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Ryan Tan
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Just launched a simple page dedicated to showcasing unique and outstanding apps made in Singapore. We've just started building this list so please help spread the word!

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Any one in singapore with a standing desk? here's mine =)
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Mind-blowing hand-controlled computing room from Oblong Industries. This is worth the watch.

The guy behind it was the tech mind behind Minority Report. Yet another piece of that future arrives here.

This is cool stuff. John Underkoffler, chief scientist, Oblong Industries, was the tech advice behind the film "Minority Report" and then he built his own company to make that science fiction real. Here he shows me his latest work which is, indeed, mind blowing. This is part I, in Part II, you'll see a new conference room that Oblong has built using these technologies. Learn more at http://oblong.com/

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See Alvin the chef turn lobsters fresh from the jurong fishery port into delicious lobster thermidor, complete with tiger prawn spaghetti, pan-seared striploin steak and a side of rockets salad and cheese.

http://www.ryantan.net/videos

Photos: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151413457372627.583004.775612626&type=1&l=e44d1ae39c

Music: Ding Ding Dong by Waipod Phetsuphan
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Making Lobster Thermidor (20 photos)
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Short look around Seoul Uni
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Seoul National University (30 photos)
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and Seoul Cityhall area
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Gwanghwamun (50 photos)
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Korea trip 2012 - Bukchon Village, Jungang High and Samcheong Park
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Bukchon Village, Jungang High and Samcheong Park (76 photos)
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Just migrated to lightroom 4 and loving the new develop module. While happily upgrading my shots to the new 2012 process, I discovered (with quite a shock) that all the flags are gone from my collections after the auto migration of the catalog.

Turns out that LR4 handles flags differently - they are now global. To get your flagged shots back, simply right click on the collection and "Select old contextual flagged". Thanks to +Lightroom Community Help for suggesting the workaround.

You can read more about the change and the rationale at http://lightroomsolutions.com/where-are-my-xxxxxxg-flags/
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