Kimi no Na wa and Koe no Katachi

I think comparing the two films is a red herring because the two are vastly different movies due to their intended theme. Thematically, the two…

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Weezer (White Album) Review

It’s been only less than two years (October 2014) since Weezer’s 9th studio album titled Everything Will Be Alright In The End (colloquially known as…

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Reality vs. Math

It’s been a while since my last post, so I’ll keep this brief (like slowly rising up from scuba diving underwater so as not to…

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This is why you have backups

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Impressions: Apple TV 4

The day has finally come: my Apple TV 4 (32GB) has come in the mail. Funny story – I initially preordered it on Monday morning…

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T-Mobile and the CellSpot: Going Where No Signal Has Gone Before

Today, T-Mobile announced a new 4G LTE CellSpot for its customers, free for Simple Choice customers (although with a refundable $25 deposit and a non-refundable fee),…

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Parting the (YouTube) Red Sea: J-Pop and the Western World

With the introduction to YouTube Red and subsequent changes to YouTube’s DMCA algorithm, there is one market that was seemingly forgotten: J-Pop. Since announcing paid subscriptions…

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Watch This, Apple Watch: Apple Has Sold More Than $1.7B in Apple Watches

Incredible numbers coming out, though it isn’t easy to say if it is accurate given the method of deduction. From Number 8: 8. Apple Watch, which…

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Apple Cash In the Stash? Oh, Just $206 billion

Simply astounding. Enough to give each American a check for $646, almost enough for a single iPhone. The digital gadget maker’s cash and investments during…

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The Martian: Maybe Leaving Him There Would Have Made a Better Film

The title is harsh, I know. But it speaks a lot of truth to my feelings towards Andy Weir’s The Martian. Much like my review…

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Steve Jobs: Meet Aaron Sorkin

Day’s almost over, but I just came back from SF after watching Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin’s movie Steve Jobs. I’ll give a short and…

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Battery Drain: Facebook Admits Abnormal Battery Drain On iOS

Today, Facebook admitted that it’s most popular iOS app abnormally drains the battery on iOS devices. Facebook’s Engineering Manager Ari Grant took to (you guessed…

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Quick Tip: Another Way to Delete

It’s been a slow news day (for me at least), so today I’m going to tell you all about a shortcut for the delete key…

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Flash Fiction 1

IT was not uncommon for people this day and age to start suffering from the plague. Rendered useless by the previous excursion, high command was…

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Project (RED): YouTube Goes Paid

According to the Official YouTube Blog, YouTube is going to release a completely paid-tier for their online video-streaming service, dubbed “YouTube Red”, no doubt a…

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Apple TV 4 Pre-Orders Open October 26, Starts Shipping the Following Friday

Today, Tim Cook participated in WSJD, a technology conference hosted by the Wall Street Journal. Amongst the regular talking points and standard questions, the CEO…

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