Archive for the 'Stories' Category

08 May

Google’s Algorithm Sued In Japan’s Court

We’ve all known that Google and its Algorithm is biased and pretty much works towards what they think is best for their advertising – everyone else’s is just pure bull to them.  So I’m not surprised that a Japan lawyer had finally brought Google Algorithm to court to ask them to modify their autocomplete function.  […]

23 Mar

US$49K For Living Expenses For Kim Dotcom

First of all – who in the hell would changed their family name to Dotcom?  a little bit crazy or obnoxious?  maybe a little of both – I have to say.  Known as the download pirate king – I think the Feds are making him a target as well as a precedent to deter people […]

10 Mar

Insurance For Family

My dad’s insurance agent had been around since last month asking us to get insurance for the entire family not just myself – I am insured but the spouse and kid isn’t.  But I find that the insurance he was recommending didn’t really fit my needs – so I went to  to check what […]

20 Jul

Borders Forced To Close Its Doors

Yes! it’s true i see – Borders who employs more than 10,000 employees was forced to shut down and liquidate – no one to bail them out so I heard.   What a shame eh?  I do like that bookstore – but there wasn’t much business in any of them – truth be told – I […]

07 Jul

Vote for the best short story

About a week ago I wrote a short story called The Keepers House for a contest at Teresa has decided that instead of choosing a winner herself, she is going to put up a poll instead. So please, go and vote for your favorite story (mine please?!). Links to the individual entries can be […]

07 Jul

Another story I wrote 18 years ago

This is a story I wrote for an English class project in grade 10 I think, so it’s not very well written or anything, but read it if you like.  This is exactly as I wrote it back then, no editing or anything.  I can just imagine the comments I’ll get on this crap =)

02 Jul

Deadly Imagination

I wrote the following story in 1993, born of boredom while taking an Accounting course at NSCC, which means I was only around 19 at the time. Deadly Imagination It was a morning much like any other in the town of Ridgewood. Spring was in the air, trees were starting to turn green with new […]

25 Jun

The Keepers House

The following story is my entry in a little writing contest over at Gravel crunched as his car skidded to a stop in the driveway.  Karl quickly inspected the old run-down building. It looked like no one had lived there for years even though months of investigating had led him to this very spot. […]