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It has been awhile since this blog was updated.

Reason number one: the birth of my son, Anson Koh.

Reason number 2: coping with the KL office.

It is no surprise that this Social PR father bought his new born son into the social networking stage.

Anson has a Gmail account which I have invited all family members, relatives and friends to leave him an email so he can read them when he grows up.

Anson also has a Facebook account set up which friends of my wife and I can check out updates on the little boy.

How can this web2.0 father forget the blog! Check out Anson’s blog at

The blog is filled with photos and little comments to make it interesting.

Thank goodness for digital photography as I have take quite a number of photographs of Anson. And thanks to Web2.0, I made us of the features of and Picassa 3.0 beta to give it a little bit of jazz.

20 years of color fading now takes 2 minutes with

Digital photography has not killed the good old fashion photograph shops either. Now I am printing about 100+ photos was a single 2G SD card as opposed to 30 years ago when one roll of film was limited to only 12 to 24 shots.

The advantage of Web2.0 now is that I can share news of the family to relatives who are far and wide, especially those down under.

In a strange way, Anson has brought the relatives closer though they are continents apart.

PS: I never liked the blogspot content entry system and I am using Windows Live Writer for this and future entry. Maybe I should do a review of this new writer, built for blogging, soon.

Also, I have given this blog a fresher theme. Hope you like it.


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