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Jimmy Chew
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Also known as Jimmy Oddstuff
Also known as Jimmy Oddstuff

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Pardon the mediocre filming!

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This little write-up focuses only on the British Hill Station remnants since the colonial era, the sole purpose of which is to 'relive' the old days via archived documents. Perhaps another minor purpose might be that this document can help others who want to conduct a more extensive study about Treacher's Hill or for those who wish to delve further into knowing Bukit Kutu, historically.

There are existing blogs that enumerate the historical facts of this interesting hill but there are contradicting points further exacerbated by the difficulty of validation owing to lack of references to original sources. As a result, it is not certain exactly how many building structures were once on that hill, and how they were positioned, and more importantly, how the history was accounted for. However, this blog is not itself free from flaws and if one does stumble upon them, feel free to correct me. With limited resources at hand, not a lot about Bukit Kutu can be written up in long form but only attempting to tie in the sparse bits and pieces. This is merely a personal findings/interpretations from a distance.

Full article at: http://www.jimmychew.com/Places/Remembering-Bukit-Kutu & http://oddstuff.multiply.com/journal/item/68/Remembering_Treachers_Hill_Bukit_Kutu
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2012_02_12 Remembering Treacher's Hill (Bukit Kutu) (B&W)
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Best to have both Currents and Flipboard -- guess that's quite complete.

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Screenshot of my Google Notebook. The support for Notebook has been discontinued but is still made available for users. There are plenty of alternatives, one of which is Evernote that I can sync and bring with me anywhere.

For those who want to store/bookmark a link not in Notebook (I still do... and I can tag it with different labels) but in G+, there is a simple way. Just create a personal Circle (mine's called sdn bhd) with only you in it. All you need to do is post the link. To view them, go to your personal stream. If you want better place to hold that, consider Delicious which can apply tagging.
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Wondering if anyone is using additional storage for Gmail...? Just curious...
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