Finally wrote up my reasons for ditching my iPhone for a Samsung Galaxy Nexus. You can read about it here.
*This is a profile about a kid I met, Adian, and his struggles with moving from Korea to America and finding his voice. I wrote this for a class but never had a chance to publish it. Originally written 22 February 2010.* Aidan Lee is angry. He is angry because a group of black males… Continue reading Republish: Speaking Up
Today while cleaning out my desk, I stumbled upon a stack of floppy disks. A couple I remember I used for storing my homework. Then I noticed one labeled, "Lewis's Journal: TOP SECRET." I had totally forgotten about this floppy. I went downstairs to fire up the old Dell Dimension 4500S with a Pentium 4… Continue reading Blast From The Past
I read this story and I couldn't sit passively while something so horrific happened. Firefighters from Obion County, Tennessee, refused to put out a fire at a home because its resident didn't pay the $75 fee to contract the fire service in South Fulton because Obion County resides outside South Fulton's city limits. Many rural… Continue reading Firefighters Refuse To Put Out Fire Over $75 Fee
Today I found out some upsetting news. Xmarks, the all-in-one sollution to sync all your bookmarks, passwords, tabs, and histories across multiple browsers and across multiple platforms is going to be discontinuing service in January, 2011. I have been a loyal Xmarks user for years. I even bought their iPhone application so that I could… Continue reading Are We Taking Free Services for Granted?
I refuse to call them XFINITY because I think their attempts to change their brand are futile. No change of name will change the horrible experience I've had with different customer service representatives. Below is a transcript of the dialog I had with a customer service rep of Comcast. Decide for yourself if I'm over… Continue reading What Is Comcast Doing?
When Costco first announced their new Carne Asada Bake, I was a bit skeptical. They did not have proper marketing material out for the Bake. Instead they put up printed pictures of a poorly photographed Bake. Though it did make it seem more authentically Mexican by doing so, it was also veiled in darkness, almost… Continue reading Review: Costco Carne Asada Bake
Inspired by Lifehacker's guide to switching from the iPhone to Android, I'm going to list off the 10 things I miss most about Android after switching to the iPhone. 1) Access to every part of the phone. I miss opening up my phone to swap out the battery after one has died. I miss the… Continue reading 10 Things I Miss About Android
...was wait almost 17 hours in line for an iPhone 4. That's right, 17 hours. I'm not proud of it. It started when my girlfriend, Anne, and I arrived at Stoneridge Mall in Pleasanton at 5am. By then there were hundreds of people already lined up in the brisk morning. We made out way to… Continue reading One of the Dumbest Things I Did Lately…
These pictures are of the photos displayed at the UCI Senior Art Exhibition. I really like the ode to classic gaming within pictures of architecture from Asia.
Gizmodo just reported that Microsoft will be offering a Mac syncing solution for their new Kin phone line that just launched. This is exciting because Microsoft hasn't really targeted Mac users for their products since the introduction of Office for Mac in 2001. What I don't understand is why Microsoft is just beginning to work… Continue reading Microsoft’s A Contradiction
Gizmodo broke a story this morning about the impending refresh of the 4th generation iPhone. Overall, the phone looks very promising and has finally included hardware updates that people have been clamoring for such as a better camera with flash, a front facing camera, and a larger capacity batter. You can read all about it… Continue reading Breaking: New iPhone Revealed