Monthly Archives: October 2004

The Interview

October 22, 2004, Time 1030 am Place: The Parliament Well, the day arrived and I got to the location in good time – just 10 minutes before the allocated time. I was greeted at the door of the front gate … Continue reading

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The Interview Notification

Got the paper confirmation of the interview. Funny how these got mailed out. First there is an envelop labelled “On Government Service” and inside that, another envelop slightly folded to fit into the outer one, but this inner one has … Continue reading

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NMP submission

Was asked by the Singapore Computer Society to consider for nomination as a nominated member of parliament. I agreed and my application has been submitted today. Absolutely no idea how this is going to be done. Let’s see what happens.

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Why CIOs are worthless!

I know that this is a controversial heading. I have, over the years, become rather convinced that the “typical” CIO (at least here in Singapore) is not worth the three letters they claim to represent. Although I will not go … Continue reading

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