Square Enix

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So I decided I’d jump back into my video game routine again and play something decent for once instead of all those pick-up-and-play games. Upon looking for a game I could really immerse myself into, I thought of Final Fantasy for some strange reason. Now a chunk of the population might also say Final Fantasy as well, just because the series is so well developed with rich game content and a likeable plot line. As most of us would know, Final Fantasy is developed by Square Enix, who are responsible for a number of well received game series and stand alone titles as well. Keep reading

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Adobe Photoshop CS4 and Computer Problems Galore

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I made the decision to update my Photoshop CS3 to CS4 yesterday and while the installation went successfully and I love the new interface they’ve used, I seemed to have some issues pop up after restarting my PC. First thing I noticed right off the bat was iTunes refused to open my database file so all my play counts, ratings, and playlists went out the window. So I ended up creating a new library and importing all my content into it, which I will now copy and backup the database file after making any major changes or additions to from now on because losing all that metadata is not really a nice feeling at all. Keep reading

The Fragility of Human Life

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I heard on the evening news today that two students who just graduated from high school had been killed in a car collision. One of these two students I once knew back in junior high and although I wasn’t very close to them, I still feel deeply about what had happened to the individual. It goes to prove the point that human life is undoubtedly delicate and so fragile that like a snap of the fingers, a human life is ended instantaneously without second thought. Keep reading

Google Chrome

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Everyone uses the web to do all sorts of things these days, whether it is email, online banking, games, or watching videos. The web has evolved with leaps and bounds in the past decade and now has the capability of doing more things than ever. Of course while the web evolves, the web browsers are continually trying to catch up to meet the latest standards the web uses to ensure a smooth end user experience. Keep reading

Movie Review: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

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I have to admit, for the 25% of the movie that was devoted to the dating and relationships Harry and friends were involved in, the lines they said were pretty darn hilarious, albeit cheesy at the same time. They did however put a Quidditch match in this time, which made me happy because Order of the Phoenix didn’t have one. Keep reading

Apple

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Millions of people around the world know and love the Apple brand, but why is that? What does Apple do as a computer and consumer electronics company that makes them more popular than their competition? I’ve decided to provide an in-depth exploration of why I believe they have become so successful in the past decade. Keep reading

Twitter

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For those who don’t already know, Twitter is a phenomenal service that gets users to answer one simple question: “What are you doing?”. Now there are many people who use Facebook, and those who do know that they can perform a “Status Update”, which is much the same as what Twitter does. But while they both serve the same purposes, the major difference between the two is that Facebook is a closed network and Twitter is an open one. This means that the only people who can view your status updates in Facebook are your friends and anyone else you authorize to see your profile. Keep reading

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