When I was in Washington D.C. I tried searching for the quintessential place, piece or circumstance that I can share in my social media account (particularly in my unpopular Instagram) that would ultimately launch and make it in-style, so-prevalent and too-widespread.
I then found Artechouse. It is some sort of like a seasonal museum and an art pop-up project with huge multiple projectors all over the wall. On the time of my visit, the exhibit’s theme was fittingly about Cherry Blossoms since it is cherry blossoms season in D.C. Artechouse named it “In Peak Bloom”
Here’s what I got and hope you click and check it out!
Artechouse’s stupendous #inpeakbloom exhibit brought something that is difficult to describe. It is some sort of a contemporary art that seem to have been mixed with theater, music, film and technology that is interactive in nature.
Unluckily and as usual, this post only garnered few likes in my Instagram and it didn’t made me popular. Though my Instagram remained unpopular and bleakly received I realize that this failure didn’t made me less of a person. But In Peak Bloom exhibit, I guess brought in me some colorful peace with bundles and bundles of joy and gladness. I was stupendously pleased to have seen and experienced it!
Ang hindi mag-click ng Instagram post ko na yan, Panget! Hahaha!
The modern world of mobile operating system has been at a war status for quite some time now. The debate, debacle and competition has been so steep, it has actually divided human existence on the planet. It is either you are an Android enthusiast or an iOS devotee.
Techies and interface experts around the world devote heaps of time and brain cells to improve their respective operating system. These techies are out to outsmart their competitor.
With all these rivalry, society has remained divided. Thus, a bridge, an emissary or an arbitrator that can cross and convey impressions from one side to the other is needed so as to keep this world a safer and peaceful place to live in.
A mediator, a go-between, a factotum. That is how I would generally describe Xender, a cross-platform file transfer and sharing app. This amazing app enables Android files to be accepted and recognized in an iOS and vice versa.
xender is one of the first few apps i downloaded in my new ipad air
I have been an Android user for quite some time now but has been an iOS user prior to it. Now that I have a new Apple iPad Air (which I received as a gift this recent Christmas season), I am no longer worried of not being able to intermingle my files between these pugnacious operating systems. And what is more amazing is that its free! Using the Xender app, is like enjoy the amazing features of both Android and iOS worlds.
I hate winding up with thriving colonies of molds and mildews bonding together like concrete on my bathroom walls and floor. That is why habitually, routinely and tirelessly I would scrub my bathroom and my toilet.
Early today while I scour, soap-up and wash my toilet which I consider to be a medieval form of torture, I remember taking photos of public restrooms during my recent trip to Japan. It come not a surprise that this highly urbanized country has technologically advanced and sophisticated toilets. They transformed the basic toilet facilities into ingenious comfort room devices.
To prove my point, here’s one photo of buttons to press of a modern Japanese public toilet inside a mall when I answered a call of nature and do a number two.
Notice those patterns of raised dots? Those are Braille, making this toilet blind-friendly.
I was nuts about the right most button (in the photo). When I pressed it, an artificial sound of flushing waiter played on a speaker inside the toilet to disguise what otherwise obnoxious tune my butthole is producing.
This is old news, but according to Colin Birss, a British high-court judge, Samsung devices “do not have the same understated and extreme simplicity which is possessed by the Apple design”. He said that Samsung is “not as cool”. This court decision refused Apple to be granted an order for an injunction against importing Samsung devices into the United Kingdom and the whole European Union nations.
I guess for all its worth I do agree with Judge Birss that Samsung is not cool enough. Samsung for me is not cool because it is actually blazing hot! As in H.O.T.!!!
This is especially true with Samsung Galaxy Note II. It is an extraordinary phone with hot personality. It is a charming device in a slightly larger-than-life kind of way. Because of this, I made Samsung Galaxy Note II as an early birthday gift to my equally hot self.
my new phone
Now that I am discovering the awesome features of my new phone, I can conclude that Samsung’s claim for innovation has been solidified. Some even believe that Samsung Galaxy Note II is Apple’s IPhone 10 in the future.
For more recent news, in compliance to the same court order Apple initially published a snarky and sarcastic apology to Samsung as if saying, “Samsung is dim-witted and we are the coolest”. This resulted for Apple to be reprimanded by the same British court and was told to fix their apology. On October 25, 2012, Apple published a revised yet still dry apology to Samsung. For me, this juvenile impulse and unsophisticated actuations of Apple is neither cool nor hot. I call it “bitter”.