Atlas Sound & Vision Moving Out Sale!

Calling all audiophiles! Atlas Sound & Vision at Triple One Somerset is having a moving out sale this weekend! Everything must go.


RSAF45 at Singapore Airshow 2014

The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) is celebrating its 45th anniversary at the Singapore Airshow 2014 (SA14) from 11 to 16 February 2014 at the Changi Exhibition Centre.

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RSAF45@SA features an RSAF Pavilion that will allow visitors to get to know the RSAF’s transformation, as well as the operational excellence and professionalism of the 3rd Generation RSAF. Aviation enthusiasts can look forward to the 17 types of aircraft and weapon systems on display. Key highlights of the static display include the F-15SG, G550-AEW, SPYDER Air Defence System as well as the Heron 1 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and Hermes 450 UAV.

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DSLR Sensor Gel Stick

Saw this interesting product on YouTube. It’s a Gel Stick for cleaning your DSLR sensor. Unlike other cleaning product, the Sensor Gel Stick does not use liquid or compress air to clean your sensor. It uses a special gel that pull the dust or dirt off your DSLR sensor when you stick it on the surface. The gel does not leave any residue on the sensor.


The best part is that the Gel Stick can be reused over and over again. You can easily clean the Sensor Gel Stick using the adhesive paper provided. The Sensor Gel Stick retail at $39.99 and can be ordered online here.

Do you dare to clean your DSLR sensor yourself using the Sensor Gel Stick? Or would you prefer to let the professionals do the cleaning for you?

Lone Survivor

Based on The New York Times bestselling true story of heroism, courage and resilience, Lone Survivor tells the incredible tale of four Navy SEALs on a covert mission to neutralize a high-level al-Qaeda operative who are ambushed by the enemy in the mountains of Afghanistan. Faced with an impossible moral decision, the small band is isolated from help and surrounded by a much larger force of Taliban ready for war. As they confront unthinkable odds together, the four men find reserves of strength and bravery as they stay in the fight to the finish.




I like the part where Marcus Lutrell stumbled upon some Afghan civilians who eventually saved his life. The Pashtun villager named Gulab whose tribe lives by the ancient code of the Pashtunwali, one that dates back to the pre-Islamic era—that dictates aid for a person in dire need from his enemies, was unblinking in his decision to take Luttrell into his home. At great risk to himself, his family and fellow villagers, Gulab defied the Taliban warlord Shah and hid the American soldier until he could be returned safely to his base.


Lone Survivor is a great movie about courage, perseverance, the kindness of strangers and the ultimate sacrifice of the members of SEAL under the most extreme conditions. Definitely a must watch for all war movie lovers. Lone Survivor is now showing in Singapore.

Twitter testing a major profile redesign

It seems like Twitter is testing a major redesign to the profile page. Mashable assistant features editor Matt Petronzio notice the changes to his profile page on Tuesday. The profile picture and bio is now on the left side with a lot more space dedicated to the header photo.

Perhaps the biggest change is the timeline. There will be no more vertical timeline and the new design seems to give more focus on photos and content cards.


It is not uncommon for major Social Network site like Twitter to quietly roll out new features and design to a small group of users before tweaking and rolling out to the rest of the users.

While the new redesign looks great, I wish Twitter won’t remove the vertical timeline. Timeline are meant to be displayed in a vertical manner. And I’m also not a huge fan of giving more focus to photos. I still prefer the simplicity of 140 characters. Let’s hope this is not the final version that Twitter roll out to all users.