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    Thursday, December 30, 2010

    Well, the Inevitable happened..

    I've been too lazy to do this, and it was part of my 2010 new year's resolution, and thank god, done right in time for 2011.
    I wanted to import my Blogger account here, but it needed me to fix allot of things in the formatting. I'll get to it in the near future, but for now, the blogger account will remain active, feel free to visit at any time. And I promise you, this is the last bookmark you'll have to modify, since I know the HUGE number of you out here so annoyed by this..
    *sigh* -_-
    anyways, I'm actually thrilled about this new move, and I managed to fully customize and upload my designs in nothing more than 2 hours. And the iPad/iPhone publication app made life that much easier. No, SquareSpace did NOT pay me to blog an advertisement about their service, HOWEVER, my pay pal account is always there. Always. There. *wink*
    Let me know what you think :)

    p.s. the website theme is just a beta i had in my psd folder, am still working on the final design. This theme was a good graphical test though, so input on loading times can be very helpful :)

    Wednesday, December 22, 2010

    One Year, and Counting..

    Dear "those responsible for the following"..


    So, just incase you thought you were able to invent a time machine to pause everything until you felt like pressing "play" again, reality outside your offices beg to differ.

    What is it this nonsense i speak of?
    Allow me to elaborate..

    Tuesday, December 21, 2010

    It's been a "Mobile" Year..

    I think 2010 will always be seen as the year Mobility came of age.. Seriously, talk about a Blooming mobile 2010..

    Or, just watch this..

    Friday, December 17, 2010

    Why my Playstation booked my couch for 2011..

    Well, I've got 12 reasons for that..

    Like every end of year, rumors about game line ups for the year ahead are usually debunked, confirmed, or the crappy confirmed-but-delayed-even-more. And 2010 had an explosive start, but not so much of a sustained momentum in keeping you stuck on your couch (assuming you didn't spend two quarters of this year trying to survive Demon Soul).

    What's different about 2011? Well, let's just say that all the major releases are set on dates that pretty much distribute evenly around the year. How good are they? Since they're mostly continuing installments of games that really blew me away (and many would agree), those developers better not ruin the gigantic amount of anticipation they're creating with those trailers.

    There are a couple of new releases that i've been waiting for since last year, so i'm am pretty much moderately excited about those, but make the jump to see why 2011 might be a good year for antisocialism.

    Saturday, December 11, 2010

    "Saudi Citizen" is an Oxymoron..

    you cant help but feel the frustration. In this country of mine (if its even politically correct to utter such a phrase), i can't seem to find the slightest hint of what am i supposed to be and/or do. Yet, somehow, I came to the conclusion: probably the definition of the term "citizen" in the edition some authority figures studied in school is completely different than the new modified, sugar-coated, hilarious-at-points, edition that i studied and was supposed to act out. And I believe this not just me, but anyone else for that matter. Anyone who doesn't seem to have the country's name in his/her family name, that is.

    This is the part where you either agree to that last notion, and make the jump. If you happen to disagree, am kind enough to let you know that you won't like where this is going :)