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- Always start to present a slideshow in pdf format but change to .ppt or .odp format unless the Meeting request for it. This is because the .pdf format is more stable than a .ppt or .odp file and is more compatible to any computer operating system be it Windows, Mackinstosh or Linux. Organisation charts and links are permanently locked under the .pdf format but will likely run wild if the .ppt file was running under a Linux operating system and vice versa with an .odp file running under a Windows operating system.
- Make at least 3 hard copies of the slideshow, one for the Chairman, another for the Secretariat and the last for yourself. This is because anything can happen and there must always be PLAN B and discussion may end with that hardcopy and it is wiser that all have the same version.
- Keep a copy of the orginal .ppt, .odp and even .pdf file in a thumbdrive even if the Secretariat said the file emailed to them is A-OK!
|Destination: Awana Hotel|
|Nice view from 19th floor|
|Genting cable car|
|One World hotel|
|21st Century Fox theme park site|
|Briefing on slope and embankment design, construction and monitoring|
|Look at the size of the piling holes|
|As winding as it gets|
Sabrina's birthday was just past round the corner and she got her birthday wish. Wifey took the whole family plus two of our nieces together for a weekend retreat at the Grand Lexis Resort, 2 km. north of Port Dickson town centre which is neighbour to the long established Glory Beach hotel. From the looks of it, I believe the nieces were enjoying the weekend holiday treat more than Sabrina. Well it does not matter because we are a closely knit family. For a 5 star hotel, the price of the food was reasonable, delicious and plentiful. The room was humongous with excellent facilities and you get what you paid for. All in all, an enjoyable weekend for the family as well as Sabrina.
A few weeks ago, my elder son complained that his HTC SV guzzles battery life. As father, I hand-me-down my Sony Xperia TX to him and gave him a week to decide whether he would accept it, his first reaction was that he felt the 4.7inch screen to be bulkier than his HTC's 4.3 screen. After 3 days, he hand-me-down his HTC to my younger son who has been glued daily to it. I pulled out my previous HTC One Side but in order to hide the long cracking across the screen, gave it a dark blue wallpaper. It still functions well and is the faster of my smartphones.
Under the shade of the high tension wire, wifey and me went to a nearby nursery as lately, it appears as if wifey has been bitten by the flower bug. The veranda which was usually bare short of two bicycles have become a pretty sight. I am hoping it will last that way forever.