13 February 2008

I have a IT emergency here. My barcode printer is DOS-based. The original machine where the driver was installed is dead. I manage to find Windows-based drivers written by a third party but I have yet to test it. Let's hope it works.


Anonymous said...

Firstly, I hope your printer is working fine now. ;)

By a strange twist of fate or coincidence, I came across your blog. Not sure if you still remember me, but its been a long time since I last spoke to you or written to you.

I remember you being quite a eloquent and prolific writer and artist and you still are. :)

Not sure if you still recall who I am, I think it was about ... goodness... 14 years ago? I was in a JC in Singapore and we exchange snail mail correspondence for some time before it died off.

Never really had a chance, but thank you for that time. :) It was something to look forward to with the letters.

Take care.


Chuang Shyue Chou said...


No, the barcode printer is not working. I think I will need to purchase a new one at the cost of a few thousand dollars. What can I say?

14 years ago. Hmm.. Sara Tham, right?

Strangely enough, I heard from a girl whom I have not seen or spoken to since 1985. A good twenty-three years! Can you imagine?

shyue chou

Tim said...

Hey you! When are you going to grace my blog with a comment? I have not heard from one in ages!

Anonymous said...

Yup yup, that's me. :) The last time I wrote to you, you were still in UK studying.

Hope things are well with you? Did you finish your studies? What are you doing now?

Deluge of questions!

That must be a pleasant surprise for you! Meeting up with someone you had lost contact with so many years ago!