My blog is so nice; too bad Im not using it anymore :)
I am completely caught in a twist of work. I have not been posting for a long time; I dont even remember how to do that anymore :-/ There surely is another reason for that. I have bought a new MacBook, so completely fallen into a gaming sphere on Windows 7. Hopefully be back ASAP…
Looks like the first time in my life, I got lucky. I have bought the new iPhone 3GS 16 GB for just about 30 euros (877 Kč) @ Vodafone eshop. Apparently they were having a ten minute mistake, while selling those for incredible prices. But was it truly a mistake? Some may say it was a great marketing coup to attract more visitors afterwards. Anyhow, I was pretty happy to have this first-ever-lifetime chance.
When summarizing my blogging experience, there still was one issue, that didn't let me sleep well; viagra. One of the world's most massive promotion campaigns of viagra spam knocked over at my door, too. My blog started to be an ultimate lair for various kinds of not-only viagra spammers. The situation became entirely relentless, so it forced me to include a simple spam captcha to the comment form. But how about the product itself?
It is no secret, that WebCoffee was completely presented in my final school thesis. After the idea of a blog creation came, I needed to find any theoretical explanation of the subject matter. It took me no long to find D. M. Scott's The New Rules of Marketing and PR. The book not only gave me the essential reference background for my thesis; it opened my eyes in sense of the upcoming era of the new web and it's work with the society.
Since I've jumped into the print sphere back in 2006, there still is one problem that bothers my life quite much: tranparency. Whether using tranparent psd files over at Illustrator or just tunning the artwork with a native Illustrator effects, the output files usually end up somehow messed up. Because I'm surely not alone struggling with this issue, decided to give it a post with demonstration of the actual problem.
It finally has come. The neverending part of my life is succesfully gone. Last week, I've finished my studies at the university, with an engineer degree. When looking back, still can't believe, that such a zero can achieve this post. One thing is for sure though; I am pretty much of a multifunctional that could be evident. Going through various kind of education facilities, never knew what in the life could I be good for.
PSP is an old affair; at least for myself. As a fan of handheld devices had to have it back in 2003 though. When digging even deeper, Sega Game Gear was the first of my life. Never had Nintendo, but looking at Wii nowadays should be starting to think about one. If talking about iPhone, it originally was not ment to be a gaming device. There is „no“ gaming ground on Macintosh computers. Should it be on iPhone then?