"It's like this la.. Economist and FT.com are like playdota.com, they gave you info and deep knowledge. Fortune magazine is like a DotA replay. It shows you how others transform the knowledge into real world application. But if you really want to be good, you still need to go Garena. Only practice will make you a better player. Same goes to business running."
Protesting about LYNAS will cost you almost nothing.
I agree that it's a good exercise as a patriotic citizen.
I don't believe in the safety standard of LYNAS neither.
We do have a Six Sigma quality control in Malaysia but the problem is that the data is always a modified one.
"Stop Lynas and stop a possibility of future disaster!"
It sounds perfectly cool until the moment that the protesters are acting like first class citizens and feel that they're doing something "green".
It's a total bullshit.
Things went wrong, one after another, driving me to exhaustion.
Two of my PCs went haywire, the printer was not printing, even the P1 Wimax went crazy.
I spent my whole week multi tasking (fixing devices and working on the same time), draining all my brain power and physical stamina.
I made a lot of mistakes the whole week, losing big chunk of money.
I guess I have reached my limit as a human.
There's money out there that I just can't earn.
In the end you wonder whether you're being productive to fill the emptiness or that the emptiness grows out of being productive.
Sickness comes when you start repeating the routine works over and over again.
The golden rule is that when you lost track of your sense of achievement in real life, you start seeking it in the virtual one.
So how should my goal be redefined again?
Call me nerd but this really makes my day.