I need to watch these:
I will watch these if I have a plenty of free time:
I do have a rough plot for each of them but haven’t yet started writing (as I have to finish my current novel first). Those short stories are:
- A Vampire Visit - (secret)
- New Bassist - based on the Beatles’ Paul McCartney’s death rumour
- My Ex-girlfriend - sarcastic to Twilight saga
- Room 304 Patient - (secret)
- Transfusion - (secret)
- Wake Up - wake up and find yourself, now a murderer, is pretty haunting
- Guns In My Hands - based on true stories of young terrorists
With my rebellious point-of-view which could be controversial to some people, I have to find a proper blog to land all my ideas down. There are blog services I know, but all are good and bad in different ways. I probably have to make a pros-and-cons list (or actually just a little of comments) for each;
Great easy service for microblogging with videos, links and photos but not proper for old way writing (- surfers seek less for articles)
Too complicated to use
Not quite a blog service
Not quite a blog service
This old big brother service is not versatile. It attracts less readers but a lot of downloaders (pretty well-known in bootlegs circle). With grandma’s widgets and old-fashionated themes, it sucks…
It’s something between Blogger and Tumblr but is pretty much closer to the old-generation Blogger. It’s also not quite easy to customize your blog in Wordpress.
With old HTML editor, and smaller circle of readers, this thing is out-of-date.
CSS editor is fairly perfect but the society itself is not ready for anything that could be controversial - all the posts sorted into that are usually reported
Language(s): English, Thai
Well, it is NOT free, this is the problem!
Not providing blogging service at first. Although it has been developed, the blog is with too many widgets which make your life more difficult
I wish I could blog on Twitter. But I actually can’t…
Langauge(s): English, Thai
So, no blogs are good? Then I should not blog!
What is the best way to deal with staff members who are always bringing personal problems to work and being upset?
Everyone has at least one big problem in all his/her life; the one that affects their mind badly. While some people can handle it and not let it ruin their work, many others such as me, find it’s really hard to distinguish it from their work when the affected mind and self are the same two things used in working as well. For me, it’s extremely difficult especially when I have a personal problem with my co-worker.
The problem was apparently started by myself who happened to be someone being too reckless - all I did was making this unforgivable bad joke which even a sincere apology can’t solve it any better. I couldn’t realise that it’d be this bad because everything seemed okay until the crack which was being gulfed away showed up. She distanced me and gradually admitted that she doesn’t want to work with me anymore (though, she never told that to me but directly to the person sitting right next to me…) So the work that were on our account, is now being on my shoulders.
Hearing things which are supposed to be talked behind you is not as good as someone might think - it hurts and also takes your mind downward rapidly and awfully. As person who hadn’t been being in this tiring big project at first until the day I thought I should help her in some of these bits of work, today when she leaves me to this, I have no more reason in doing it. But I can’t turn back when it’s this late. Losing enthusiasm in doing this work is obviously caused by my own personal problem. And it’s now my problem at work when I can’t yet solve it…
Crying doesn’t help.
Talking doesn’t help.
Blogging doesn’t help.
To bow your head and work might be the only thing that helps…
Moral: You can’t undo what you have done, yes, you’ll have to be responsible in any stupid thing you do.
Yes, I was being as mean as how she is. But people kept saying they hated that, so I changed myself. I’m still a stubborn one, but I’m no longer an extremely-straigth person; learned that sometimes words hurt people badly. And then I meet this girl with higher intelligent and acception, who is being as ‘mean’ as I was being and even more arrogant. The only difference is that nobody tells her just like what I was told. She once told me that some of her close friends got angry of her without telling her any reason but “I think you know why I’m like this. Everyone knows what happened.” Yes, I don’t know what really happened (neither does she), but I can guess what might have happened. Because I experienced the very same moment with her several times, and I always wanted…well, this should be censored but yeah, I was as much angry as I could punch her face off. Thinking of that many people might have felt the same to what I spoke out without thinking carefully makes me scared to death - what if they couldn’t control themselves and beat me off? This post isn’t about my friend who I don’t really care about, but it’s about the reflection of oneself which sometimes you don’t really know what or how badly it is until you meet another person with those characters you have. How much irritation you have about that person might be equally what others have on you. Think about it…
I felt cold in the morning. Yes, I know the weather was quite windy, but this was far too abnormal. Yet, I also felt hot inside my head just like my nose was being burnt from inside. I got on the bus and then the clear mucous suddenly poured out of my nose just like when I have nosebleed - I was feeling like the world was spinning around. Then, I got on the subway, yes, my head was being heavier. I could bring myself to the building and complete that survey at least. Then, I got back home - via the same trans; subway and bus. I did everything almost automatically while surroundings seeming incredibly surrealistic to me. I felt like I was partially a living dead because my mind was lifted, it floated - yes, it was fever…
*mind floats around*
Yet, I didn’t think about it before “what do I actually do?” but I always feel like my life is too busy. I might be doing too many things. Although, they’re not too much to cope with, but they really wear me out.
What I’m doing in a week?
- doing a bachelor in Thai Applied Medicine (45 hrs)
- doing 2 uni projects (5 hrs + 4 hrs)
- organizing a camp (8 hrs + 5 hrs)
- doing a fansite (3.5 hr)
- clingging up with news (3.5 hr)
- translating news and articles (7 hr)
- blogging 1 tumblr, 2 blogger, and 2 exteen blogs (7 hrs)
having a flickr account (.25 hr)
- tweeting on 3 twitter accounts (3.5 hr)
using Facebook (.5 hr)
- writing a novel (1 hr)
- contacting website allies (2.5 hrs)
- doing handcraft; birthday presents (6 hrs)
- joining a food, inc. research program (5 hrs)
- having driving lessons (14 hrs)
- having guitar lessons (1.5 hrs)
- practising on my guitar (3.5 hr)
- selling stuff online (2 hrs)
- being my friend essay editor (4 hrs)
- submitting photos to a photo contest (3 hrs)
- doing money transfer (3 hrs)
upgrading my internet
- buying new bag (2 hrs)
- doing a faculty assignment (1.5 hrs)
- doing exercises (3.5 hrs)
- having personal time (28 hrs + 3.5 hrs laundry)
- cooking and having munch (7 hrs)
- taking shower (7 hrs)
29 things or 189.5 hours, BUT there are only 168 hours in a week?! Well, I’ve not included my sleeping hours or study revision time yet. Really gotta cross out more or I will be fallen into pieces next month…
Bangkok’s 2010 winter started today (so did my Tumblr). Having been living here for more than 18 years without knowing when exactly it started in each year. The obvious sight of winter I just noticed was that the morning sky’s gone blank (‘clear’ I mean) - with no white cloud as usual.
Winter starts so…
- The sky is in its vivid blue colour
- No clouds up there
- Sun shines strongly and it burns
- It’s particularly windy
- The breeze is colder
- Temperature’s down from 30s → 20s degree