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[1: 1,812 of 10,000] An Apple

In Journal on November 23, 2016 at 12:00 AM

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It is nice to be a child. We may argue that children are dependent to adults, susceptible to learning the wrong things, or too delicate to face the real world. What is the real world anyway?

I will share a secret about the spirit of a child, they are never afraid to do what they love, to show their crafts, and truly never thinks, ‘Oh this is too embarrassing!’ They just go on the stage, perform, and more so when encouraged.

When I was a kid, I was invited to a party including my dear mother. The party host opened the floor that whoever can perform will get an apple. I don’t exactly remember my motivation, whether I wanted the apple, to show off in front of a crowd, or simply just the joy of entertaining. My mother gave me a nudge; and without even hesitating, I got up, took the microphone, and performed. I must have recited a poem and got an apple home.

As I grow as an adult, there are moments that I hesitate thinking I will look like a fool; but then again I say to myself, ‘So what! It is better to speak my mind that being silent and expect others to read my mind.’

Real world is where we can always try to be the best that we can be. If we make mistakes then we found a wrong way and could move on to the next until it leads us to the right path. Life is a journey with pauses to take a breather, which we got accustomed to think that it’s a destination. I invite you that let us show off what we love.

[1: 1,173 of 10,000] My Very Own Sleek MacBook Air

In Review on October 12, 2013 at 12:00 AM

I am converting into MacBook Air.

macbookairI don’t say I didn’t love Microsoft for a very long time but I was convinced that iPhone is a great smartphone for me and I am willing to become an expert of MacBook this time. Change and learning new things are good and a wonderful exercise for my brain. Although I am still purchasing the Microsoft Office for Mac because I can’t totally abandon my beloved MsOffice just like that.

I got myself an 11″ MacBook Air because of the following reasons:

  1. It is super light! Air that is!! I am tired of carrying heavy laptops.
  2. It is thin that is just perfect to my cute hands.
  3. It is my very own. I can blog and put my very personal files.
  4. It looks really really sleek.
  5. I shall belong to a group called Apple babies.

[1: 902 of 10,000] iPhone

In Journal on January 17, 2013 at 6:30 PM

Today I am trying iPhone because someone gave it to me!

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I have always been a Nokia user because I am indifferent with iPhone and Blackberry. I am not really eager to be sassy and catch the latest craze on mobile handsets. Past Facts: I usually drop my phones and lose them (I hope not this time around). I survived with a phone that allowed me to make calls and send SMS then receive both in return.

Being part of the iWorld I am not sure how will this change me, but I am guessing nothing really or is it too soon to say? The 2 new apps I made sure I got are Twitter and Instagram and quite frankly I am fine with that.

[1: 762 of 10,000] It’s Time ♥ Imagine Dragons

In Review on September 15, 2012 at 8:40 AM

I watched Apple Special Event online and heard this up beat song used for the video capturing the opening of a very chic Apple Store in Barcelona.

I like the lyrics, the melody, the voice and just the totality. Good job from Imagine Dragons, a US band.

So this is what you meant
When you said that you were spent?
And now it’s time to build from the bottom of the pit right to the top
Don’t hold back
Packing my bags and giving the Academy a rain check

I don’t ever wanna let you down
I don’t ever wanna leave this town
‘Cause after all this city never sleeps at night

It’s time to begin, isn’t it?
I get a little bit bigger but then I’ll admit
I’m just the same as I was
Now don’t you understand?
That I’m never changing who I am

So this is where you fell
And I am left to sell
The path to Heaven runs through miles of clouded Hell right to the top
Don’t look back
Turning to rags and giving the commodities a rain check

I don’t ever wanna let you down
I don’t ever wanna leave this town
‘Cause after all this city never sleeps at night

It’s time to begin, isn’t it?
I get a little bit bigger but then I’ll admit
I’m just the same as I was
Now don’t you understand?
That I’m never changing who I am

It’s time to begin, isn’t it?
I get a little bit bigger but then I’ll admit
I’m just the same as I was
Now don’t you understand?
That I’m never changing who I am

This road never looked so lonely
This house doesn’t burn down slowly
To ashes!
To ashes!

It’s time to begin, isn’t it?
I get a little bit bigger but then I’ll admit
I’m just the same as I was
Now don’t you understand?
That I’m never changing who I am

It’s time to begin, isn’t it?
I get a little bit bigger but then I’ll admit
I’m just the same as I was
Now don’t you understand?
That I’m never changing who I am

[1: 391 of 10,000] Farewell Steve Jobs

In Article on October 6, 2011 at 9:11 AM

A day after the launch of iPhone 4S, Steve Jobs at 56, died of pancreatic cancer.

When you visit the Apple website today, October 6, you’ll see his dignified photo in the most classy, sleek, and iconic presentation:


He was inspiring, creative, and a genius.

He made technology a fun thing to be part of our lives.

He set a new standard of being cool.

He left a legacy worth remembering in history: A great man who used his talents to change the world for the better.

If you would like to share your thoughts, memories, and condolences, please email rememberingsteve@apple.com.

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