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Mohamed Rizal Aziz
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I believe in paying it forward. A friend of mine helped me to lose weight. Now is my turn to help others.

If you have been trying to lose weight but are not able to. You might be doing it wrong. Let me help you.

I will share what has been passed down to me.
Let's live healthy life..
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I just confirmed mine is fake after watching this. Hate the feeling of being cheated.. 
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+Mohamed Rizal Aziz i feel you... :(
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According to the manual, it can last 90 min. But when I fixed it to my bike, it only records up to 15 min.. Space is not an issue. Seems like my battery is not what it is suppose to be.. Been trying to full charge it ( 3hrs,) and use it, again, only last for 15 min.. 

i wouldnt call this a spy cam if it can only last for 15min.. perhaps, my battery is faulty...
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Meeting up with my ex pupils.. May they grow up and be successful one day... 
Ps (Remember my bubble tea)
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This is my FINALE.. I'm done with school....
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I would have knocked myself out instead..
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Hi Steve, would I be able to watch TV3 from SIngapore? Please advise. Looking forward to purchase the iptv with the app...
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+Muhammad Khairul safuan bro...u email i kat abdrazak@live.com ..nanti kita bincang dari sana
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My generation, Winamp Generation...
 
We are the Winamp Generation.  Between the Walkman Generation and the iPod Generation was MY generation.  

Winamp was a huge part of our day-to-day lives.  Even though I've owned a Walkman, a Discman, an iPod, a Cowon and a smartphone, I don't believe I've used anything as much as I've used Winamp.

I listened to my Walkman on my ride home from school for 30 minutes.  I went on my computer, turned it on and started playing some songs on Winamp... until 4 AM.

The Discman, the iPod, the Cowon - they were for the ride, Winamp was for the destination.  Home, at friends, working out, the party... hell, I even used to leave it on to play music while I sleep.

And I know I wasn't the only one.

Today we have many operating systems and it's not strange to see homes with 4 or more, and Winamp isn't on all of them.  Everything plays music now - smartphones, game consoles, tablets, and Winamp isn't there.  We are also moving away from playing local music as we move towards streaming music platforms.

But that doesn't change anything.  We are still the Winamp generation.  Between the Walkman generation and the iPod generation was not the "Nothing Generation."  We were not waiting around, having nothing to do, waiting for the iPod.  We had Winamp.   All these wars and battles against music piracy did not occur because people were downloading songs and transferring them to tape for their Walkmans.  It was not about transferring songs to CDs to listen on a Discman.  It was to listen to on Winamp.   Everyone knows and remembers Napster, but we weren't the Napster generation.  We had Winamp before Napster and after it.

I don't have an emotional attachment to Winamp or any financial relationship with Nullsoft, AOL or Radionomy.  I just find it strange that this chapter of history was brushed under the carpet, as if we went from CDs to the iTunes store with nothing in the middle except for some lawsuits.

Winamp doesn't seem to fit the narrative.  We, as a society, seem to have become obsessed with gadgets.  The narrative has music players like a gramophone, an eight track, a walkman, a discman, an iPod and a smartphone, one after the other like in a museum.  If it's not a gadget, it has no place here.  There is no place for a $10 shareware music player that ran on Windows.  We will remember the bands of the era, the songs of the era, the album covers, the music videos, the record stores, Napster, Limewire, Kazaa, the lawsuits... but is there no place for Winamp in our collective memories?

If it did not have a huge press unveiling and it didn't get sued, does that mean it does not deserve to be remembered?  Do we value the historical significance of things by how big a role they played in our lives or by how much they featured in the media?

Is a commodity software that people use for 17 years, probably longer than any other bar professional tools like Word or Photoshop, less significant than phones that have a shelf-life of two years?

Is history accurate if it follows the narratives of media and advertising rather than developing its own narrative based on society?  Have we reached a point where people would almost say "if it's not a gadget I can buy or not an app on the app store, it probably didn't happen"?

I won't say that.  Not my generation.  We are the Winamp generation.  

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It's funny looking at presenters using remote presentation clicker pointing to the screen and clicking for the next slide. Shouldn't they be pointing it towards the computer instead? 
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Hi, I guess basically its the same guide is this 
http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Wireless_access_point

a few questions to ask
1) i assign my AP (2nd router) local ip address as 192.168.0.1, its ok right? The ip address is to be used to check (AP) router settings only right?

2) Where did you get the gateway ip address from? is it from the first router? must it be the same?

3) i attached my powerline connection to the AP and am able to seamlessly switch from main router to AP with excellent wifi strength. I guess all must be working right. SO i tried to 192.168.1.1 and is able to log into my main router settings. But when i typed in 192.168.0.1, it gets timed-out.

Also to note is that I am not able to surf the internet. I can access my main router thru my Ap but cant get through the internet. My sense is that I am connected to my local network but not to the internet. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks...  
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Change your router of 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.1.2 to access it.
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Awesome..
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Education
  • Unisim
    Business Administration, 2011 - 2014
  • Temasek Polytechnic
    Business Information Technology, 2002 - 2005
  • National Technological University
    Maths and Combine Sciences, 2008 - 2010
  • National Institute of Education
    Maths and Combine Sciences, 2008 - 2010
  • Tampines Secondary School
    General Express, 1997 - 2001
  • Chongzheng Primary Schol
    General, 1993 - 1996
  • Eunos Primary School
    General, 1991 - 1992
  • Officer Cadet School
    Infantry Officer, 2006 - 2007
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Sujak, Uncle Jack
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An Droid is a Droid
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Open-source Design Consultant
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  • Bikers Aid Pte Ltd
    Open-source Design Consultant, 2010 - present
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Singapore, Tampines
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Singapore, Ubi Avenue 1 - Singapore, Pasir Ris
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