Month: May 2008

Pick the best seat

I’m obsessed with airline seating. Not that I enjoy arranging people. I enjoy selecting my seats via the online system. The thrill is to secure a seat with an empty one next to you.

For those who are secretly like me, have fun checking out the good, bad, and ugly ones. Only drawback of the site – does not tell you when you will find yourself sitting next to someone who, at 39,000ft, will decide that she absolutely has to make a phone call via her motorola razor. And when she fails to connect, she proceeds with text messaging.

Do you know the wing area is the strongest, hence making it safest to be at, but it is also where the fuel is stored? Irony rules.

If the price is right

Yea I will admit that for a good period of time, I totally enjoy the the game show. But that’s not what I am talking about.

On Mark’s article on 15 websites/services that he will pay for: Will you pay for the free online services that you have been leeching using and have since built up a high level of dependency on?

I will pay for webspace, for sure. And for a reasonable additional amount, I will topup for the popular tools e.g. WordPress. Dislike the idea of paying 39 merchants to maintain one site.

For someone who has kept her email address and mobile phone number intact for the past 10 years, I think I will be lazy enough to pay whoever that will keep my pain of transfers to a minimum. They may not be that important in my daily life but I do hate changes when it comes to communication.

Decisions decisions

I know I often reminisce about the days where layout designs are the spirit and fireworks for the online dwellers. I know I do that too much.

In good cheer, I am feeling it again. So inspired to not use the uninspiring templates; yet so lazy. Oh so lazy.

Or perhaps ‘cos am watching Jazz trying to catch up with the Lakers in a 2-point game!