Happy New Year!

Happy 2003 to all! Actually it’s 50 more minutes to New Year now here in Singapore but anyway, have a great year ahead.

And to get into the mood, here’s an article from Howstuffworks on How Fireworks work! See it @ http://www.howstuffworks.com/fireworks.htm

Order your very own C@seMOD forum Tees now!

Get it now! From http://forums.natriumtech.com/viewtopic.php?t=6603

“Ok guys,

time to order your shirts. closing date is on the 4th Jan. please EMAIL to me at cyruslow@hotmail.com

Price yet to confirm. Trying to get it below $15
Price will be lower if more people order.

Details needed:
Contact Number
Address (Verifications)
Which design of shirts
Polo Size of shirt

*will update this thread on who has ordered”

Download section is up!

We have our very own download section! See it @ http://itcow.etegration.com/public_html/filemgmt/index.php

It’s really late now, 2.40am 27 Dec here in Singapore. Time for bed and in a few more hours, work…

Note: (please ignore the time stamp of this message as my server is not located in Singapore, the time stamp is 16hours behind Singapore time [GMT +08])

The Flip Pad Voyager…

Looks really unconfortable to use to me but a good idea and cool proeuct that paves the way for more innovation!

See it @ http://www.xentex.com/voyager/index.html

Gallery fix for GL 1.3.7

Thanks to jlhughes

From: GL’s site.

fix for gallery 1.3.2-geeklog 1.3.7

Authored by: jlhughes on Tuesday, December 24 2002 @ 11:00 AM EST
In the gallery/classes/geeklog/user.php find the two lines with

$this->isAdmin = SEC_inGroup(‘Root’, ‘$uid’);

and change them to

$this->isAdmin = SEC_inGroup(‘Root’);

This will enable Gallery to test for Root user under Geeklog 1.3.7 changes to lib-security.php.

Merry Chrsitmas to one and all!

Merry Christmas to all! Have a great holiday…it’s 5.30pm here in Singapore so much of Christmas has come and gone..now to watch some VCDs and take the day off from my laptop! 🙂

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