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In this issue, you learn about mooncakes, ebooks and personal growth. The latter two were topics from the BarCampSG7 event I attended.
I will be taking a short break from publishing Singularity for 2 issues. This means there won’t be November 2011 and December 2011 issues. The reason is that I’m working on a software project (see update video), and coding is taking up 95% of my brain computing power (when idle). So I made the painful decision of just concentrating on the software project first.
The magazine will return for the January 2012 issue. You’re a wonderful reader.
You can also keep in touch on the Facebook page, or just watch my videos on YouTube. Short updates and videos are ad-hoc and one-off, so they’re still doable (with my 5% leftover brain power. Wait, how is my body still functioning?). Full formally published PDF magazine issues aren’t.
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In an act of serendipity, we have a Halloween-theme for this issue (although it’s stretching that definition). In this issue, we have:
- A short story by my friend Grey Yuen. While the story is not scary, the character doing the monologue is. Can you guess his identity?
- An exclusive interview with Alex Hall, a web developer in United Kingdom. Learn what it takes to create web sites in a team. We have a spider’s web on the cover. That counts as Halloween-themed, right?
- A continuation of the Japanese learning article from September.
- An exploration in forensic science about telling the time of death using the liver’s temperature.
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