Archive | September, 2013


24 Sep

It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble.
It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.

(By Mark Twain)


The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Data

20 Sep

Ran 15km today

20 Sep

Feeling good after the run.


Steven Creek Country Park

17 Sep

Steven Country Park


A small music player app I made in the weekend

16 Sep


On start, the app would scan all music files on device, and add those music files to play list.


14 Sep

An interesting and easy way to create Android Apps:

1. drag and drop to create layout, like add a button here, a text input there, …

2. make all pieces connection together (also through drag and drop): for example, when button clicked, trigger camera, …

what is BAD

9 Sep

What’s the difference between bad and BAD? Bad is something like dog-do on the sidewalk, or a failing grade, or a case of scarlet fever — something no one ever said was good. BAD is different. It is something phony, clumsy, witless, untalented, vacant, or boring that many Americans can be persuaded is genuine, graceful, bright, or fascinating…. For a thing to be really BAD, it must exhibit elements of the pretentious, the overwrought, or the fraudulent. Bathroom faucet handles that cut your fingers are bad. If gold-plated, they are BAD. Dismal food is bad. Dismal food pretentiously served in a restaurant associated with the word gourmet is BAD….

— By Paul Fussell