Wednesday, March 31, 2010
It was close to 11am and I was feeling hungry. I guess that happens when you forget to each breakfast, huh?
So I went downstair, with all the intention of heading towards the nearby Old Town kopitiam but ended up in I Love Koffee instead.
The decor for the place is great. They've got different styles for different nooks and since nobody was there I could have picked any nook. However, thinking that I wanted to eat, a comfy soft sofa might not have been so ideal; I picked a sensible two seater table.
Although their pricing starts from RM4.90 as they have pasted in huge numerics on their window, that's only for a pastry and coffee. For an additional RM2 I could have had an omelette. Hmmm ... quite expensive for just that, I think.
I opted for the Tom Yum Noodles at RM8.90 and an Ice Rose Tea.
The rose tea arrived first. Rose tea my arse! Rose syrup tu rose syrup la. Baka!
Next the Tom Yum Noodles. Huh? Tom yum flavoured instant noodles with crabstick, some prawns, lettuce and onions?! What the hell, I could have had better at home. Urgh!
I hope to hell that this is cause I just simple have chosen the most wrong-est (yes this is a word now) food in the whole place. Should have opted for the chicken maybe, hopefully it would be better.
So, the food there is not great at all to me but I still like the setting of the place. Maybe I'll just go back with some manga and have coffee. Can they screw up coffee much?
Oh yeah, I didn't bring my camera, so no pictures, you want pictures, go read Vonvon's Interest of the place.
I Love Koffee
Location: K Gallery 1-01, 1st Floor, Lot 44667, Bandar Sri Manjalara, 52200 KL
Mon - Thurs:
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Fri - Sun:
10:00 am - 2:00 am
Saturday, March 27, 2010
|100% COMPLETION ON Tuesday, March 27, 2057|
I was reading Kill Busywork: The One Skill to Focus On What Matters which lead me to My Life Countdown.
The steps for calculating my life expectancy went pretty well up until the step for getting my very own countdown to death timer. The suggested iGoogle timer was the Countdown Clock.
I have used the gadget previously for different purposes and I like the simple interface. However, I don't remember the year being a drop-down option; the latest you can choose currently is 2023. Hence, I can't use it as my TOD is March 27, 2057.
It appears that a number of the countdown gadgets being offered are using the same method of input as the Countdown Clock. Luckily, I did manage to find Countdown Progress Timer.
Con: The numbers of days left is quite tiny. I still like the nice blue box displaying the number of days left from the Countdown Clock.
Pro: On top of a countdown to TOD, I also have a counter of how many days I have lived. PLUS ... there is a progress bar for tracking my life's completion.
100% COMPLETE ... now doesn't that sound better than ... DEAD?