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Reviving this blog :)

For the next few weeks, i would revive this blog, it might not be totally tech/programmer related but it would be more of me :)

Music
To start of here is what i was listening to a lot last week:


Google Plus
Im also moderating Android apps over at Google+
https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/106613657957316793538

IOS
If your using ios/iphone, this is one of must try application Rondify (This is the spotify version), its an app that it would use the phone's accelerometer to position the sound on your earphone when you move the phone around, if you want a more they do have a gadget that you could put on your headphone on their website. http://rondoplayer.com/

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