Today, I came to know about another issue with IE browser. Apparently, IE browser does not allow cookies from sub domains that do not follow URI RFC. I wasted a few hours of my time trying to figure out why cookies were not working on my test site. Turns out this was the case.
IE why? why do you have to suck?
First time campers
The year was 2011 and the month was December when we jet set ourselves on to a long road trip down to Melbourne and then to Adelaide. The road trip wasn’t a big challenge for us however, it was the idea of camping all the way that made us a little nervous at the start. The reason being we had never camped out before. As nerve racking it was, it was also exciting as we were pushing ourselves to do things that we have never done before. In the heat of excitement, we went shopping every weekend to find ourselves involved in price checking and then buying most essential camping requirements such as tent, sleeping bags, etc. By December 23, we were all ready with our camping essentials and we also had all our amenities sorted out. We were excited about how the road trip was going to be and how we would survive camping (if we would).
Today is November 30, which means today is the last day of Movember. For those of you who are not aware of what Movember is, it is a campaign whose aim is to raise funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and depression. I have supported this campaign by donating my face or in other words, i have sprouted moustache on my face just to look hideous so other people can have a laugh about my face and at the same time donate for my effort to support this great cause.
I started Movember since last year and as always, it is a time filled with good and bad moments. Good because you know you are donating your face and looking hideous for a great cause. Bad simply because you look hideous and every time you look at the mirror you keep wondering who that person in the mirror is. All in all, i don’t mind, having moustache for a month :)
Typical Coffee Bean
They say everyday is different and everyday you get to do different stuffs. Today was different for me because i got to try the Vietnamese coffee that my baby got me.
History of Vietnamese Coffee
Historically, Vietnam is one of the most important countries involved in coffee cultivation, and today is the world’s second largest producer of coffee (second to Brazil), a fact that comes as a surprise to most coffee consumers