Wednesday Clicks

Its Wednesday today and you know what that means, more interesting links out! I have for one thing learned recently that it takes friggin a lot of discipline to work and study at the same time. Anyway, before I skew off even more, let’s check out what is new this week.

  • I know everyone is waiting for the iPhone 3.0 OS to be release for their iPhones. Well this isn’t really a link but here are some links to some new applications which will be launched as well. Tweetdeck for the iPhone (YAY!) and MapQuest is releasing their alternative software to the GoogleMaps.
  • I posted in last week’s Wednesday Clicks about a video which theBackPackr created for the McDonald’s competition to win the iPhone. Guess what? They won the challenge and are now proud parents of the iPhone 3G.
  • There are rumours of a leaked press material for the upcoming Nikon D300s. I am not too sure myself if it might be real.
  • If you wanted to know more about Adobe Lightroom and how to maximise your workflow, Jon Low, a professional wedding photographer of IdealWedding has just the right answer for you. Thanks so much for sharing Jon!
  • Check out Timothy Tiah’s blog post on his holiday to Phuket. For those of you who are curious on just who Tim is, he is one of the founders of NuffNang which is a blog advertising network. One of the reason why it’s up on this week’s WC is that there is an interesting link in his blog post I found, it was in regards to a travel agency which handled his trip, PYOTravel.Com. I checked out the site and it definitely has very cheap prices. Site booked marked.

Before I finish this post, I would like to remind you that there are 3 ways you can eat “pan mee”.

The first way, which is the most common one is to eat it in the form of a noodle soup.
soup
Image source: Eating Asia

The second way is to eat it in the form of dry noodles with an accompanying bowl of soup.
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Image source: Eating Asia

The third way, which I think this new restaurant is trying to revolutionize, is to eat it frozen.
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Dang, chilly “pan mee”, do you top it up with ice cream?

Anyway, this is another branch of super kitchen’s chilli pan mee which is located in SS2, near Ang Kee restaurant and further down from Kayu Nasi Kandar behind Lim Mee Yoke restaurant.

  • thanks for the mention dude 🙂 i should also go pan mee for lunch one day, may be thursday

  • Chili pan mee again! I think these are signs that I must go eat.

  • is that noodle soup call "Pan Mee"?

  • pan mee…yummy