Bernard Leong

A pragmatic idealist on technology, media and entrepreneurship. Capturing the happy, inspirational & interesting moments of my life, sharing insights and thoughts of brilliant people and giving my short and humble opinions on issues from time to time. You can also check my other blog which I put more effort on deeper thoughts on articles about various subjects.

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Right before a busy week, an optimistic reflection from Fred Hoyle, a cosmologist on life & death. Have a good weekend ahead.

The theory of disruptive technology by Christensen begins with the observation that technologies tend to get better at an accelerating rate than users’ needs grow. From this simple insight by Chris Dixon follows all kinds of interesting conclusions about how markets and products transform and evolve over time.

As we start the week, we need to keep our minds afresh as we face the challenges and battles ahead & here is an advice from Robert Greene, “33 Strategies of War”.

The bridge connecting the Punggol water & Lorong Halus wetland. #singapore (at Lorong Halus Wetlands)

The bridge connecting the Punggol waterway with Lorong Halus #singapore (at Lorong Halus Wetlands)

The Lorong Halus wetland along Punggol Waterway #nature #singapore (at Lorong Halus Wetlands)

The barren granite rocks on the lalang #nature #singapore (at Lorong Halus Wetlands)

The lalang bushes on the Lorong Halus wetland at Serangoon Reservoir #nature #singapore (at Lorong Halus Wetlands)

What is an idealist? Henry Ford offers a very interesting & inspiring quote of defining an idealist. 

I often believe that you should do something that is worthwhile and helps to achieve your understanding as a whole, not to mention your passion on the subject. That makes life worth living and every day an exciting time for you to work towards your dreams. 

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