A thought just occurred to me. If it is so attractive to work in Singapore due to the high exchange rate, how come majority of Chinese Malaysians go there. You hardly hear any Malay Malaysians going. Don't the Malays want money too? Puzzling!
I am fortunate enough to live 3km from my work. As such, I don't have much traffic woes. This morning, there was an off site meeting and I had to go to Sunway. I was stuck in horrendous traffic. On my way back, I am practically at a standstill for about 30 minutes just 200 meter from Damansara NKVE toll. Honestly, this must be the worst traffic experience for me.
And it occurred to me that, to many people, this is probably a way of life, a norm to them. I was looking around at all the drivers near me. These are white collar guys, office professional. I am sure many of them had to call off meetings. How much frustration is created to them and to the people they are meeting. It's bizarre how much time is wasted in traffic. How these time could be translated to productive hours and propelled the country forward. But alas, our leaders did not recognize the importance of public transport and as such, we choked on our own congested artery. At this pace, taking three steps forward a…
You start using your maxis iPhone 4 camera. To your horror, your photo has a big blue or green spot smacked right in the middle.
Does your photo look like this?
Ok. Don't panic!
It seems that this is perfectly normal if the photos are taken under fluorescent lighting. Many cameras, including iPhone's has issue with white balance.
Turramurra quotes: "I shoot with a Canon camera that is worth over $6000 & in certain circumstances even it can't get the white balance right when set to auto.
A blue-green cast is typical when shot under fluoro lights, a yellow cast is typical when shot under tungsten (regular) lights."
Givmeabreak said "All cameras have a problem with fluorescent lighting. Especially cameras that don't let you control white balance and shutter speed. The lighting is changing 120 times per second (twice per cycle). In low light the shutter speed is probably below 120. This will cause uneven lighting in the image.