But hey, while you're here, enjoy some recent Blogdrive entries:welcome tinydealMoshi SenseCover,
la custodia sensibile al tocco
Questa volta iniziamo con un video che
vogliamo spieghi, meglio di mille parola, come funziona Moshi SenseCover, la
prima custodia in assoluto ad essere sensibile al tocco:
Una custodia inizialmente doveva
proteggere, successivamente ha anche aumentato lâ€™autonomia del nostro
smartphone, fra poco addirittura ne amplierÃ la memoria, abbiamo visto da non
molto la Mophie Space Pack, ma una custodia che fosse sensibile al tocco
dellâ€™utente non la si era ancora vista, non fino ad oggi.
Lâ€™idea Ã¨ stata del leader mondiale Moshi
che ha dato vita a SenseCover accessori mac
mini, che abbiamo appena visto come funziona. Quanti sono contrari alla
custodia a flip, che si chiude a libro, giudicata spesso destinata alle persone
Ma quanti, perÃ², ne vorrebbero una per
proteggere meglio il proprio smartphone. Certo, perÃ², che Ã¨ scomoda, Ã¨
necessario aprirla per sapere chi chiama e per rispondere alla chiamata.
Con la nuova Moshi nulla di tutto... (more)
The Common IllsBarack and his
Barack and his 'gutless' problem
CBS News reports
US President Barack Obama stands accused by former CIA deputy director
Mike Morell (now an on air expert for CBS News) of failing to grasp what
is taking place in Iraq and the potential threats that may emerge. He
calls into question the focus and intent of Barack's mission or
'mission' in Iraq.
The criticism comes as Iraq is on fire and Barack's poll numbers remain
low. The criticism also comes as Barack delivers what some saw as a
hard hitting speech on the beheading of a journalist only to possibly
weaken his own words with the actions that followed.
Leslie Larson, Stephen Rex Brown and Larry McShane (New York Daily News) report:
The vacationing commander-in-chief, after promising a relentless hunt
for the terrorist butchers of a U.S. journalist, teed off on a Marthaâ€™s
Vineyard golf course just a short time later.
â€œObama is more dedicated to golfing than he is to... (more)
ambroTurning Point -
How many turning points does an average man experience on his lifetime?
Once, twice, thrice?
I feel like it is an ever growing never ending turning point, when you decide what to eat, what to wear, what to drink, where to go, what movie to watch, where to hide, whom to talk, how to exercise, how to sell, what to improve, where to travel, whom to love, how to live...never ever ending.
What's your turning point?
Do you possess a mirror? You looked like a complete wide shouldered hobo.
What's up with you kids face? I hope it will eventually grow into it.
No engagement ring anymore. Can't say I'm surprised.
I used to think you were something but today made me realise how below that estimation you were. Thank you. You are no longer part of my time.