OK, the article wasn’t about me. It was about Geek Terminal. The reporter from CNN.com google-d for Geek Terminal and stumble upon my blog. So he emailed me 2 weeks ago for my thoughts about Geek Terminal.
Dxxxxx Kxxx, a blogger and analyst programmer, also uses Geek Terminal. “It’s the ideal place to be for geeks and the tech-savvy, but the non-tech-savvy won’t feel out of place, as it is just like any other cafe/restaurant,” he says.
**I censored my full name because I don’t want anyone to google for me using my name and come come to my blog.**
Actually I wrote quite a bit about Geek Terminal. I guess they can’t put my grandfather story in the article. But since this is my blog, I shall give you the full, uncensored version. Hope nobody falls asleep after reading. 😛
Personally, I feel that Geek Terminal has contributed significantly to the developments of blogsphere, web 2.0 and online communities in Singapore by providing an excellent place for online community gathering and events. The upper deck is spacious and customizable for different event. They provide high speed wireless internet access and power socket. Every once in a while, they would showcase the latest high tech product like hand phones that is coming to the market. It’s the idea place to be for geeks and the tech savvy, but non-tech savvy won’t feel out of place as it is just like any other cafe/restaurant.
Congrats to Geek Terminal for making it to CNN.com.
Just came back from the ping.sg gathering at Miss Clarity Cafe. It was fun. Glad that more new members are joining us. Else every time see the same usual face also sian. (Kidding kidding….)
Nothing much to say bout the gathering since everyone already basically said everything. But one thing I want to highlight.
Why arzhou every time surrounded by pretty gals one huh? Look at that picture. 5 gals around him. Wah piang. Can leave some for us or not?
The ping.sg gathering is getting bigger and bigger. Scary. The problem for organising the next outing will be to find a place that can contain all of us. This is going to be a tough job. Maybe we should try some picnic or something next time. Going to be fun. 😀
Try it out yourself! Requirements: Size: 600 X 450 pixels Font: Microsoft Sans Serif, 36, Strong Font Colour: White Phrase: Meet XXX. He/She just got Pinged. Have you? A Ping.sg logo must always be at the top your picture because you are helping to advertise Ping.sg.
(OK, I know I didn’t follow the picture size rule. 😛 )
Quick join in the fun and do a ping.sg ads with your own photos. No need show face also can. Do anything you like. Be creative. Try to do something that reflect your reaction when you got pinged. The most important thing is have fun.