All entries for Monday 12 February 2007
February 12, 2007
Do I sound like Mr Oliver yet?
Venue: Elim Pentecostal Church, Butts (Near Ramada Hotel), Coventry
Date: 27 Feb 2007
Time: 7.30 pm
Activities: DJ, Food, games… for Christians and Non- Christians alike.
Interested?? Give me a shout or just make yourself available at the church at 7.30 pm!!!!
When I was in malaysia for a 5 -week holiday lasy year, I indulged in a show which is called Project Runway. It’s like the pop idol for fashion designers. I was so glued to the telly every evening. I just found out that there is a UK version of that show: Project Catwalk. So since friday last week, I have been playing catch up with this show. Thank God for Youtube. I have now watched 8 episodes of the first series. Hurrah! I will watch the remaining 2 this week. Shame I haven’t got Sky.
Next to catch up on: Project Catwalk 2, Next Top Model (UK and USA)
Oh and another show that I like: Six Feet Under. I didnt get to catch all of them but I watched the final episode last 2 weeks. It was sooo touching.
After all the excitement of having a wintry weather last week, I’m now back into my work mode. Having read a couple of technical papers and journals these past few weeks proves to be very beneficial. I’m planning to start the second level of my experiments this week. I have extracted 3 different physical methods that I would test against my 3D model. These methods have been experimented in different settings and problem areas. I’m hoping to extract the benefits and combine them with my framework. My hyphothesis is that the behaviour of my model will be improved and optimised. Once done, I aim to experiment on the local execution rather than global in hope to evaluate the cost optimisation against visual acuity. In Jesus’ name, I believe I can complete the experiments on this particular parameter by the end of February. Not only the experiments, but also the progress report which I’m yet to do.
I know my entry today is a bit vague. It is intended to be as such. I just need to remind myself. It does have a feel good factor, I must say. Besides, my friends and family will know that I do spend quite sometimes doing my work rather than getting all excited about snow. Hehe Ok now for a funny strip from Dilbert…