by loving (or in more descriptive, although limited terms, taking care of) God's creation. Let's not get into arguments with "what is more important" questions like, man or animal, or preaching the gospel or preaching the global warming, etc. I hope you already know the answer, if in doubt, ask God. (well, if you don't know how to ask God, then... talk to some Christian around you, or even me.) Hmm.. anyways, I think this site is quite reasonable, thoughtful and considerate, it seems to me at least.

Wednesday, 18 July 2007

Migrating to blogger from xanga...

I'll take some time evaluating, and when I'm happy/confident with it, I'll move over here from

Update: It's still available! - 8-Sep-2012