• December 16, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    Shopping and area maps for Tokyo

    If you’ve ever been to Tokyo by yourself, you will know that it is ridiculously messy if you’re trying to find a particular store or location by yourself. Especially those areas which the locals go to for super authentic non touristy food/fun/sights. You will also know that the free maps from the airport are useless […]

    Read More
  • December 11, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    Taking orders for Tokyo (24DEC-4JAN)

    I am now officially taking orders for Tokyo (24DEC-4JAN) Email me a photo, the name of the item, the price you are willing to pay, and where to find the item. Subject: Buyforme Japan Your name: Your contact number: Item name: Price you are willing to pay in Yen: Item URL/Photo: Alternate colors/variations: Item location: […]

    Read More
  • December 10, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    how to extact audio from .nds rom files

    So you really really like that game you’re playing on your nds, and the track/audio file you want is not available on the game OST, what should you do? Here’s what you should do. Dump your original NDS cartridge into a .nds rom file, or simply just go download a .nds rom file. Unpack your […]

    Read More
  • December 5, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    bootmgr is missing windows 7

    This is a freaking big annoyance. If you install windows 7 with more than one harddisk, it will automatically make the 2nd harddisk some kind of backup directory which windows refuses to format. Yeah sure, it’s a great add in, but really irritating when you decide to plug out that drive. I really wanted to […]

    Read More
  • November 6, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    Singtel Android APN Settings

    The magic file you are looking for is: /system/etc/apns-conf.xml You can actually rip it out from the different roms, and repack the rom zip file (Or so I’ld assume) The settings are (Do take note I haven’t quite figured out how to use MMS): apn carrier IDEAS apn e-ideas user * password * server * […]

    Read More
  • October 29, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    Using two routers on the same network

    The two routers that I used were: 2WIRE 2701HGV-E and LINKSYS WRT54G2 To be really clear, I didn’t exactly bridge two routers, I disabled the dhcp function of the LINKSYS to make it perform like a switch. But the end result is still pretty cool, now that I have a DD-WRT coexisting on the same […]

    Read More
  • October 22, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    mp3tag to solve all your mp3 tagging woes

    mp3tag is free windows software to solve all your mp3 tagging woes This is what you need to know: It’s free. It’s useful. It works. Basically the tags for my chinese mp3s were all messed up, so I went onto my trusty lifehacker and started searching for apps that can fix that for me. The […]

    Read More
  • August 24, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    iTunes replacement program

    Ever needed to add stuff into your iTouch or iPhone without needing to run iTunes? Funny thing, I didn’t manage to find it when I was googled for it the previous time. But still, better late than never. Some features that’s been listed on the webpage: Add tracks to your mp3 player WITHOUT iTunes Standalone, […]

    Read More
  • August 11, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    xtuple, postgresql and multiple users login

    So I’ve been playing with xTuple, and it seems like it’s gonna be the new ERP system that I’ll be using these days. Naturally, I do not have any idea what I’m doing yet, but it sure took me some time to figure out how to enable multiple logins. Sure it’s noobish, but there wasn’t […]

    Read More
  • July 21, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    People and fences

    The first thing the usually pops up when you think of people and fences are, lonely dark skinned construction workers, and even lonelier house keepers. Well, that’s true in Singapore, as most people are either emo or lonely. The scenario usually looks like this, one loner will try to chat up the lonelier who’s situated […]

    Read More
1 3 4 5 6 7 29