G's story

Departure of my mother and father…
November 9, 2010, 9:55 am
Filed under: Uncategorized

Adding to the list…
Location: Taman Cheras Permata (Beside Taman Cuepacs)

15th July 2010, 3pm – When my mother was standing outside the house (No.2, Jalan Intan 1 – corner lot house), 2 men approach her asking for directions, and while she was replying, one of the men grabbed her chain, dragged her on the road (my mum was holding on to the chain).
She fainted, doctor said nothing was wrong, but she didn’t get up from her sleep the next morning.
She passed away in her sleep, trauma.

16th August 2010 – Already not well, my father lost hope in life after loosing his wife to the snatch thief. He passed away at Hospital KL.

Me and My family – traumatized. Don’t see any action being taken by the law enforcement officers.
Wondering what are they waiting for?

Dear Pakisian,

We have received a testimony from Mrs G G Haw on the terrifying experience she encountered when her home was burglared on 21 October 2010.

For the interest of those who do not read the Malay Mail publication, please click on the picture below to obtain a full article.

Note the chronology of events that happened in our vicinity;

7 September 2010 Selvanathan’s home was burglared

10 October 2010 Rasiah’s home was burglared

21 October 2010 Mr & Mrs G G Haw’s home was burglared

It is becoming very frightening.

Please keep a look-out for one another!

The Gated/Guarded Community is no longer a luxury matter but a necessity.

Cheras robbery gang strikes again

By Najiah
Created Monday, October 25th
G. Prakash [1]
Monday, October 25th, 2010 12:03:00
KAJANG: Celebrity sports emcee S. Selvanathan, who lost jewellery and two cars worth RM300,000 to parang-wielding robbers last month, continues to endure nightmares following a similar raid on his neighbour’s house last week.
armed robbery
Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj)
Taman Koperasi Cuepacs
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Source URL: http://www.mmail.com.my/content/53214-cheras-robbery-gang-strikes-again
[1] http://www.mmail.com.my/content/16081-g-prakash
[2] http://www.mmail.com.my/content/53214-cheras-robbery-gang-strikes-again


Bahasa Melayu OR Bahasa Malaysia?
October 3, 2010, 11:49 am
Filed under: Uncategorized

Long time ago, I was wondering which is correct, Bahasa Melayu(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malay_language) or Bahasa Malaysia (no such links in Wikipedia).
Then like god sent, I watched an show on Bernama, where a senior government official, a very well and convincing punjabi guy providing his comments on why it will always be Bahasa Melayu and NOT Bahasa Malaysia. And as you can see above, even in Wikipedia, there was NO such links for Bahasa Malaysia. Only a search for Bahasa Melayu returned a precise result (fair enough).

Today, as I am reading the TheStar (http://thestar.com.my/ – a Malaysian mainstream English medium newspaper – for you non-Malaysians out there), I came across the term Bahasa Malaysia again! And this is a very language related article mind you!

The article in question is “The Encyclopaedia salesman” – a great article on Jimmy Wales, the guy who gave us Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/).

Thestar Article link – TheStar , written by Elizabeth Tai (starmag@thestar.com.my) – StarMag

Hopefully, Elizabeth (the author of the article reads this blog and provides some answers).
Or anyone else can?

Microsoft Sues Motorola Over Android Phones? Does Microsoft Qualify to do this?
October 2, 2010, 6:38 am
Filed under: Uncategorized

It is funny to hear that the following statements from this article:

“Microsoft has been working on this technology for 30 years, he said. ”

The technology which Gutierrez is refering to are – “Microsoft technology, he continued also “enables people to see their calendar and e-mail contacts on their phone, and to manage their calendar and contacts from whatever device they are using.” Smartphones must also handle multiple apps at once, and manage memory efficiently, Gutierrez said.”

This is really funny considering that a mass use of email on the desktop DID NOT start till the early 80s and the mobile phone was only invented a couple of years before that.

And whats even funnier is that Mobile was only widely used about 10 to 15 years ago. And Email/Calendaring on mobile did not start till 12 to 10 years ago.

So to say that Microsoft was working on this ever since 30 years ago, is exaggerating it a bit.


NEC SV8100 Call Center System software (Download FREE Edition) – Launched!
September 1, 2010, 11:22 am
Filed under: General | Tags: , ,

CENTIUM CCS is call center software build to run on the NEC SV8100 PABX series (also runs on NEC Aspire series).


It helps you manage the peaks and troughs in your business telephone activity, giving your customers the best possible service. Our innovative CENTIUM CCS gives you the capabilities and dependabilities of a premise-based call center system with the flexibility to expand on demand as your business grows.

As a virtual extension of your call center IT team, CENTIUM CCS enables you to focus on your operations rather than maintaining your call center infrastructure. CENTIUM CCS provides powerful call center features:

• Excellent tool to run Call Center applications on top of NEC SV8100/ Aspire/Aspila series

• How many calls received, abandoned, waiting to be answered, made & Conversation length

• Incoporates OpenCTI Technology by Centium Software (CentiumSuite.com) to extract and connect the call center database.

• Integrates to a Centium real-time call center wallboard system.

• Integrates to a Centium CTI Pop-up System

• Seamless integration with Centium Helpdesk & Centium CRM software

• Reduces abandoned calls by allowing the call center supervisor to monitor real time & historical call center reporting.

• Enhances competitiveness of your call center, by allowing customized call center operations


Self sorting email – Priority Inbox
September 1, 2010, 1:30 am
Filed under: Blood Banking Systems

Email will not be the same again, the nightmare of going through each and every email (important ones as well as unimportant ones) problem has been solved (in a way).

Read more:

Bye Wave (Google Wave)
August 6, 2010, 4:57 pm
Filed under: Blood Banking Systems

The end is near by Google Wave;

John Hopkins enters Malaysian market!
August 2, 2010, 11:42 pm
Filed under: Healthcare IT

John Hopkins enters Malaysian market!