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Wednesday, 10 November 2004
Extranet Mania
Mood:  rushed
Topic: Office
It's my last working day before a long stretch of Raya holidays. Yet, I have been asked to create by today a special secure, encryped extranet website for use by the Chief Financial Officer and his team. So, I did, in lightning time. This entailed a server configuration and hence my work here in the data centre. That's our Security Officer assisting me in the firewall setting. Well, I'll be on leave till 22 Nov 2004!

Posted by harun at 6:07 PM WST
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Tuesday, 9 November 2004
Hari Raya Cards
Mood:  bright
Topic: General
It's tradition to send festive cards to your friends and relatives. I received a few during the month of Ramaddan. These cards come in various designs and colours. Normally, people hang them or tack them on the wall. I just decorate it on my desk.

Posted by harun at 3:55 PM WST
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Monday, 8 November 2004
A Malay Kampung House
Mood:  lyrical
Topic: General
With the current promotions on Hari Raya celebrations, a visit to Midvalley Megamall will treat you to a showcase of Malay culture and tradition. You get to view and actually enter a wooden Malay house built in the Centre Court area. Quite well done I think. Surrounding it are stalls selling Malay clothing and food.

Posted by harun at 5:42 PM WST
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Sunday, 7 November 2004
A Visit to the Graveyard
Mood:  sad
Topic: Family
My brother and I visited my late Dad's grave early in the morning. The grave was unusually clean and even stranger, there was a small tree growing from the centre of the grave. It wasn't there the last time we visited it.

We also toured the graveyard a bit, and spotted an area where we suspect are for little children becos the grave is small in size. An excellent place for the next creepy zombie movie, don't you think?


Posted by harun at 11:21 AM WST
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Saturday, 6 November 2004
Sports Rim
Mood:  on fire
Topic: Personal
This is the sports rim of my car. It is an Allesio 16" alloy called "Monte Carlo" and costs a bomb. I haven't washed it so you can see the dirt on the paintwork. It's fitted with Goodyear Eagle F1 tyres - 205/45.

Posted by harun at 12:01 AM WST
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Friday, 5 November 2004
At our College of Information Technology
Mood:  incredulous
Topic: Office
This is our new IT faculty building at our organisation's university. Classes only begin next month, so it's that new. I had a quick tour of the place and it seems pretty and spacious.


At the front entrance, you'd be greeted by fountain pools and garden pathways fringed with coconut trees. It's almost like a hotel surrounded by a small park.


Posted by harun at 12:01 AM WST
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Thursday, 4 November 2004
At our Research Centre
Mood:  spacey
Topic: Office
This is where research and advanced experiments is done in my organisation. The building is a large, fancy hanger-like design. You can get lost in here; there are so many rooms and labs. You'll also find an exhibition hall and an auditorium too.

Posted by harun at 12:01 AM WST
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Wednesday, 3 November 2004
In the Library
Mood:  silly
Topic: Office
I decided to visit the office library for the heck of it. There was hardly anyone there. Doesn't anybody read books nowadays? Anyway, it was nice and cool with the airconditioning, plus the quietness was relaxing.

Posted by harun at 12:01 AM WST
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Tuesday, 2 November 2004
Along the Corridors
Mood:  lazy
Topic: Office
I was at a branch office heading for a meeting. This office long corridors that linked one part of the building to another. If not for my colleagues, this place can seem sparse.

Posted by harun at 12:01 AM WST
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Monday, 1 November 2004
Arches Under Bridges
Mood:  rushed
Topic: General
Driving to work, I would always pass under this overhead bridge and get a view of these arches. From this angle, they create a pattern of flipped "U"s. Even though the traffic light is red, quite often nowadays, motorcycles just ignore them and drive pass the red lights.

Posted by harun at 12:01 AM WST
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