LH Yeung.net Blog - AniGames

Blog

Nokia 5800 Hints and Tips, Easy Playlists and Asian Script Support

There's a lot of things that can be improved on the Nokia 5800 to make things easier for the user. That said, they can be fixed with a little bit of patience. You can always download some third party software to help yourself out but after spending much time experimenting with the phone and its software, here are some of the things I managed...


Picking Earphones and Speakers, A Guide to Better Audio

I've read, experimented and learned a lot about audio since upgrading my home speaker setup to a surround sound one and switching my pre-packaged earphones to better quality ones. So, I thought I would share the information I've gathered so that more people can enjoy their favourite music (and perhaps movies too) at its best. Ive...


Migrating to a New Host ::

20th February 2010, 23:35 GMT Update: Finally. If you see this message then you're now at my new domain and host. It was pretty troublesome trying to import the big SQL database over because phpMyAdmin wouldn't accept anything bigger than 2MB. I ended up trying to figure out how to import it directly via an SSH session and the command...


Happy Chinese New Year 2010! ::

Happy Chinese New Year to those of you who celebrate it! Went out to Glasgow's Chinatown to catch the lion and dragon dances performed by the Glasgow Hong Lok Dragon and Lion Dance Troupe since I just happened to notice the poster they had up last night while out at a family dinner. Met an old friend while I was there who I hadn't kept in touch...


Chocolate with a Message ::

"Love me... Unwrap me... Eat me..."? That's quite a cheeky message isn't it...? Oh wait, it should be in this order! "Unwrap me... Eat me... Love me..." Er, yeah... Thanks for pointing out the obvious. Apart from the "love me" part. This French "Extra Dark Chocolate" tastes like water ^^;...


Increased Solar Activity May Disrupt GPS Signals ::

Just when I was planning to replace my current phone with a GPS enabled one too so that I can go adventuring for better photo shoot locations. Apparently the expected increase in solar activity over the next few years will send powerful magnetic waves over the earth. According to the BBC News, these waves will end up confusing the simple...


Local Library Computer and Printer Access ::

Been a long time since I visited my local library - Why use it when you're in uni or have access to the internet at home? Well, maybe for novels or if you would prefer to have tangible books before you. Dropped in again after I needed something urgent printed off. My old inkjet printer's head failed again just when I needed it. It was working...


Avatar and The RealD 3D Cinema Experience ::

Yes, yes. I know this site is feeling like a diary lately but nothing on the gaming and Anime side of things of late quite pique my interests. Anyway, found the time to go back and claim my free viewing compensation at Cineworld after the waterworks incident just over a week ago. Luckily it wasn't too late ^^; Avatar isn't a bad movie but...


Wireless Network Insecurities, WPA Hacked in 1 Minute ::

It looks like all those documentaries regarding the increasing popularity and insecured wireless networks will now be rendered out-of-date. Ah, the thrill and speeding advance of technology... There has been plenty of programmes advicing people to upgrade from the "flawed" WEP security to WPA but even WPA can now be hacked just as...


The Cold Freeze, UK 2010 ::

The news has been about nothing but the hazardous snowy conditions all over the UK just now as well as other countries within the northern hemisphere. Flights suspended, cars becoming stranded on the motorway because engines stopping, people slipping on the hardened icy snow, water pipes bursting etc. Oh yes, walking uphill on...