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mig33 Kopnas 2012

Today marks the full 2 years of working in mig33 and the start of my 3rd year with mig33. I just came back from mig33 Kopnas 2012 from Jakarta, Indonesia.

It is a yearly gathering of mig33 users in Indonesia. Kopnas is derived from the word “Kopi” (Coffee) and “Nasional” (National) which means a gathering for coffee.

mig33 Kopnas 2012 Entrance
mig33 Kopnas 2012 Entrance

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Looking Back 2011

In my Looking Back 2010 post, I stated I wanted to visit the US and see some snow in 2011 and I did! I am posting this post at my uncle’s house in LA!

For my 2011 resolution/wish, I would like to visit the US or any country with snow! I have not seen let alone touch snow in my 26 years of life before (Snow City is not counted as it is crap). I am so going to make this wish comes through. Tentatively planning to go to the US in December 2011.

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Apple – The Company Store

After my trip to Google Building 44, I headed down to Apple – The Company Store which is located at 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014. It is about 15 minutes drive from Google Building 44.

The famous “I visited the mothership” t-shirt is no longer in print, and now the new t-shirt design prints “I visited the Apple campus, but that’s all I’m allowed to say.”

I visited the Apple campus, but that's all I'm allowed to say.
I visited the Apple campus, but that’s all I’m allowed to say.

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Google Building 44 (Android Mascots)

Google Building 44 is located at 1635 Charleston Road, Mountain View, CA 94043. I rented a car from Hertz and drove there from San Francisco. Took me about an hour to drive from SF.

When I went reached there, I noticed some snow on the ground and I thought it doesn’t snow there and indeed it doesn’t. Those are artificial snow that Google made for the Christmas season. Too bad I missed the whole white snow part as when I am there, most of it has already melted.

Android
Android

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SingTel’s Broadband on Mobile Prestige 75

On the 20th December 2011, SingTel launches the first LTE service in Singapore and it is available to both consumer and business users. The new LTE service will initially be available for USB dongle modems only. It will be enhanced to support LTE-enabled smartphones and tablets when they become more readily available in the market.

The new LTE Broadband on Mobile (BBOM) plan is called Mobile Prestige 75.

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