It has been a long time since my last entry. Obviously I could blame to lots of workload bestowed upon me recently. To remind myself, these significant event happened since the past few months.
I went again to S'Pore to visit my customer again. Here are some more fact about S'Pore.
My pocket was stolen... at QSNCC...
The pickpocket dropped my wallet, minus its money, at the guard at the car park.
luckily that no card was taken. Nevertheless, because of my super fast precaution, I have suspended all my card just an hour before the wallet was returned to me.
Sadly, I cannot reactivate my VISA ans MASTER card, so, next week I will be in Singapore with no card at all.
Damn that thief.
Today I have had enough free time for a few movies, so I went to my local rental shop which underwent small renovation a few months ago. The new shop offers lots more DVDs and I picked Ghost Riders and Deja Vu. Forget about Ghost Riders, I have nothing to speak about it except that it features Nicolas Cage, my fav actor, the rest won't worth your time.
However, Deja Vu turns out to be quite remarkable. A good Sci-Fi(?) thriller with an interesting plot.
I went to Singapore last week trying to sell my software and getting user requirement. Have not much time walking around but these are a few fact I discovered myself.
Finally, I have submitted an article to IEEE Trans. on Robotics. Hope that good news arrive soon.
Proceed to the next article.
http://www.starcraft2.com/ NUFF SAID!!!!!
As a computer engineer, you are more or less frequent yourself with programming, or at least something very close to programming and since we are not at the point where natural language can serve as a courier of our need to the computer yet, typing in a program, source code, HTML, etc. is still our de facto modus operandi. In programming, or more to say, typing a program, we do love our code tidy, we wish things to be aligned properly, i.e., we always stick with
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- MikTeX 2.6 I have tried this also on MiKTeX 2.6 and everything works just fine, except that some files have to be put on different directory, see the bottom of the article
- MikTeX 2.7 I also tried this on MikTeX 2.7 and the step is still the same as 2.6.
- I also added a figure roughly showing what you have to do, exclude the modification to the existing miktex file.
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