My Twitter Compilation

Years ago, the first thing up and running on my computer was the internet browser. Months ago, it was the feed reader - FeedDemon. Now, the first thing I read up every morning is tweets arriving at my TweetDeck.

Yes, you can say that I am addicted to Twitter. However, I am not a serial poster but enjoy observing updates within my circle of interest. I do tweet occasionally (when geekness kick in) and here are some of my selected tweets.

Jason Jiang: There are plenty of people with bright ideas, but there are very few who can implement bright ideas.

According to Maxis, more than 40% of its subscribers surf mobile internet.

My dream gadget, Amazon Kindle goes international later this month, please make it available in Malaysia!

Pathetic! Malaysia has one of the world's lowest broadband download speed, #59 out of 66 countries studied.

Japan’s No. 1 Online Mall Rakuten Buys Into Thailand’s Leading E-Commerce Company Tarad.

Just realized Google has generated sitelinks for my blog.

Compilations from HMetro (khalwat's) and SinChew (celeb gossips) have always made it to the @staronline "Most Viewed" section.

@ovistore Why don't you sell mobile content in local currency (Ringgit Malaysia)?

I wonder why so many are doing McDonald's a free promo with their so called Drive-Thru VIP Stickers?

@myMaxis Foul language not accepted on WebSMS? I am impressed that you can filter out Cantonese and Hokkien ones, haha!

RT @myMaxis Save up! Send & receive SMS for FREE via any PC with Maxis WebSMS at

Malaysian shoppers hang out in malls, but prefer to find out about and buy products online.

Another hidden Malaysian heritage, one of the founders of is Malaysian. (in Chinese)

Wow, sharein is led by a Malaysian and engineered by some Malaysians too! #sharein
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