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HackerspaceSG: Events of Week 49 (Nov 30 – Dec 6)

I thought I’ll try this out for size and see how people responds. So upcoming for week 49 (yes, it is week 49 of year 2009), we have… Hackerspace Hack Time Mon, Nov 30 6:00 pm Tue, Dec 1 12:00 am This is our every monday regular scheduled reserved time for our members to get anything done. So come join ... Read More »

Nokia E72 Social Messaging Workshop

I was invited to the Nokia E72 Social Messaging Workshop on Wednesday, 26th November at Espressoul to play with Nokia’s newly launched E72 cell phone and their new Social Messaging technology, which comes free with the E72. The previous Nokia E71’s offering for “Social Messaging” allows you to connect to your Google Mail, Yahoo Mail, Microsoft Exchange, Google Talk, Yahoo ... Read More »

Hackerspace.SG Housewarming on November 21, 2009

Hi everyone, Hackerspace.SG has recently set up at 70A Bussorah Street! We were also featured in Straits Times. We’re a little community for creative thinkers. Artists. Engineers. Designers. Musicians. Techies. Photographers. Writers. Hackers. We’re having our really awesome housewarming party at 70A Bussorah Street and we’d like to invite you, and your bunch of geek-loving friends down for a little ... Read More »

Assassin’s Creed Lineage

This is an awesome mini movie from Ubisoft. I can’t wait for the game to be out. Soon, very soon. Overall synopsis: When the Duke of Milan is brutally murdered, Giovanni Auditore an Assassin – is dispatched to investigate the crime. His mission: determine who is responsible and why. The answers he uncovers implicate Italys most powerful families reaching all ... Read More »

Hackerspace in the News

It’s been a roller coaster ride these last few weeks, trying to get Hackerspace.SG up and running. We are officially launched and featured on Saturday’s Straits Times news in the Home section. Even my Singapore MVP lead caught wind of it and wrote a blog post on it. I’m very happy that everything is slowly beginning to shape up. There ... Read More »

Virtual Router – WiFi Hotspot for Windows 7

I just mentioned about Connectify a few posts ago. Here’s a free application, Virtual Router, that makes use of the same Virtual WiFi technology on Windows 7 to create a Virtual Router out of your laptop or PC. As pointed out by various people, it only supports WPA2 which it seems to be a limitation (or feature if you wish) of ... Read More »

Closure Tools for Javascripters

Google’s Closure Tools contains 3 set of tools for web developers: Closure Compiler – A Javascript Optimizer One of the benefits of not working on the web is you actually have a compiler to pre-check your errors, optimize your code, and warns you about common problems with your code. Javascript is a runtime dynamic language which gets interpreted on the ... Read More »

Evangelion 2.0: Coming to “The Cathay” theatre

YES YOU READ THAT RIGHT! Calling all Evangelion fans. Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance (ヱヴァンゲリヲン新劇場版: 破 Evangerion Shin Gekijōban: Ha, lit. “Evangelion New Theatrical Version: Breaking”), the 2nd part of a 4 part movie series, is coming to Singapore on 12 November 2009 at The Cathay / The Picturehouse. Read More »

Hackerspace: Potential Home (70A Bussorah Street)

Here’s a video of our potential new home. I like it very much. It needs work, but I think it can be pretty cosy. More photos too! What do you think? Do you like it? Read More »

Google’s Disappearing Act

Yesterday I saw something interesting on my Google search page. And when I move my mouse: Can you spot the differences? Interesting. Google is testing some interesting features on my account. I’m running Google Chrome 4.0.223.11 on a Windows 7 x64 PC. Read More »