Showing posts from July, 2013

This made me laugh

Pretty geeky but it is funny, took me some time to work out what 7 represent :-) Corina Marinescuoriginally shared to Mathematics (Videos/Pictures): Cute idea ;)

Brilliant Read :-)


Brilliant little piece from Jeff Jarvis on the Chromecast

Jeff Jarvisoriginally shared: Google just demoted your television set into a second screen, a slave to your phone or tablet or laptop. With the $35 Chromecast you can with one click move anything you find on your internet-connected device — YouTube video, Netflix, a web page as well as music and pictures and soon, I’d imagine, games — onto your big TV screen, bypassing your cable box and all its ridiculous and expensive limitations.

Unlike Apple TV and Airplay, this does not stream from your laptop to the TV; this streams directly to your TV — it’s plugged into an HDMI port — over wi-fi via the cloud … er, via Google, that is. Oh, and it works with Apple iOS devices, too.

I’m just beginning to get a grasp on all the implications. Here are some I see.

* Simply put, I’ll end up watching more internet content because it’s so easy now. According to today’s demonstration, as soon as I tell Chrome to move something to my TV, the Chromecast device will sense the command and take over the TV.…

Chromecast is the way Smart TV should have been designed from the start

Before Google I/O I wanted a couple of things to be announced and one of which is a new Nexus Q. I also hoped that the way it should work is more of a streaming device and connects everything you own. I can't be bothered to rewrite what I said but man they basically did everything I wanted them to do with the chromecast, and for $35 USD man it is so cheap.

If you are interested on what I wrote, check out the link below to my post and read point 4.


Richard Tan - Google+ - 5 things I would like to see at Google IO Lots of rumours…


Kina Grannisoriginally shared: if you haven't seen it yet, check out our "Cups" cover ft. Kurt Hugo Schneider, Sam Tsui, Alex G and myself!

Cups - Anna Kendrick Cover (Pitch Perfect) ft. Kina Grannis, Kurt Schneider, Alex G & Sam Tsui

Congrats to Will and Kate for their new baby boy... Sure thought it was gonna be a girl though :-)

Google UKoriginally shared: It’s a Prince - sign the card & send your congratulations.

On behalf of the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, +Clarence House  has announced the birth of their son, who was born today at 4.24pm BST in London.

Join us in marking this historic occasion - simply +1 this post from Google UK to add your profile picture and name to our special online card, which you can see at

To write a message to appear on the card, reshare this post and put your message in the text of your reshare. A printed version of the card will be presented to Kensington Palace.

We’ll be closing the card to new entries on 6th August, for more details visit

Is this the new Moto X?

Дима Прокопенкоoriginally shared to Android Authority (Phones): Motorola’s upcoming ‘Moto X’ (Rogers Exclusive)

21.49 5.6k run for #jpmorgancc run

And I came 3rd overall for RBS team. I am pretty happy with that :-) London

Getting ready for my 5.6km #jpmorgancc run

Just did a 6KM run in 23 minutes and 16 seconds in preparation for the JP Morgan Corporate Challenge in London on the 10th July. Aiming to beat 25 minutes 34 seconds I achieved last year. Hopefully this year I can get pass people in all that traffic :-)

The picture below is my running number and on the bottom right is a QR code which you guys can scan and see what time I really achieve.

How British and Americans accents sound like to each other...


Nice example of auto awesomeness from Mike Elgan

Mike Elganoriginally shared: Amira's paella!

This is why Google invented Auto-Awesome!

(Made by +Amira Elgan.)

Google Reader is no more!!!

Oh well today is the last day to export your feeds, so if you haven't done so go do it now. I am expecting an update to Google Currents now as Reader is dead, wonder if we see something soon....