The Journal of Adrian Lee | Singapore

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“Life is a university. Take notes. Today is a memory of tomorrow. Every moment is a story to tell.” ~ Adrian Lee | Singapore

Hi, I am Adrian Lee from Sunny Singapore. My passions are in computers, cars, cash, cooking and my children. How many C’s?

In this personal blog, I journal my life’s lessons.

Enjoy!

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PS:

My Wish List

  1. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (S$1398 Nov2018)
  2. Samsung Galaxy S8 (S$1148 Nov2018)
  3. Samsung Galaxy S8+ (S$1298 Nov 2018)
  4. Xiaomi Mi A1 (S$288/S$338/S$360 Nov2018)

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AdrianLee

I am Adrian Lee from Sunny Singapore. My passions are in digital electronics, quantum physics, and exploring lifestyles. In this personal blog, I journal my thoughts and lessons. Enjoy!

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  1. Buying a new 88-key digital piano in Singapore
    I am searching for Digital Piano in Singapore Online
    – Yamaha vs Casio?
    – Second Hand? No.
    – Read reviews
    – Weighted keys?
    – Digital piano vs keyboard?

    Yamaha Digital Pianos
    http://sg.yamaha.com/en/products/musical-instruments/keyboards/digitalpianos/

    Casio Digital Pianos
    https://www.facebook.com/CasioElectronicMusicalInstruments/

    Lazada Digital Pianos
    http://www.lazada.sg/digital-pianos/

    Qoo10 Digital Pianos http://www.qoo10.sg/su/410869525/Q100206579

    Want
    – 88 keys
    – brand new
    – portable
    – high sensitivity
    – on sale and promotion
    – affordable price- below S$1500.

    Other Digital Piano shops in Singapore:
    – The Pianist Studio http://bestpianosingaporesale.com/
    – City Music http://www.citymusic.com.sg/categories/Digital-Pianos/44
    – Absolute Piano https://www.pianokeyboard.com.sg/promotion/
    – Play By Ear http://www.play-by-ear.net/store.html

    Other Digital Piano brands:
    – Roland
    – Korg
    – Kawaii

  2. Thanks to Josh’s article, I can now sleep well knowing it’s only a seasonal holiday dip in website traffic… http://www.joshcanhelp.com/seasonal-web-traffic/

    Also this article… http://yakezie.com/204526/featured/seasonal-online-traffic-growth-throughout-the-year/

    High Season

    January: All those new year’s resolution folks.

    March-May: People looking for tax help.

    September – November: Catching up with all the things people should have done while on summer vacation.

    Low Season

    June – August: Summer vacation.

    December: Winter vacation, but gearing up towards the new year again.

    Then it’s good to know that the seasonal pattern is different for different industry…
    http://www.brafton.com/news/cheat-sheet-seasonal-traffic-trends-data-align-industry/

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