In spite of all the attention given to Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy series over the years, I still find myself a loyal fan of Sony Ericsson. Many times I’ve been tempted to switch to Apple, Samsung or Nokia but there’s something about Sony Ericsson that kept me happy. Maybe the elegant and yet simple design or maybe I’m just being too sentimental – one thing for sure I will stick with Sony Ericsson for now.
My present Sony Ericsson is still good enough for me to use for another one or two years perhaps? Well, I’m not one of those tech savvy people who change their handphone every other month. But, if I do decide to switch to a new handphone, I guess Sony Xperia ZR is a tempting proposition. I love the design and guess what? It can duck under the water and take HD pictures and videos. Well, in 1.5 meters of water for up to 30 minutes. (more…)
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ANALYSING THE ANECDOTES
In the midst of a busy day in Kuala Lumpur, a few years back, a jam-packed traffic cruising slowly and patiently on a busy metropolitan road was startled by the cacophonous din of a hospital ambulance siren coming from behind them. The emergency lights were flashing, and all cars were inching slowly to give way to the hospital-emergency vehicle to move. All except one, that is. One lone Chinese driver was suspicious of the ambulance’s “motives” and surmised that this is nothing more than the camaraderie of a (mostly-Malay) ambulance operator who was in a hurry to get back home or whose bladder was in a pressing situation, and was merely using (or abusing) his position to beat the traffic.
So the vigilant hero set it upon himself to give chase to the ambulance. At a relatively non-busy clearing, he overtook the speeding life saver and stopped in front, refusing to let the ambulance move. He got out of the car and, walking over to the driver, demanded to see what was that he was carrying that demanded this “emergency” situation if ever. The ambulance man relented, and opened the door. (more…)