I went to Sutera Sanctuary Lodges main office in Kota Kinabalu today to complain about the difficulty of travelers to contact them for the past few weeks. I spoke to their customer services and administration, and they admit that there was a shortage of front desk staff to deal with customer services. Usually they have … Read moreSutera Sanctuary Lodges recovered…
I have been using Open Office 2.0.2 for the past one year, and today, when I visited back OpenOffice.org, I found out that they have a new stable version, Open Office 2.1. So, if you have been using an illegal copy/pirated version of MS Office (that you purchased for RM5 in Petaling Street), it’s time … Read moreOpen Office 2.1 – Download your free copy now!
I would like to share with you an email that I received from Dan Mazur, an Everest expedition leader and administrator for www.SummitClimb.com. It sounded like this: Hello Mountain Friends. I hope you are well. What have you been up to? This is Dan Mazur writing to you. Perhaps you heard that, in May 0f … Read moreAn email from Dan Mazur – An Everest expedition leader
I have to remind you again that I am not represent any tour company, and I don’t have any. January was a hectic month, as I received a lot of email requesting me to advice for a trip, quote a climbing package, book a place to stay in Laban Rata, suggest a good tour operator, … Read moreMount Kinabalu climbing – quotation request and reservation form
I received an email today, asking wether there is a scam going on with tour operators which deals with Mount Kinabalu climbing package. This is the quoted email: Name of sender: Steve Email of sender: yusi…@yahoo.com ————————- COMMENTS ————————- I have tried booking room in Laban Rata for my July trip. The lodge office told … Read moreMount Kinabalu climbing package scam?
The basic idea behind open source is very simple: When programmers can read, redistribute, and modify the source code for a piece of software, the software evolves. People improve it, people adapt it, people fix bugs. And this can happen at a speed that, if one is used to the slow pace of conventional software … Read moreOpen Source – The Basic Idea
I just feel that having a physical true magazine or books is cool. I like the feel and smell of new book or magazine that I buy. It’s not the same feeling as you read an online magazine. There are many RSS feed on Linux and Open Source in the internet, but I still feel … Read moreLinux For You – Best available offline magazine for Linux and Open Source
I received an email asking me about other mountain climbing sites in Malaysia. After so much research (including going to Sabah Tourism Center) to look for the information, I managed to get these. As of end 2006, this is the latest list for mountain climbing sites in Malaysia. Unfortunately, I only have the information on … Read moreMountain Climbing Sites in Malaysia
I have been using Firefox as my web browser for the past 2 years (yes, just recently). It is because I am overwhelmed with the additional feature that you can add to boost Firefox to become one of the best tool around, especially as a webmaster. Apart from it being platform independant (it also helped … Read more10 FREE Firefox extensions and add-ons for Webmasters
I came across Sabah Tourism’s Calendar of Events for 2007. It’s a downloadable PDF files that you can get here. It will show you all the tourism events for the whole year. Download your free copy now. With the calendar, you can plan your trip according to the events that will be held around Sabah, … Read moreSabah Tourism’s Calendar of Events 2007 (COE 2007)