Download the October issue now (3 MB).
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.
In the September 2011 issue of my magazine, I had an interview with Teresa Deak, a photographer who likes to take macro shots. I also have some photos of my visit to the Asian Civilisations Museum that’s exclusive to the magazine. So go download it now.
The demo mentioned in the video is 74293945 by T-Rex.
In the August 2011 issue of Singularity, I interviewed Dave Doolin from Website In A Weekend. Also, I show you a couple of optical illusions (you can see more in the magazine). Which brings me to the Gestalt theory, where you see shapes when none was supposed to be there.
Also, my cat makes a special guest appearance.
In this issue of Singularity, you’ll read my interview with Dave Doolin, who writes at Website In A Weekend. We talked about the US economy, the prospects of being a generalist in Singapore and WordPress. He’s also on Twitter @websiteweekend.
Download the August 2011 issue (about 11 MB).
And if you haven’t watched it, I also explain the maths concept of Cantor sets in a video. Harry Potter references and special yellow screen effects. Watch it. Now.
You’ll also read about the second part of my visit to the Singapore Science Centre. There’s a special section on optical illusions. See if you’re stumped.
I visited the Singapore Science Centre in June last month.
Here’s the July issue of Singularity
Behind the scenes
Well, last month, my cat was placated only when I agreed to give her back massages. My fingers were stuck in a claw position for several hours for the first few days. Of course, felines don’t care about finger cramps…
The hired fairies also wanted back massages. I stamped my foot on that. I am not giving tiny human-like creatures back massages. That’s just weird…