Ally Rhodes is no stranger to music, with two EP’s and two full length albums already out, she’s got quite the repertoire already. Add this to over 7 Million video views on her main YouTube channel, with over 196 videos 45, 000 subscribers (all stats are as of 28/12/12) and one could already call her a success. But, with the release of her new album, Conversations With A Ghost, it’s plain for anyone to see that rather than slowing down, Ally has only now reached her musical prime and this is aided in no small part to her being able to retain creative control of her own music.
This week, instead of a Pick of the Week, (which had to be cancelled this week due to my class’s trip to Tobago over the weekend) I’ve decided to inform you guys of my Black Friday/Cyber Monday haul. Didn’t intend to spend a lot this year, but I ended up spending a sizable amount anyway. You know how these things are. Continue reading to see the list!
All you Whovians out there, hold on to your Stetsons and Fezes, because The Doctor’s here in this week’s pick!
Alas, my Acer Iconia Tab A500 is beginning to show signs of age. When compared to my S3, the entire thing just seems so sluggish in comparison. It’s still usable, but its probably the next thing that’s due for an upgrade. With that being said, here’s a short list of features I want in my next tablet.
Hey everyone! This week’s pick is a 3rd party app that’s made to replace something that’s been annoying me in Android Jelly Bean: Google Now. Read on to find out more!
This week I’ve decided to feature two apps, but only because they serve a common purpose. Those of you who know me may be aware that I own both a Samsung Galaxy S3 and an Acer Iconia Tab A500. As a result, keeping these devices in sync is a major necessity, especially with games and eBooks.
As part of my effort to make this site more lively, I’ve decided to pick something every week and highlight it. It can be in any of the following categories: Apps, Movies, TV Shows, Music, Books, Games, Articles.
Hey everyone! Some of my classmates made a video for a Inter-School Film Festival and voting for the People’s Choice Award is currently open. The entire movie was written, directed and edited by my really good friend Amir Ali. Kid got skills.
First of all, I’d like to say I’m sorry for my lack of updates over the last few weeks. The reason? School. Is it ever anything else?