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- Valentine’s Special
- Merry Christmas!!
- Stuff no one told US..
- When the Sun Sets
- Can You See My Pain?
- 24h round trip.
- Find Common.
- Let Images Speak
- Cancer Cutie!
- Bus Engine
- Everybody Got His Car..
- Poodles Honey!
- Who Dropped his Passport Copy?
- Take Away The Rubbish, Please.
- today’s sunset…
- Rainy Night’s Glam
- Steve Jobs as my Bodyguard
Category Archives: books
I’m so much in love with the books I’m reading that I also fall in love with highlight pens and stick-on tags. Highlighting the inspiring sentences of the books is like reinforcement message to myself about the wisedom about life and what … Continue reading
The trend is that publishers sell e-books in half price of traditional printed books, while e-books could be read on Kindle, iPad, iPhone, and your PC. I can’t help but wonder how this would affect the operation and service of … Continue reading
I must admit that I can’t take my eyes off on how summer breeze brushes through the swinging branches and green leaves, the moving sunlight having its radiant patches on the scrambled grasses, and strong opened window shadow on the … Continue reading
[Jacques Bosser (Author), Guillaume de Laubier (Photographer), Laurel Hirsch (Translator), James H. Billington (Foreword)] From the hard-covered book “The Most Beautiful Libraries in the World”, library lovers will find the following quotes dear to them. Though cannot show the breath-taking pictures … Continue reading
Blogging is common. Everyone is a blogger. We see a blog as successful if it is published to be a book, to be sold in bookstores. However, as I received the free download invitation of Kindle for PC, I started … Continue reading