Speedsters Hear Ye – Proton Track Carnival

One car, two drivers, a combined racing distance of 300km, three big races and prize money amounting to RM56,000 – that is the drama, excitement and rewards the PROTON Track Carnival at the Johor Circuit in Pasir Gudang from October 1-3, 2004 promises both competitors and spectators. The main event at the carnival will be […]...More

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Top ten real reasons Rob Glaser is going after Apple

This is really good. Published by Bill Palmer of iPodGarage, this pokes fun at the current fiasco between Real Networks and Apple, and obvious ramblings over the ‘opening’ of the iPod and iTunes. Check out the list of top ten Real reasons below: 10. Didn’t think that ten years of crappy versions of RealPlayer had […]...More

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When medium, is a large not small problem

And… I’ve just made another coaster. My fourth attempt to burn a backup of my stuff has yet again, failed. Lying in the bin, in no particular order, are 4 spanking new Sony CD-Rs. Unusable. Toast Titanium 6 (the best CD-burner app on the planet?) kept bugging me with a “Medium Error”, just when it […]...More

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R3 Protons: Protons on steroids

Race Rally Research or R3 for short — Proton’s official motorsports division, has given supporters something to look forward to in the coming months. The R3 marketing head has released a scoop on what’s to come from R3, very soon. R3 DNA-injected, limited edition, custom-built cars from the Proton factory would feature steroid-injected modifications significantly […]...More

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I Not Stupid, I Is Malaysian

The Malaysian transport mentality It’s easy to suddenly have a heart attack or a bout of high blood pressure in Malaysia. Especially if you, like millions of others, rely on public transport for your daily commute. No, this isn’t a blog full of complaints about Malaysia’s lovely public transportation services. I’ll leave that to battle […]...More

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