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My Favourite Free iPad Apps for Toddlers

Ironically after writing a post about the hazards of being connected (due to the ease and portability of devices), I also wrote about my favourite free ipad apps for toddlers. Yes there are advantages we can’t ignore and we have … Continue reading

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Hyper-Connected & I Think It’s Bad for Me

I miss the old days. For me that was the early 90’s before I owned a handphone. I used to focus and seemed to get a lot more done. Things were slower paced at work, but interactions were higher quality. … Continue reading

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I Have to Quit Hay Day

It’s so embarrassing that I keep getting into these phone game addictions. I’m someone who never gambles and don’t see the appeal at all but when the lucky spinning wheel appears in this iPhone game, I get so excited. When … Continue reading

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Getting Rid of Distractions

With the proliferation of the internet and smart phone in our lives, well my life at least, I find myself constantly distracted. Also this constant need to be entertained (which is so easy with the smart phone that it’s becoming … Continue reading

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Waning Concentration in the Age of the iPhone

I often feel like I’ve stagnated if I don’t work on improving myself. But often it’s so much easier to give advice then to take it. You see, I am trying to live up to my moniker ‘bookjunkie’ by getting … Continue reading

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Addicted to Candy Crush

I feel so embarrassed. After I beat my Temple Run addiction and going cold Turkey by deleting it, I am now addicted to a new tetris like game on the iPhone called Candy Crush which practically everyone on the MRT … Continue reading

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8 Reasons Why I Panicked When My iPhone Died

Hope you hop over with me to Guillaume’s blog White as Milk to read about it. My iPhone has since been revived by repeatedly pressing the top and middle buttons and holding for a really long time. At first no … Continue reading

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No More Texting or Tweeting in Bed

I feel a need to declare this on my blog so that I will be accountable and embarrassed if I fail. Have tried to stop bringing my phone to bed, but I always give in to the temptation. It’s an … Continue reading

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How My Life has Changed with an iPhone

Hope you read my post about my life now with an iPhone compared to when I just had a simple Nokia. It’s quite interesting for me to take stock at different stages of my life. And in our world today, … Continue reading

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I’ve Been So Distracted Lately

I feel a bit embarrassed to confess this, but I have been struggling with Murakami’s 1Q84. And to think I call myself a bookjunkie. I like his writing style, but when it comes to content, I cannot relate to his … Continue reading

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