Perhaps the best thing about the future is that it comes one day at a time.
— Dean Acheson.
This is one personal journal/memo for me a SOL (Slice Of Life). So to start one evening on clear night sky, my girlfriend who was currently staying on province said she’s on the mood. At the time, where far from each others place and we only message each other through couple’s app. She asked if I could give her a naughty story of what I would do to her when we see each other (that’ll be happening in 2 days time).
I imagined doing her in multiple places and events. After that, I tried to jack off while creating a surreal story of what I would do to her. Piece by piece sending her the story through the app, she read it and guess what she fell asleep. LOL (Laugh Out Loud) and I don’t know if the story was kinda bit boring though. Anyways, imagining her makes me feel horny again. I’ll just call it a day.
We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.
— Walt Disney.
Recently, as you may have notice from my post. I’ve tried to build a hackintosh1 but my WiFi and BT (Bluetooth) card are not compatible or does not have compatible Kexts (stands for kernel extensions which is a driver module for macOS).
As the BT card installed in my laptop still consumes power, I did become curious on how to disable it. I have tried many ways that are not destructive which corresponds to software config modification. There are success in destructive way according to some forum but I don’t like those (e.g. like soldering certain part of the half-mini PCI-E or PCI Express board and or removing completely the PCI-E board) . I’ll try to explain what works for me in disabling the BT without touching the internals of the laptop.
First and foremost, you need to disable the power state of the BT driver.
Everything about Mark Zuckerberg is pure hacker. Hackers don’t take realities of the world for granted; they seek to break and rebuild what they don’t like. They seek to outsmart the world.
— Sarah Lacy.
Sometimes I need to talk to someone about some things and sometimes the conversation and rapport part doesn’t work out. Here are the things I’ve learned on how to have a good conversation to anyone.
Don’t multitask. Be present. If you’re the one talking, would you be happy if the listener is doing many things and like don’t care? So be present and active.
Don’t pontificate (meaning – express one’s opinions in a way considered annoyingly pompous and dogmatic.). Don’t just butt in when someone is speaking with their mind. Its considered rude to just cut someone who is talking, I think its same for every culture.
Use open-ended question. Go with questions that will create discussion not just question with a single word could answer.
Go with the flow. Follow the flow of the dialogues, and if you don’t like the subject of the discussion you can always say what you have in mind.
If you don’t know, say that you don’t know. Don’t be the all-knowing guy. Nobody likes the person who knows and pretend to know everything. Just say you don’t know if you really don’t know, and say no to smarty-pants.
Don’t equate your experience with theirs. Experience vary from person to person. It has different levels of emotions involved, don’t try.
Try not to repeat yourself. Speak clearly and with proper tone so the listener will know the intention.
Listen. Always listen, a great listener can be the most reliable person.
Be brief. Get to the point and don’t confuse the listener of what you want to say.
That’s all the things I’ve learned with having conversation to different people and walk of life. Hope you guys, enjoyed this article and as always live life!