Sunday, March 21, 2004
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Saturday, September 07, 2002
Monday, July 29, 2002
Friday, June 28, 2002
Say hello... and wave good bye
Well, I'm gonna go back to Hochiminh city after 3 months in Berlin. It's a nice city: clean, tidy, beautiful and quite safe.There are lots of things to see here: Ku'dam Avenue, parks, museums, towers... How can I return here someday?
Good bye Mr. Prufert and IIJ which I have been working with. Good bye dear lecturers. Good bye partipants from Africa, South Asia and South East Asia. Hope to see you again someday, somehow.
I just think it's a very very nice vacation.
And now, back to the office again. Oh, no...
Thursday, June 27, 2002
Wednesday, June 26, 2002
The New York Times site V The Washington Post site
I prefer The New York Times webpage (NYT) to The Washington Post (WP) because the NYT provides a wider range of news stories and services. Inspite of being a little too busy and too long, the NYT is fairly easy to navigate with a navigation column on the left as well as different main sections at the bottom. I aslo like the NYT because it has a section for breaking news which is updated quite often.
The WP is more users-friendly in the way that it does not require for supscription, even it is free. It also looks lighter.
Germany enters its 7th World Cup final
Germany stopped South Korea's dream run with a 1-0 victory to reach the World Cup final for a seventh time.
Michael Ballack scored the winning goal 15 minutes from time but he will miss Sunday's Yokohama final, against either Brazil or Turkey, through suspension.
Germany, who won the title in 1954, 1974 and 1990, were matched throughout a thrilling, end-to-end game by Asia's first representatives in the last four who were backed by a fervent crowd of 65,000.
Playmaker Ballack, booked in the 71st minute for a foul, scored the winner four minutes later, following up from close range after his initial effort from an Oliver Neuville cross was punched out by goalkeeper Lee Won-jae.
Brazil and Turkey play the other semi-final later today in Saitama, Japan. Germany have never played the four-times winners Brazil in the 72-year history of the World Cup.