Randy Pausch’s Last Lecture

Randy Pausch, the CMU professor who gave the famous last lecture last year, has just passed away. Coworker Ming told me about this lecture and I watched the entire video in one sitting. Then I watched it again. It’s very inspirational and makes me hope that more professors in the world could be influential like

Express Shopping Spree

Over the weekend, I went to my neighborhood mall and bought three shirts, one pair of pants, and a belt from Express Men. I like the design and love the colors from this store, but the stuff is so darn expensive!  $235 retail price for merely five items!  Thank goodness for sale deals, coupons stackable

Study Tower Collections

Two years ago I posted one of these pictures on my old blog.  It’s now time to finish the collection. 2004-2005 Course 1 Exam FM 2005-2006 Exam M VEE – Microeconomics VEE – Macroeconomics VEE – Regression Analysis VEE – Time Series Exam C 2006-2007 FAP Modules 1~5

PS3 & Dynasty Warriors 6

A few weeks ago, I got a Playstaion 3.  This is my first current-generation video game console in 12 years.  Compared to my PS2 Slim, it’s a monsterous beast. After buying my PS2 last summer and Dreamcast near the end of college, I had no patience to wait for a second-hand PS3 in the PS4 era.  It’s


Wall-E is yet another cute & hilarious Disney-Pixar masterpiece, and its storyline is one of the very best so far – on par with Finding Nemo and the two Toy Story classics. I saw this with Phil and Julia over the opening weekend.  Coming out of the theater, I was speechless.  So I dragged Hong to see

Blog is Back

After a long period of inactivity due to study schedule, followed by server upgrades which seriously messed up stuff, I was finally able to pay some attention to kingofmath.com again.   So the blog is back with a brand-new look.  b2 had served me well, but it was approaching five years old, not to mention how