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February 4, 2008

All Good Things Will come to an End, But New Things will Produce Something Better!

Hi all. After such a long period of maintaining the blog, it will be emigrating to a new website soon, and I will be moving my content to it.

I thank all the 39000+ readers who had visited my blog in the past 2 years.

When it began, it was an attempt to share my knowledge with my school, and slowly, it reach the whole world and I enjoyed helping everyone who was here reading my blog. Without the constant support, the blog won’t have be what it is today.

Once I transfer my contents over, I will post the link for those who are always on the lookout for the content, so that you can find it easily.

I will be transferring my materials over slowly, so no worries about that, just that the blog may cease to have its own existence after the content are transferred over. So remember ! Visit my new website once it’s done!


January 9, 2008

Buying the Right Mouse ! – That Gaming Guide

Filed under: Latest Technology & Software,Tutorials/Guides — Jasper Mah @ 7:01 pm

When we usually talk about mice that we plug into our computer or notebook, we seldom notice how efficient a mouse can be, when it’s placed in the hands of manufacturers who seek to produce high-end gaming equipments for consumers, mainly gamers and PC enthusiasts.A common mouse becoming so powerful?

Indeed, in the very world of gaming and professional designing, users tend to look for the mouse that provide the best features according to what they want.

Mice of such categories, are priced normally beyond what you may expect from your corded mouse that you use everyday. Those mice have features, commonly far more advanced than your normal mouse.

Have you ever heard of

– “On-the-Fly Sensitivity”?


– “2.25x faster than your common mouse”?

– “Hyper-response Buttons that are programmable by you?”

You don’t normally see all these features in your normal everyday mouse. What makes these mice special, and the reason that you could, or should invest in them, will be shown in today’s guide to buying a mouse.

Normally these mice in Singapore can be worth from minimum of $40, to over $150!

Of course, in today’s guide, it is to illustrate in how to invest the right amount of money, to get a mouse that fits your budget, and also fit certain features that you might want to take note, while buying a gaming mouse.

Mainly, I would also tell you, why a gaming mouse, would be a good investment, that you will derive from your gaming sessions that you have, compared to that normal household mouse you use for your desktop or notebook.


July 9, 2007

The PSP Article 2 : Introduction to the HomeBrew Scene!

Filed under: Daily stuff,Every Little Thing — Jasper Mah @ 11:13 pm

Hi all! Once again, I’m back to continue the article on the PSP, a wonderful device that I shared about in Article 1 of the PSP Articles! If you are new to the blog, this is what I wrote earlier.

In Article 2, I will be introducing different homebrews that would work on the PSP, but at the same time, I will bring you along how the PSP homebrew community can work well with the user(which is you! who is reading the article), according to what type of PSP the user has.


The PSP Article 1 : Introduction to the PSP Scene!

Filed under: Daily stuff,Every Little Thing — Jasper Mah @ 3:58 pm


You must be wondering why I would be doing such an article today. As a gamer myself, I do own such a wonderful device, and there are multiple possibilities that this machine can actually produce. I would just do a brief introduction on the product before I share with everyone about what the Sony PSP can do.


Mini-Guide : Clearing your Security Log!

Filed under: Daily stuff,Every Little Thing — Jasper Mah @ 2:51 pm

Hi there! In today’s guide, I am going to show you how to clear your security log when you encounter this message while being at the Login Panel, and cant’ seem to login to your account.

The security log on this system is full. Only administrators can log on to fix the problem”.


– Find this message awfully familiar?

– Can’t seem to login to your computer?

– Any method to prevent this from happening?

Yes! of course! That’s what this guide is here for!

The Guide after the jump ->


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