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New Design, New Face, New Start

November 5th, 2007 · 7 Comments

A Door Knob

“A new door is opening, what will you see….”

You are seeing this new design of my blog theme is because I want it to mark as a new start not only for this blog but for myself too.

(photo source: www.photonpaint.com)

During the past couple of weeks, things have changed tremendously in my life. I feel that now I am so excited yet so …. Therefore, I have decided to change the theme of this blog, not only that, many interesting category and post will be coming soon…

I was thinking what shall I remain and what shall be removed in this exercise. I was thinking of removing post related to Xinyi from this blog and to simplify the profile of myself so that this blog may seem to be more professional, instead of personal.

Just when I was thinking hard about it, my learned friend, Larry, advised me that I should not remove Xinyi’s posts and should always remain my personality in this blog. What a enlightening advice!

I think Larry was right, this blog should remain it personality as the name itself is already so personal “LawEddie.com”, which is my real name indeed. Moreover, I believe a personal blog will earn more trust and credibility than an anonymous blog. People always feel more comfortable to know who they are dealing with or talking to. One of the successful personal blog in Malaysia is www.liewcf.com. Of course, I think my blog will never be as successful as Liewcf (though we have the same surname in Chinese, haha!)

You are most welcome to give me your learned comment on the New Design or new category of my blog like what Larry did, so that you can also be part of my New Start.

Tags: Blogging & I

7 responses so far ↓

  • 1 someone // Nov 5, 2007 at 11:29 pm

    Your blog has always been an inspiration for me to write.

    As for me, I am still looking for some solid and suitable topic for my blog. For the time being, I’m just ranting here and there.

    Just one comment..

    On you previous layout, it seems that there are some display problems when viewed using Firefox. It seems that the layout and paragraphing is a bit distorted. It is fine when using IE.

    I’m not sure if the same problem still persists in this new layout. I’ll try to randomly check your different post to see if everything is working fine.

    Till then, I’m looking forward to more interesting post on this site.

  • 2 Eddie Law // Nov 5, 2007 at 11:37 pm

    Wow…you are like a “guardian angel” to my blog. I really appreciate it.

    Thanks a lot, brother.

  • 3 kitkat // Nov 6, 2007 at 1:10 pm

    This theme is definitely suitable for lawyers… the black & white makes it very legal, haha. Just wondering, is it only Malaysia lawyers that use Black & White? What about lawyers in UK, USA & Australia etc?

  • 4 Irene // Nov 6, 2007 at 8:14 pm

    OH MY! Hahaha… Interesting! Same surname, same theme. Thanks for dropping by~

  • 5 Eddie Law // Nov 6, 2007 at 11:53 pm

    Kikat – yes, i believe all lawyers wear black and white, except the ancient chinese lawyers, i guess.

    Irene – thanks for visiting.

  • 6 Neo // Nov 7, 2007 at 1:16 pm

    I remember watching the LA Law TV series in the 1980-90s. I don’t think they wear black & white uniform. Arnold Becker wears nice Giogio Armani suits.

  • 7 Eddie Law // Nov 8, 2007 at 7:06 am

    Neo, Hahaha! This is another thing you need to be careful when watching show related to court trial.

    For instance, Malaysian and most of the Commonwealth countries lawyers don’t walk around in court when arguing a case. It is nothing like what is shown in movie. In real life certain law practice may be dramatic but definitely not in court.

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