Olympics 2012

The London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony took place at 9pm on 27 July 2012.

Titled ‘Isles of Wonder’, the Ceremony welcomed the finest athletes from more than 200 nations for the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games, marking an historic third time the capital has hosted the world’s biggest and most important sporting event.

The Opening Ceremony reflected the key themes and priorities of the London 2012 Games, based on sport, inspiration, youth and urban transformation. It was a Ceremony ‘for everyone’ and celebrated contributions the UK has made to the world through innovation and revolution, as well as the creativity and exuberance of British people.

The spectacular finale of the event saw the Olympic Cauldron, formed of 205 copper petals representing the competing nations coming together in London for the Games, ignited by seven young Torchbearers nominated by Britain’s past and present Olympic and sporting greats.



Algorithm: Algo, algo, algo oohhh~

Something funny about algorithm is…um..sometime you feel like  looking at something interesting from a distance. It is irritating because you have to go there but somehow you don’t  know how to get there.  It is NOT just about HOW to get there, but also…WHAT to make you go there.

It is maybe why they called it algorithm. The sense or intelligence to breakdown problem by examine it’s part into SEQUENTIAL  way of solution. The algorithm way I think is interesting because it always come with logic first. Linear logic. That is the difference with designing. Sometime, or most of time, it’s just pop-up in our head without reasoning. Best design not always come with excellent reasoning of what or how, but excellent computer program always comes with par excellent lines of codes.


The algorithm is so simple I often forget about it, which I later regret. So here I am writing it out:

1. Say what the problem is.
2. Think of a solution.
3. Do the solution.
4. See if it works.
5. Repeat.

The more a particular aspect of your life seems so basic and obvious you would never think of applying the algorithm to it, the more you probably should.

The algorithm is recursive.

Algorithm.  oh Algorithm~