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“Money makes the world go round.”

Sad, but true. Taking a somewhat socialist view on the topic, as well as including the fact that both of my parents are unemployed, money is a key thing in almost anything one does. However much I try to disregard and not use the monetary system, it is a must in the present world. Everything requires money. Nothing is free.



Reflecting on my previous interview for BCA two days before, I realize that may have completely screwed it up. Although I replied well with lengthy responses for many of the questions, I find that I “blanked out” on questions like, “What are your hobbies?” and “What do you wish to accomplish in the 4 years that you would be here for?” My posture was off as well – but I least I stayed relaxed throughout the entire thing. The one thing that seems to have benefited me the most is that I learned how to finally keep calm instead of shaking like a maniac with nervousness. I presume that I most probably will not get accepted, but I believe that it was a nice experience overall.

China now leading source of iOS, Android activations

There’s proof of China switching to consumerism.


Flurry iOS/Android China/U.S. device activations Q1 2012China could soon be the most important mobile market in the world. Not only did the country become the leading source of iOS(s AAPL) and Android(s GOOG) device activations in the first quarter of 2012, according to new research from Flurry, but it could enjoy the world’s largest installed based of mobile users before too long.

Flurry’s data–gathered from the analytics software that its clients install in their apps–shows that China accounted for more iOS and Android device activations than the U.S. for the first time in February. Around 24 percent of activations running either of those operating systems in March are expected to come from China, according to projections for the month, while 21 percent of activations will come from the U.S.

China’s growing influence in mobile isn’t really a surprise to anyone paying attention to mobile developments, but the February milestone is worth noting nonetheless. In just…

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The date is March 21st, 2012, and I have just created this WordPress account. This will be a place for me to share epiphanies and sudden thoughts or viewpoints on life. It will be a private recollection of thoughts, however, feel free to view and comment on anything you would like.