Learn how to Create a Blog (Preview)

A Blog gives you a new way to communicate, to share, to influence, to connect, to outrage, to matter, …

A Blog can be your life journey (A Reflection), your legacy you would like to leave behind. You are the writer, the editor and publisher – all in one. However, whatever you do with your Blog, you are required to conform within the International & Local Laws and Regulations.

If I have interested you, come and see how simple it is to start publishing a Blog in the Internet and it is totally free. No programming or special software required.

All you need is a laptop able to connect to the Internet and some basic knowledge of computing like surfing the Internet and sending/ receiving emails.

Topic: Learn how to Create a Blog (Preview)
Date: 13th August (Saturday)
Time: 3PM to 5PM
Venue: Bukit Merah Public Library
Course fee: Free (no charge)
Direction: Nearest MRT: Tiong Bahru, exit and turn right, up escalator and take bus number 5 or 16 or 815 to end (Bukit Merah Bus Interchange). About 5 minutes walk to library.

Sample Blogs:
1) itforseniors.blogspot.sg
2) loveinanotherlanguage.wordpress.com
3) goodfood.wordpress.com

hew lee (EC)
Those registered coming:
1) Quan Ray

A very near miss…

Life is fragile and unpredictable –  we are all aware of it, but when one is directly involved in a very near miss, I’m sure some people will feel they have been given a second chance and they generally become better people, certainly not as petty as they were before. I’m referring to the very near miss over Ukraine air space for SQ 351 which was just minutes behind MH17 when the latter was shot out of the sky!

Wonder who those in SQ 351 were and wonder if the knowledge that they had a very, very,  narrow escape affected them deeply in some ways.  Often it takes a close brush with the grim reaper to effect a real change for the better in a person.

Just reflecting, after reading the revelation that SQ was just 90 km behind MH and with *“The Road Not Taken” in mind.

*The Road Not Taken by R Frost