Hello world! I want to take the time to inform anyone who still visit this site that Readthispost.com still alive and kicking. Currently there is a lot of design work that I’m doing behind the scene. The site is being restructure to a different genre, possibly to a self-help or life improvement blog. Stay tune for more and thank you for your patience. 🙂
It comes whenever it feels like showing up, unannounced without single warning signs out of the blue.
From time to time, I conditioned my self to be strong, carefree, strong minded and all that extra good stuff. But somehow in a way that I cannot explain depression seems to take over my emotions, this invisible monster takes over without any explanation or guidance, and let me tell you something, I hate it. I hate feeling empty for no reason or perhaps there is a reason(s) that I won’t disclose on this post, but still the bad feeling is indeed there, the anxiety randomly pops up as a reminder that I was never in control to begin with. Yes it can sucks to be me, but fuck it, will fight it, just like the last time.
It will go away, soon or later because that’s how it usually works for me. Just have to let it be and wait until it fades away. This post is for those people who deal with depression, for people who want to overcome its depression. Stay strong, don’t give up because the fight continues.
Hello world! I know that the site hasn’t been updated in some time, but I haven’t give up on it. Just wanted to write a quick update on the site. I’ve decided to remove the ads from the site, honestly I wasn’t to please with the results. Plus, it is clear that the web is shifting to mobile browsing and those hey days of ads clicking advertising are getting outdated, in addition to that, didn’t like the look of them.
As for the future of Readthispost.com there still some things I need to figure out in terms of what direction the site will shift to. Continue check the site from time to time for the latest updates.
This is all for now folks.
The latest version of Google Photos makes it possible to archive photos for safe, out-of-sight keeping. The tool was added to Google Photos 2.15 for Android devices, though it is not yet available to iOS devices or on the web 🙄. The archiving tool now appears within the navigation drawer on the left. A tutorial will walk people through the feature upon first use, after which archived photos can be accessed via the nav drawer.
Update: is now available for iOS.
Here are the nominee for your 2017 board game of the year:
The shortlist for board game’s biggest international award, the Spiel des Jahres (Game of the Year), has just been announced by the German critics’ association that awards the prize. The main Spiel des Jahres award is currently reserved for lighter, family-style games, while the more complex Kennerspiel des Jahres honors deeper or more strategic games.
The final decision will be made this summer, but for now, if you’re looking for something new to play with friends or family, this list provides a nice starting point.
One of the most popular 3rd party keyboards app for iOS has been updated introducing 68 new languages, making it over 100 in total. In addition, this release also introduces two new animated themes called Zig Zag & Cogs, each of which is available in three colors. With this update, You also get an updated app icon and an updated emoji panel with version 2.0, as well as a fresh new look for the Nickel Light and Nickel Dark themes.
Some fun fact, the company was acquired back in 2016 by Microsoft.
SwiftKey is available free on the App Store.
Today Google announced Google Assistant for iOS.
It’s most likely that the Assistant on iOS will be more limited than it is on Android. You probably won’t get the “Always on” hotword system that you get on Android phones, which allows you to just say “OK Google” even if the screen is off. The Assistant on iOS is most likely just an app. The hotword will still work, but you’ll have to have the Google app open. That’s similar to how the “Ok Google” trigger works on the Google app for iPhone today, but with Assistant on iOS you’ll get more functionality.
This is pretty interesting, from the Apple perspective, Siri now has some competition. If you ask me this is great because this can only make Apple continue actively working to make Siri better.
I’ve been a big fan of Shake Shack here in NYC, since forever and this week the folks behind the delicious burgers release their first ever cook book.
Shake Shack’s first-ever cookbook, with 70 recipes and plenty of stories, fun facts, and pro tips for the home cook and ShackFan, as well as 200 photographs.
Follow Shake Shack’s journey around the world; make your own ShackBurgers, crinkle-cut fries, and hand-spun frozen custard shakes at home; and get a glimpse into the culture, community, and inner workings of this global phenomenon.
Check the book out on Amazon for $16.99.
Ever since forever this is what I use every morning to make my coffee before a leave the house. Keep in mind that technically it doesn’t make espresso, because it can’t build that many bars of pressure. But in reality it basically makes something sort of between espresso and coffee, so it’s kinda like a strong coffee hence the term “moka”.
Produces 6 demitasse (2 ounce) cups of rich, velvety espresso in less than 5 minutes
Made of high quality polished aluminum in the classic Bialetti Octagon shape
Max Boiler Capacity : 10(fl oz), 300ml
Patented safety valve; Easy to clean and disassemble
2 Year Warranty, Designed and Made in Italy
You can get the Bialetti stovetop moka espresso maker at Amazon for $34.99.