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  • Perodua Discontinues Order Tracking Page?

    Perodua Discontinues Order Tracking Page?

    Perodua used to have an order tracking lookup page. What you do is you put in your VSO (Vehicle Sales Order) number and you can check out the status of your order. This VSO is […]

     



  • Petrol prices to go up again

    Petrol prices to go up again

    Petrol prices in Malaysia are expected to go up again because of the hike in crude oil prices worldwide. One barrel of crude oil went up to an all time high of USD$60 (roughly RM228) […]

     



  • Keadilan Powered by Mambo!

    Keadilan Powered by Mambo!

    Mambo is quickly becoming the defacto CMS because of it’s extremely easy to use interface, wealth of add-ons and templates and also because of the security issues that plagues the Nuke series of CMSes. Parti […]

     



  • One Up For FreeBSD Evangelists

    One Up For FreeBSD Evangelists

    “I wouldn’t have to create Linux if there wasn’t any lawsuit against BSD in the early 90`s. It wouldn’t be necesary”. – Linux Torvalds. [ Source ] I predict this line would be quoted by […]

     



  • Rafidah’s Cheap Shots At Mahaleel

    An article in The Edge Daily on 28th June 2005… Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz has told Proton Holdings Bhd not to point fingers at others for its own shortcomings, […]

     



  • Perodua Myvi Handbrake Problem

    Perodua Myvi Handbrake Problem

    A forumer dawn at the Perodua Myvi Forums has alerted us of a problem with the Perodua Myvi rear drum brakes. Apparently something is wrong with the left rear drum brake, causing the handbrake to […]

     



  • WordPress 1.5.1.3 is Out!

    WordPress 1.5.1.3 is Out!

    The latest version of WordPress is out. It’s recommended that everyone upgrade to the latest version because of a vulnerability on the xmlrpc.php file in the distribution. Or as a temporary fix, you can delete […]

     



  • Volkswagen and Proton

    Volkswagen and Proton

    Volkswagen and Proton does share some similiarities. Both have been labelled as People Movers, providing affordable cars to it’s respective countries. Proton has been unable to break that generalization, but at it’s current stage I […]

     



  • Malaysia’s New Automotive Policy Delayed

    Malaysia’s New Automotive Policy Delayed

    Why am I not suprised? :roll: Government delays new automotive policy Tuesday June 21, 2005 THE government has delayed its new automotive policy by two months to September from July, International Trade and Industry Minister […]

     



  • Tengku Mahaleel Critics Government Auto Policies

    Tengku Mahaleel Critics Government Auto Policies

    Jeff Ooi blogs Proton CEO Tengku Mahaleel’s criticisms and opinions on the national autombile industry as he was interviewed by Oriental Daily News today. An interesting read. He bashes other national car makers like Inokom […]

     



 

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