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Dead in sin | Saved by grace | Living in hope | Walking by faith | Surviving on a prayer

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jeudi, juin 29, 2006

 The School Saga in (more than) Ten Points (cos I cheated)

1) I run MIA for about 5 months due to problems and some laziness on my part, and I am late with the thesis first year report. They stop my stipend. Fair enough. (March 2006)

2) My sup tells me to re-do my draft, and gives me a shelling for doing a crap job (not really fair, I think I did okay.)

3) I take a month and really rehaul the entire thing, hand it up. I hear nothing from my sup. (April 2006)

4) Head of Grad Studies calls me in, and tells me I've lost my scholarship. (May 2006.) Fair enough. I ask if I can continue studying, and he says yes, my candidature is still intact. Oh well, pay lor. He tells me I should apologise to my sup for being MIA for so long, and for the shoddy work. I guess I can grovel, and since he's away in Australia being an important visiting professor, I grovel in an email.

5) He takes two weeks to reply (in which I was working on refining my thesis), and tells me "I have checked with the school, and they have cancelled your candidacy." Reading between the lines, it goes something like this: "I recommended that you be kicked out on yo' ass, bitch!"

6) I panic and go to the Head of Grad Studies, who's away. I head to the Grad Studies Office, and the secretary tells me, "Yah, your supervisor changed his mind." My world unravels. I have THREE years to finish this f'ing programme, and I'm not even halfway through!

7) I finally speak to the Head of Grad Studies, and he says, "Yes, your supervisor changed his mind." And he tells me that my supervisor had told him that I had done the following things.

(a) He accused me of plagiarising MYSELF by using material from an older essay, which though I did CONSULT, I did NOT lift (how stupid do you think I am?!) I KNOW that you cannot plagiarise yourself (for reasons which are stupid, but okay I'll just follow), so do you THINK that I would do such a thing?! How stupid do you think I am?!

(b) He told this other Head of Grad Studies that I had handed in an old PHYSICAL copy of Chapter 1, which he alleged had already been scribbled on (he accused me of this in person, to which I was flabbergasted and completely bewildered, because THIS IS IMPOSSIBLE as (i)I still own EVERY SINGLE COPY of EVERY SINGLE DRAFT that he scribbled on and returned to me, and (ii) I made sure that I print FRESH COPIES ALL THE TIME, killing trees merrily, and (iii) again - how stupid do you think I am?!?

(c) He also said that I had worked for the school during Jan - Mar, when I was apparently MIA from him. He feels that I should not have been working for the school when I was behind time in my report already. I have to give this one to him - I ADMIT THAT I WAS WRONG IN NOT CONTACTING HIM. The work though, is a misinterpretation of the school rules. I am technically supposed to give The School 10 hours every week, and whether or not I get paid is up to the school. I had worked for the school as a Teaching Assistant (TA) last year, and was paid $40 an hour. This year, two professors approached me and asked me to do different things, to which I agreed to, even though it paid $10 an hour. I *thought* I was fulfilling the Research Scholar criteria. I WAS WRONG.

Apparently, being contacted by Professors isn't the same as being contacted by The School. Last year, I was apparently contacted by The School. I remember corresponding only with the Professor in question though, and all admin went through her. The same thing happened this year, except that apparently, this is Not The Same, because The School has said so. I don't know what the difference is, except perhaps $30. So next time (if there even IS a "next time"), I'll DEMAND more pay.

(d) He said that I had ONLY done two modules. There are two things wrong with this: I had done THREE, and I had done three only AFTER CONSULTING WITH HIM. He's the one who went "I don't think you need to do any of these other courses as I do not think you need them." Now I'm crucified for listening to him?

In case you've just lost your way in that long rant, I'm now with the Head of Grad Studies, who has just told me that yes, my sup has changed his mind about letting me stay on in the programme. I ask him then, can I put in for a transfer into the parallel COURSEWORK programme, which is almost the same as the RESEARCH programme I'm on, except that they do more modules? He tells me yes, it's been done before, should be no problem, talk to the Head of Grad Studies (Coursework).

(8) Head of Grad Studies (Coursework) is away visiting home, so I email him. He says yes, please put in the transfer, but you'll have to re-apply as a fresh student, despite the fact that I'm already matriculated and IN the school. I say 'thank you', and 'ok', I'll jump through the administrative hoops and fill up your ten thousand forms in triplicate.

(9) I email him again and ask him when can I be admitted, and he tells me that I've missed this year (AY2006/7) admissions, so I'll have to be admitted in July 2007. Bang! Another door slams shut in my face, and I wearily pack my bags and leave The School, too tired to fight about anything anymore.

(10) NEWEST UPDATE: A few days ago, I check my school mail, and hmm, what's that? An email asking me to send in my application form ASAP if I want to be transferred to the Coursework Programme? I email this Coursework secretary and ask about the admission date, and she replies (almost in surprise), "For AY2006/7." Huh? I thought I couldn't be admitted this year?

I am very tired. Some people have told me to fight, some people have told me to get a fair hearing, but look at the administration that I'm up against. Look at the nonsense I've been through. I've been up and down and up and down, and now it looks like the situation can still be saved - except for the fact that I've spent the last month getting out of the whole "school-mode" and into the "I've got to work" mode, and NOW they send me stupid forms.

I'm sorry kids, I really tried. But this whole enterprise seems rather doomed. The School is like a bastard boyfriend - abuse, letdowns, miscarriages, false promises, nonsensical accusations, erratic behaviour, break-up, make-up, break-up, make-up, break-up, etc. After one and a half years, I'm done.

Though I'm not throwing in the towel. I'm keeping it as a souvenir.

So that's my story, kids. I hope I didn't bore you to death. Remember my tale when you decide to venture out into the scary world of postgraduate studies. And then think carefully about where you want to go.

addendum: Yes, I sent in the form, just to see what would happen.

[The School Saga in (more than) Ten Points (cos I cheated)]
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mardi, juin 27, 2006

 Show me the muuneh: a baker's dozen

Look, if you've got a mac, and you're evangelising the mac to me, telling me why it's so great, and why it's fantastic, and how it's got so many features, answer me a few questions.

(1) Have you ever edited video on YOUR mac?
(2) Have you ever edited sound on YOUR mac?
(3) Do you have Photoshop installed in YOUR mac?
(4) Do you use Photoshop EVERY DAY on YOUR mac?
(5) How about Dreamweaver? Installed?
(6) Use it everyday?
(7) Do you know what ID3 tags are?
(8) Do you know how to change the bit-rate rip of your CD?
(9) Have you been online for more than 12 years?
(10) Have you had more than two laptops?
(11) Have you successfully programmed a complex (i.e. >5MB file size) visual basic application on your PC emulator?
(12) Have you ever used YOUR mac to write music in notation form?
(13) Can your mac sync with a keyboard to directly translate notes being played into scores?

You're only allowed to evangelise mac to me if you've said YES to ALL THIRTEEN OF THESE QUESTIONS. If not, you have NO idea what you're talking about when you say that the mac is better than a PC. 'Cause the way I look at it, my PC runs circles around your pretty block of plastic anyday.

[Show me the muuneh: a baker's dozen]
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 Musée d'Orsay

When I was in Paris, I had only ONE FULL DAY to do everything I wanted to do. Mark P, my friend who was with me, wanted to do stupid decadent stuff like go to Fragonard and go to some other shopping haunt. I made him choose three places, and I chose three places, and we were both happy. My three were: The Lourve, Musée Rodin and Musée d'Orsay.

I was disappointed with the Lourve (too much, too massive, and too impersonal), but very enchanted with Musée Rodin because it featured quite a number of Degas sculptures, but Musée d'Orsay captured my attention because it contained one of my favourite art pieces of all time, "The Wheelbarrow", or La Brouette, verger (literally, 'wheelbarrow, orchard'.)

Voila. C'est ça.
Camille Pissarro. The Wheelbarrow. c. 1881. Oil on canvas. Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France.

However, I am shocked and appalled that I have only just realised that I missed their clock! And to think that I did such careful planning too! Not careful enough, apparently, because I completely missed a great photo opportunity.

Oh man. Look at that.

And to think I was THERE, in that same BUILDING, and missed that. I remember Mark P. rushing me though, so I'm going to pin the blame on him. I think he was just bored with Paris, since he's a Londoner - but hello? I flew 15 hours to miss out on that? *kicks self*

[Musée d'Orsay]
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 Fast Food Nation: The Big One

Finally, Fast Food Nation's been made into a movie. Watch the trailer. It's a good read, fascinating if you're really into fast food. It's moderately well-researched, and the stories told oscillate between morbidly fascinating as you read about how meat is prepared, and heartbreaking as you hear about the plight of illegal Mexican workers who are employed by ruthless corporations.

[Fast Food Nation: The Big One]
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 My 21 things list, finally

Rie and Mich, my list is finally done... voilà.

1. I swam/ran my first biathlon. I will keep this up, despite swearing to Stan and WL after the finish line that I wasn't going to.
2. I started debate coaching and realised that like 'rie says, it's in my blood. I may not be that great at it, but hot-damn, it sends my pulse racing and my blood pumping, and I'd better stop before this becomes pornographic.
3. Completely non-drawing me picked up drawing. With pencils and charcoal. Went for classes at NAFA even. Consequently bought an easel. And wood backing boards. All four of them.
4. I visited Jalan Besar looking for wood shops so that I could do art. I love the place.
5. I dived. This looks set to be a very important part of my life from now on. I love it, love it, love it, and I am now officially a dive junkie.
6. I've realised how much I love some of my friends, which shocks me. I am a person who loves deeply, but I never really take the time to examine the depth of my affection for some of my friends. Certain circumstances forced my introspection, and again, the depth of this revelation surprises me.
7. I have been told that I am plump. I'm not particularly conscious about this normally, and do the nominal whinging about weight and everything, but seriously man, there are other things to think about!
8. I got my first (express) pedicure ever. I think the express is not worth the money, so I aim to try the full thing sometime soon.
9. I got kicked out of school. (Long story, part my fault, but I'm mostly stymied by bad bureaucracy and an unforgiving person.) They threw me out to the pavement on my ass and slammed the door in my face without so much as a 'by your leave'... ahem. A lot of bitterness there. I have the option of transferring, but even that is a half-failed enterprise since I can only go back in July 2007.
10. Watched my first reality tv show - So You Think You Can Dance - and loved it. The dancing appeals to me more than people singing, although Simon Cowell has the sexy British accent thing going for him. Hmm. :)
11. I have designed more print items and developed websites than I have ever done before. Mostly without pay (sigh.)
12. I have written more than I have ever done before. No, I'm not sharing.
13. I have eaten more prata in the last 6 months than the time that I was staying in PGP and could walk back from Fong Seng. But that's only cos Mich is moving out!!! *wails*
14. I rediscovered again how deep God truly, truly loves me, and how He knows EVERYTHING. Everything.
15. I have read less than I would like. I need to start reading again. It used to come so naturally to me - voraciously devouring book after book after book from the library. I still get a kick out of being the only person to check out Lord of The Rings when I was 15... and am proud to say that I was teased for reading a book three inches thick. Look who's thick now, suckers!
16. I bought my Taylor. 'nuff said. *gleeful*
17. Bought calf-length boots. *gleeful x2*
18. Oh man, four more to go... uh... OH YEAH! I joined a gym! After it was pimped by Rie and Jolie, and it was fantastic, with lovely watering-can showers, with two towels, and amazing studios in the heart of the city. Thank goodness I signed up for a one month trial package, for THREE DAYS after my trial ended, the whole thing went belly-up and closed shop.
19. I have come to realise that I have reached a plateau with most of my nonsense instrument learning (like guitar, piano, harmonica, bass guit), and I really do need to pick up music again. Seriously pick it up again, with tau-geh and time siggys and bars (of the vertical-line kind). If I don't, I'll never go anywhere else but where I am now. I need to learn my tau gehs.
20. I have opened and attempted to repair an iPod, unfortunately unsuccessfully. Not really my fault - I managed to isolate the problem (motherboard failure), but the iPod could not be re-started. I did manage to salvage the HDD though, which is still worth 20GB of space, although a 1.8" HDD casing was quite hard to find in Sim Lim, since it's not exactly very popular.
21. I was very excited to buy a set of "star-head" screwdrivers. Not very common, these are screwdrivers which really have a STAR at the tip. A lot of older model PDAs use this sort of screw, and I was trying to fix my father's old iPaq when I realised that I needed more specialised equipment. Hence the immediate purchase when I found it. (No, smart alecks, they're NOT Allen-Key. I'm not an idiot.)

ETA: Oh, and I tag NOBODY, NADA, and NYET. :)

[My 21 things list, finally]
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 this just blows. hmmph.

I had this awesome post, really, about how I was at Novena station as it was flooded, complete with pictures somemore!

Unfortunately the draft disappeared! I was working on it, then had to leave to go eat prata (which later turned out to be pizza in town), and NOW IT'S GONEEEEEEEE!


[this just blows. hmmph.]
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 CharityWank: MsScribe, FermatoJam, CharlotteLennox and Bad_Penny

I've been following, with morbid fascination, a sudden eruption in the Harry Potter fanfiction community. (Fanficion: stories written by people using the characters from a book/ movie/ play/ cartoon etc)

A lot of fiction is being written and archived on livejournal, instead of on the usual places like fanfiction.net, simplyundeniable, checkmated, or fictionalley (amongst others). This is due to the various levels of filters (or checks and balances) that each website community imposes on its authors. Some examples of filters include things like:

1) not archiving fiction which does not adhere to 'canon' information and pairings (e.g. Harry-Hermione romance fictions will not be archived);
2) not archivingfiction which does not adhere to certain pairings (e.g. Portkey does not archive anything with Harry-Ginny, or Ron-Hermione, as it is a pro-Harry-Hermione site. Ron gets paired with Luna.)
3) not archiving fiction with less than 1000 words;
4) requiring all authors to submit their stories to be 'beta-ed', or checked over by an author before it is archived (basically an approval system),
5) not archiving fiction above or below the NC-17 rating (e.g. fanfiction.net doesn't accept anything NC-17, prompting another site to spring up in protest, archiving ONLY NC-17 fiction.)
6) you get the idea.

Anyway, the fanfiction community is large, and the Harry Potter fanfiction community is gigantinormous. Pairing-preference is political allegiance in this community: just like the Democrats and the Republicans are never going to agree on certain issues, and the Tories and Labour are always going to be at loggerheads, so the "orange-crush"-ers (Ron-Hermione) and "good-ship"ers (Harry-Ginny) disagree fundamentally with the "ashwinders" (Snape-Hermione) and the whoever-else-ers. It's this that creates interesting tensions within the community. But it's all in fun and jest... mostly.

What happens when mental instability and sheer diabolical genious meet the Harry Potter fanfiction community? Welcome to CharityGate.

The basics: there was this woman, Dionne (real name), who wanted to play with the "in" kids over at Fiction Alley. (There's a whole bunch of other political site-rivary that I won't bother with, but you can read it on charlottelennox's amazing history of CharityWank.)

She creates her profile, called msscribe, on livejournal, then creates what is called a "sockpuppet" to "fangirl" herself. What this means is that she created a fake identity to tell HERSELF that she was great, and that she should write more fiction, and that she's the best thing since sliced bread and that she wants to marry her and have her children, etc.

She created about a zillion of these sockpuppet journal identities, and succeeded in stirring up many hornets' nests on many issues. She did this by artifically creating crises: having SOME of her sockpuppets take on the personas of Religious Fanatics, condemning NC-17 sites, or having SOME of her OTHER sockpuppets (get the idea that she's got MANY?) condemn HER msscribe writing. This was all done so that other REAL people would jump to her defence, and say that msscribe's writing isn't bad, that she is great, and basically give her a lot of time and sympathy etc.

To cut a long story short, she really was made a moderator (a BIG THING in a large community like the HP one) within a very short time, and she still contined to manipulate people with her sockpuppets. charlottelennox has pretty much cleared everything up, along with some other stories from other perspectives, but everything I've read so far (and there's a fair bit of real detective work going on behind the scenes) points to msscribe being an absolute tool with her friends. She lied about EVERYTHING, from who she was to what she did to who she hung out with... she told everyone that she was sick and travelling and a huge PR/Media executive, and also a mother etc etc. Nobody knows where the lies end and the truth begins anymore. The diabolical liar in her also said that she had pressed charges against a student, Louis Movello, a student in the University of Dayton, for stalking and threatening her I think. UD people did cross-checking with the University, as well as the state/region/town police, and there was NOTHING. No such person even exists, much less charged with anything.

There are spin-offs from the Amazing History, of course, with mikkeneko's "The Woman Who Sued Herself" (as in, Mary-Sue-d" herself) is a brilliant summary read of everything, and bad_penny is keeping an eye on EVERYTHING.

I don't think many people will be very interested in this, but as someone who has been in fandom for a while (started waaaay back with X-Files in 1995?), this is a fascinating event in the HP fandom. I'm also writing this as a sort of record, because this really is a rather huge event in the HP ff community. But it's a subculture (of fanfiction writing) within the larger subculture of Potterheads, so it's really hard to understand if you're not in it. Sorry if you've read so far and feel unfulfilled. :)

Oh, and Michelle, this is for you:

Libellés :

[CharityWank: MsScribe, FermatoJam, CharlotteLennox and Bad_Penny]
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dimanche, juin 25, 2006

 Pencils and you

The pencil maker told his pencils five important lessons.

1st, everything you do will always leave a mark.
2nd, you can always correct your mistakes.
3rd, what is important is what is inside you.
4th, in life you will undergo painful sharpenings which will make you a better pencil.
5th, to be the best pencil you can you must allow yourself to be guided by the hand that holds you.

----- postcards and packages from down under ---

Today, I got a package from OZZIELAND! And a postcard! Two mail-items from two persons wholly unconnected sent me lurrrve!

E sent me a large, bulky envelope, which had a huge orange "ID RECORDED" on it.

I opened it, and it was a CAN.


I'll pause here to admit that yes, I really did think that the mad girl had sent me contraband items all the way from Oz... until I realised that it was very light, and Australia doesn't DO that, and oh, SHE'S A MADZ VEGETARIAN SO NO WAY IN NINE HELLS WOULD SHE SEND ME MEAT.

So I open it with a can opener, and ... awwwwwwwwww. Isn't that just pretty?

I think it needs a name. Suggestions?

The other thing from Australia was a postcard from the fifth Adrian in my phonebook, whom I met when I was in Europe. I sent him one of those VisitSingapore! postcards a while back (postage free mah, plus got lucky draw!), and he kindly returned the favour by complaining that I didn't send him my email.

Hey, if it gets me snail mail, I'm happy. :)

THANKS, YOU GUYS! OZLAND ROCKS ROCKS ROCKS! (Or reefs reefs reefs, depending on your sport of choice.)

[Pencils and you]
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 Too much fun, not enough time

Okay, I actually have a lot of things to say, but there's no time to put pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard, or tablet pen to tablet, or whatever the kids are using nowadays.

Here's one of those useless-but-funny lists:
1. A bicycle can't stand alone because it is two-tired.
2. What's the definition of a will? (It's a dead giveaway).
3. Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.
4. A backward poet writes inverse.
5. In democracy it's your vote that counts; In feudalism, it's your count who votes.
7. A chicken crossing the road is poultry in motion.
8. If you don't pay your exorcist you get repossessed.
9. With her marriage she got a new name and a dress.
10. Show me a piano falling down a mine shaft and I'll show you A-flat minor.
11. When a clock is hungry it goes back four seconds.
12. The man who fell into an upholstery machine is fully recovered.
13. A grenade thrown into a kitchen in France would result in Linoleum Blownapart.
14. You feel stuck with your debt if you can't budge it.
15. Local Area Network in Australia: the LAN down under.
16. He often broke into song because he couldn't find the key.
17. Every calendar's days are numbered.
18. A lot of money is tainted. 'Taint yours and 'taint mine.
19. A boiled egg in the morning is hard to beat.
20. He had a photographic memory which was never developed.
21. A plateau is a high form of flattery.
22. The short fortuneteller who escaped from prison was a small medium at large.
23. Those who get too big for their britches will be exposed in the end.
24. When you've seen one shopping center you've seen a mall.
25. Those who jump off a Paris bridge are in Seine.
26. When an actress saw her first strands of gray hair she thought she'd dye.
27. Bakers trade bread recipes on a knead to know basis.
28. Santa's helpers are subordinate clauses.
29. Acupuncture is a jab well done.
30. Marathon runners with bad footwear suffer the agony of defeat.

And R&M - I'm working on that list, okay...

[Too much fun, not enough time]
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samedi, juin 17, 2006

 Diving @ P. Dayang: Photographs

[Diving @ P. Dayang: Photographs]
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vendredi, juin 16, 2006

 Hello world, long time.

I know I haven't written any original material these last couple of posts... not really been in the mood for expression; a lot of you already know that it's a strange, difficult period for me right now. I think it's a time for introspection and reflection at the moment, but all is well, and God's in charge, so I think I'm all good.

I've got a lot on my mind right now, so if I don't seem myself, well... let's just call it growth.

And speaking of growth, curious to see how I draw? I'm not impressed with my dexterity at all, but you might be. This piece is (obviously) for MICH! :) You can see how I obviously have NOT mastered my stupid Wacom tablet yet. And I've had it for two years!

[Hello world, long time.]
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jeudi, juin 15, 2006

 Where is the love?

Only because you asked dear. Never say I never support support k!

[Where is the love?]
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