Saturday, November 12, 2005

miscellaneous stuff

436-436 Advanced Computational Mechanics
Tuesday 15 November 9.30 am, 180 minutes

325-206 Human Resources Management
Wednesday 16 November 2.15pm, 120 minutes

436-414 Optimisation
Friday 25 November 9.30am, 180 minutes


I’ve got this song stuck in my head now. It’s Do-Re-Mi from The Sound of Music, which is probably a better song to be stuck than say, The Lemon Tree, We’re In Trouble or The Ketchup Song.

I found this file sharing service online that’s free of charge. So here’s a folder of 7 music files if you’re so inclined. It contains English, German, French, Chinese and Russian songs.
Julie Andrews et. al. - Do-Re-Mi (English musical)
Vanilla Ninja - I Don’t Care At All (Estonian band, in English)
Blümchen - Herz an Herz (German techno-pop)
Isabelle Boulay - Et Maintenant (French-Canadian, in French)
Ortal - Chacun Pense A Soi (French)
Soviet Red Army Choir - Battle Hymn of the Republic (Russian)
Teresa Teng - 月亮代表我的心 (Mandarin)

Download folder here (32 MB)
From the bottom of the table, click on the free service. Then scroll down to the bottom of the next page and wait for the 30 second timer to count down to zero. Click on the filename and save it to your local disc.

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This link on wikipedia made me go “Mein Gott.” Can you imagine this kind of stuff turning up in your Encyclopaedia Britannica?




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4 Comments:

Anonymous Alex said...

lol. i finish earlier than u.. wahhaha. but for commerce, i'm finishin pretty late. darn accounting and qm1 this week. all the best to u in ur exams! :)

9:40 pm, November 14, 2005  
Blogger Lao Chen said...

Erm...thanks for the wishes.
But no thanks for making me jeles!

9:27 am, November 15, 2005  
Anonymous yvy said...

hhmmm...wei, why u took away ur cbox ar? :(

12:21 pm, November 17, 2005  
Blogger Lao Chen said...

Oh that thing was spawning pop up windows. Poor souls without Firefox and/or a decent firewall will see about 2 or 3 of those uninvited buggers jump at them and scare them to half death.

Not good the the state's economy.

12:00 am, November 18, 2005  

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