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Dear Santa Claus,
I’ve been a very good boy this year. Wait, that’s a lie… I’ve been a little bit naughty, but my boyfriend already punished me in ways which I cannot share with you. Rest assured that I’ve received fair punishment for my naughty deeds and that I’m now filled up with nothing but goodness. So, please would you send me the following goodies for Christmas…
- Apple iPhone 4S
So that I take great pictures and make awesome videos for my blog. There are hundreds of really cool iOS apps that I already downloaded, it would be nice to actually have an iOS device.
- Apple iPad 2
So that I can save the planet by reading e-books and digital magazines instead of cutting down trees for printing physical paper books and magazines. Also, I think that the iPad is just really cool and therefore I really want one.
- Apple Macbook Pro
So that I can blog on-the-go, not being chained to my desk. With one of these I’ll also be able to go write in my favorite places of relaxation and mediation, like the garden, the local park, or a coffee shop offering “bottomless” coffees and teas. This will make writing a lot easier, since being stuck at a desk causes major writers-block.
If you give me the above, I promise to be a “good boy” until next Christmas. I know that this may seem a bit demanding since there are so many other boys out there who also want the same, so even if I can only get one of the above, that’ll make life a whole lot better!
I’ve written my address on a napkin and hid it inside your enormous beard, just dig in there to find out where to send the gifts.
Alternatively, if you’ve lost the napkin you can CLICK HERE to send me enough cash to get the gifts myself.
David Venter. xoxo
We all know that Siri is the best voice recognition / virtual assistant, but Microsoft now claims that their “TellMe” service on Windows Phone 7 is similar to Siri on the iPhone 4S. I think not…
Here is a video comparison between Microsoftt’s Tellme and Apple’s Siri. The results speak for themselves.
[ Source: Tech AU ]
While the rest of the world complains about summer being nearly over, here in South Africa we’re yet to experience the season of suntan. Spring is just around the corner and temperatures are already rising. Wait what? Why am I blogging about the weather? Anyway…
I braved the day by wearing a short sleeved shirt for the first time in months and it turned out quite well.
Sorry about the bad picture quality.
Here in Africa we cannot afford decent cameras. This picture was taken with my BlackBerry which isn’t exactly made for photography; It is more of a nerdy 90′s business phone. Even my iMac takes better pictures. Regardless, I still love my phone because without it I would be really “stuck” although I do really want to upgrade to an iPhone soon because I am a faithful iDouche (as Bryanboy puts it) and I do want everything Apple!
Thanks for tuning in. Till next time… xoxo
Introducing LiveProfile, the fast, free and easy way to stay connected with friends on any Android, iPhone or BlackBerry device. LiveProfile combines the ease and convenience of a real-time mobile messenger with social-style profiles, pictures, videos, status updates and more.
A better alternative to SMS text messaging, LiveProfile allows users to communicate with lightning-fast message delivery and reliability. Unlike text messaging, LiveProfile displays when messages are delivered, read, and even when the recipient is typing a response, making it feel closer to a live conversation.
To download and install LiveProfile, visit the Android Market, iPhone App Store or BlackBerry App World and search “LiveProfile” or visit www.liveprofile.com/get from your mobile device. And while you’re at it; feel free to add me: LiveProfile PIN: LP8QNVGD
Another great alternative is WhatsApp, but it requires you to give out your actual cellphone number in order to have people add you to their contact list and vice versa.
I’ve been using Dropbox for quite a while now and I must say that it’s one of the best file sharing /syncing applications out there, and best of all; it’s totally free! You don’t get better then that. Who is going to say no to a 2GB Free online file storage, sharing and synchronization application?
So what exactly is DropBox and how does it work? – Dropbox is software that syncs your files online and across your computers and mobile devices. Put your files into your Dropbox on one computer that you’ve installed Dropbox on (Windows, Mac, and Linux too!) Because a copy of your files are stored on the Dropbox’s secure servers, you can also access them from any other computer or mobile device by also installing the Dropbox application on the other computers and mobile devices, or by using the Dropbox website.
With Dropbox, your files are always in sync. – Let’s say you’re editing a document at home. As soon as you click ‘Save’, Dropbox will sync the same file to all your other computers and mobile devices instantly and automatically. It’s as if you saved the document to all of your computers. This gives you freedom to work on any of your computers and always have the files you need.
Dropbox let’s you share files easily. – You can easily share entire folders or photo albums with DropBox. Simply put the folders you want to share in your Dropbox, and invite people to them. You can also send people links to specific files within your Dropbox. This makes Dropbox perfect for team projects.
With Dropbox, online backup is automatic. – Every time you put a file in your Dropbox folder it is automatically backed up to secure servers. If your computer has a melt-down your files are safe on Dropbox and can be restored at any time. The free 2GB account is perfect for backing up of documents. Dropbox offers larger accounts (up to 100GB) for backing up your music and video collections.
Dropbox let’s you go back in time to undelete or undo changes to files. – Every time you save a file in Dropbox, Dropbox syncs it to secure servers. Dropbox keeps a history of every change made so that you can undo any mistakes and even undelete files. By default, Dropbox keep the last 30 days of undo history for all your files. Dropbox also has an unlimited undo option called “Pack-rat”.
Don’t you think that it’s about time you get a Dropbox? – Click here to get it now!