somehow i do feel "something" wrong going on my body but not sure what is it.
anyways, i just ate the "marvellous macaroon" snack that i received from Graze box yesterday as my breakfast before make a move around 8.40am walking to attend the E-Business management (EBM) lecture at Adsett building.
well, the lecture just shared "The Net (1995)" movie trailer as the class started which might probably related to e-security and cyber crime topic although i felt it seems to be quite outdated.
besides, i was quite agree the statement about "The internet is both anonymous and pervasive, an ideal communication tool for criminal and terrorist group" (Peretti, 2008) according to the slide.
however, i just feel quite sleepy during the lecture after some moment.
frankly speaking, i do feel quite sad about my EBM individual coursework result when the tutor said "don't feel bad if you scored low marks and it is time to move on as you can still catch up the marks during the final exam" in next month. (3th September)
overall the lecture class teaches about the online securities issues, management information system, legislation and prevention guidance, risk management in term of threat and opportunity.
somehow i do agree with her that human nature is lazy and it is all about how you see things of balancing between the risk and opportunity in life.
after the class end, i just following my friend shopping nearby there and finally reach home at 11.30am.
around 12.10pm i make a move from hostel to Tesco Extra with my friend as there was "Share a Coke tour" which can probably get a Coca cola drink printed with your name for free.
upon arrived at Tesco, there was a lot of people queuing up for "Share a Coke in-store kiosks" which allow you to choose the name you would like to be printed on any 500ml bottle of Coke, Coke Zero or Diet Coke that you buy in-store instead of the "Share a Coke vending machines" to get the free 250ml bottle of Coke as shown below.
somehow i decided not to buy when i feel it is not worth to buy the 500ml coke for £1.15 just for having my name printed on because a 2 liter Coke only cost £1 as shown picture below and still need to queue up for almost 1 hour+ according to my friend's experience.
anyways, i just ended up buying the Nutella chocolate spread jam, mango juice and Evian mineral water for £2.90 in total bill when i was influence by my friend that drinking Evian water can help to cure some illness as shown below.
well, the tutor teaches the MWEB case study that related to hacking and security breach.
somehow i still feel sleepy again but this time i was being noticed by the tutor and she said i was sleeping on her lecture class during this morning and i just feel quite embarrassing during that moment.
guess i should think in a better way that at least i getting more energetic to listen her class after being pointed out as a "sleeper".
in fact, i was not sure whether i am sick or not as i was just feeling something wrong but don't know is what.
when she mention about the motivator of a hacker to hack was not only doing it for money but for reputation using an anonymous identity, i just have an "imaginary feeling" which seems like referring myself of the reason that i blogging everyday anonymously using "Lonely Reload" identity was not because of money although i wish i can but the real reason behind was just to hope someone would notice my existence in life when i wondered whether i am really living in this world or not sometime.
anyways, she was right too that money is always be the main motivation of someone doing something other than the reputation, publicity, political and religion factors.
after the class end, i just went to Aldi supermarket to buy something and here goes another £3.80 for buying the bread, hams, hotdog and Tikka sauce as shown below.
then i just watch the 18th episode of "Triumph In The Skies 2" (衝上雲霄II) HK drama as shown below.
in fact, i don't think much people would treasure their friendship to help friends (上刀山，下火海) until that kind of stage in real life.
somehow i just fall asleep upon lay down on the bed and woke up again at 7.05pm when my friend phoned me to have dinner at their house.
well, i just have "Min Hun Ker" (板面) noodles as my dinner although it was not nice to eat and it is better to keep inside heart since myself also not a very good in cooking.
around 9.10pm i reached home and just search some related information while eating another pack of honeycomb crunch from Graze box.
well, it seems that the official day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri was tomorrow (8th August) in Malaysia which is basically a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of dawn-to-sunset fasting.
therefore i would like to wish any reader who celebrate this day a very happy "Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri 2013" although i couldn't experience it while i was in Sheffield UK this year.
Hari Raya 2012, 2011 and 2010 blog post.
somehow i just miss those Malaysian Hari Raya food so much especially the Satay, chicken curry Rendang, Sambal prawn with Petai, Nasi Briyani, different type of malay's cookies and others more when i visits some of my relatives house every year who marry to Malay races.
before i end my post, i would like to share an interesting article about "Why Our Generation Is F*cking Up Our Parent's Hard Work" from Elite Diary as i feel myself "guilty" in some ways.
guess it was right that "Many of our parents are immigrants that came here on a borrowed dollar and a suitcase full of dreams as they worked because they had to in order to survive. They don't mind working because they knew that if they don't work, they wouldn't able to eat. They had no one to fall back on in term of no safety net. Their only options were to either work as hard and for as long as necessary, starve to death, or go back to their home countries where the living conditions were unbearable. Our parents lived in a different time where everyone was looking out for only themselves and the idea of working towards a better world was not something feasible. Our parents had no choice but to work, so they did. Millennials, on the other hand, generally have it much better (especially those living in more modern countries). If we don’t want to work then we can usually get away without working. We can piggyback our way through life, having our parents sweat and bleed for our benefit. Many, if not most, do just that. We don’t feel a need to put in the work and effort because we are not risking starvation" that is quite true.
seriously i just felt so "speechless" about myself after reading the article.
(Self Expenses note: Today £6.70, Yesterday total £32.80, Total up to date £39.50)