I love reading. But, how good a reader am I? If we measure it by the number of titles I read last year, the answer varies depending on who you are.
Excuse me for this one post please. I know not all of you own Nintendo 3DS, and this video might confuse you. But for 3DS owners, this could feel like an epic video. Seriously. It’s an honest 3DS review presented in catchy tunes of Carly Rae Jepsen’s popular song Call Me Maybe.
If you happen to own a 3DS, jump right to the video, listen to the lyrics, and you’ll see that we can very much relate to it. ^.^
Thank you, Ellie Rae Wolf, Tyeforce and StreetPass Arizona. You guys made my day!
Recently I had an odd encounter with a long-time-forgotten habit that I thought I should not have done any longer.
If you are new to Islam, or if you know someone who recently accepts Islam as their religion, here is Welcome to Islam: A Step-by-Step Guide for New Muslims written by Mustafa Amar. It is a really nice, sophisticated guidebook written in English. You will find inside such helpful information as prayer motions, dress code, food you must not eat, challenges you might meet in your journey as a new Muslim and more.
Best thing about the book? You can read the full version for free online. ^.^ Good luck!
Blogging is easy. Blogging regularly is not. Fortunately, there is Trello for that. It is a project/task management application created by great folks in Fog Creek, and it has helped me publish one post a day on this blog. Here is how I use Trello for blogging regularly.
One thing I learn from being a journalist is what I believe every writer and blogger should also learn: Keeping a notebook. At. All. Times.
As the owner of an iPod touch (iOS), a Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (Android), a Lumia 800 (Windows Phone) and a Gemini (Blackberry), I have downloaded hundreds of mobile apps. A lot more are offered on App Store, Android Market (now part of Google Play), Windows Phone Marketplace and Blackberry App World. These following apps, however, are the ones I never found there, yet in fact the ones I need the most.