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Finally got this blog up and running again. I shall start blogging again at least 10mins a day from now. I have not blog for the longest time since I lost the url of this blog when my laptop crashed in year 2001 (the same day I registered this blog)!

Can you imagine losing nearly 20% of your work data? It was my mistake of not backing up my data for that month. I lost nearly 1 whole month of work. Anyway, what a great lesson that has taught me. Now, I backup my data nearly every day at work and at home.

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