Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Low Tolerance with Slow Internet

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Not only that I have very low tolerance with idiotic people, I also have low tolerance with slow internet connection. I am pretty sure I have emphasized many times before I can't live without internet. Slow internet can be very annoying and I know everyone will agree with me.

Why do we accept the progress bar? We don't want to watch the progress bar, we want everything pops up right there when we open the email. This is an instant-gratification society. We want everything to be FAST! We don’t tolerate slow and we don’t like to wait. Therefore, a high speed internet connection says it all and there certainly is no need to put up with DSL speeds and unreliability.

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Monday, February 01, 2010

Classic Cable Tube Top using Cotton Tencel

Penny is my best friend and her sister, PeiSe was my lecturer in college. Time flies and I already graduated from the college for almost 7 years. PeiSe does not knit very regularly but she loves visitting to my FO album in FB all the time.

About 3 months ago, she told me that she would like me to knit her the Classic Cable Tube top. Since she is living in Malaysia, it is no way I can use wool yarn. Therefore, I bought some cascade cotton tencel yarn in medium grey during the year end sales at Woolie Ewe.

I started the project few days ago and everything is going along well. It took a while to memorize the lace pattern but after 2 repetation, the pattern is well memorized! I don't think I can complete this top before I fly but I will try to take it with me on board so I have something to knit during that 34256579764 hours flight! I know, I am ridiculously axaggerated but believe me, that is totally a long flight! I try not to think about it now!