A few weeks ago, I received an email from Alex of Valourborn, whose works have intrigued ever since I chanced upon it while waddling in the cascading blogroll of the WordPress Reader in the early days of my little adventure. During November of 2013, she took part in the annual novel-writing project Nanowrimo, and ever… Read More Exploring the cognitive effects of Music.
Warning: This article contains spoilers on Disney’s latest hit: Frozen. If you hadn’t seen it yet, browse at your own risk! I also insist that you open another tab on your browser and purchase a ticket to catch it at your local theater. Also, this page contains a large number of GIFs, and can potentially… Read More Love for Frozen
*Maybe not just for journalists. Arguing Semantics The right to free speech is a familiar one, and yet your teacher would shut you up in the classroom. She tells you that you have forfeited your right to speech; your entitlement has now been revoked. But that can’t be true, right? But perhaps when they say… Read More Journalism And Your Opinions
Hello! I’m here to announce a few changes to how I’m going to run The PewPew Diaries. It’s been really exciting for me, and with decreasing work load, I’m finally ready to embrace The PewPew Diaries as my primary focus – at least until August 2014, where another stage of my life would begin 🙂… Read More The PewPew Diaries Changelog!
I have been away for a few days, as the force needed me to be on call for the past few days. Thankfully, there hasn’t been any urgent medical cases these few days. Phew. The reception there was generally 2G, hence I couldn’t get online, although I could still make some calls. Anyway, I arrived… Read More WordPress Family Award
Earlier this week, I was nominated by Alex over at Valourbörn for the “One Lovely Blog Award”. You guys wouldn’t have seen it, but I did a happy dance :p Anyway, here are the rules: Thank the one that nominated you. Put up the picture for the One Lovely Blog Award. Tell everyone seven things about yourself.… Read More One Lovely Blog Award
I’m sure we’ve all seen them, whether be it our colleagues, classmates or even in ourselves – someone with poor social skills. I’m not going to lie, I have my awkward social moments too. Like the time I was queuing up at a rather popular roadside vendor with my crush¹ and she suggested I go… Read More Socially Awkward Gamers