Being a blogger often means that your voice is primarily heard through the written word. As a reader you have to imagine what the writer may sound like in real life. At least I personally do. When an opportunity presents itself to have a blogger you follow be a guest on someone’s podcast, I’m always eager to listen to it to finally hear the real voice of the person whose writing I enjoy and admire greatly. If you have been following my blog for a while now and have always wondered what the lady behind simpleek sounds like, this is your chance!
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If you own a smartphone you probably have a bunch of apps installed to your device. Apps that are designed to organize your life and ones meant to kill time while waiting in line at a grocery store or doctor’s office. What’s nice about apps are the convenience and ease everyone has to find and download what they’re looking for. With the millions of apps flooding the App Store and Google Play Store, it can be overwhelming to decide what’s worth downloading and installing to your phone. It’s even more difficult to figure out which app will be the latest popular fad of the moment. The FaceApp app has the honor of being the hot item of the moment.
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Television has changed dramatically in the last few years. Gone are those days when you had to either rush home to catch your favorite TV show at the time it airs, or setting up the VCR or TiVo to record an episode while you’re out. Digital streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime have made it easier than ever before to watch your shows whenever and however you want. With the ease and accessibility streaming services have given us, is it trickier to really sit back and fully soak up the show we’re watching?
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When CD Projekt Red revealed more information about their current project Cyberpunk 2077 at E3 last month, those who have been watching this video game closely had every reason to be excited. Not only did gamers get new footage of the game and a release date (April 16, 2020), there was that big unveiling that Keanu Reeves would be in the video game playing a major character named Johnny Silverhand. The hype factor for Cyberpunk 2077 ballooned ten-fold. Long after the conclusion of E3, more news and interviews about the game’s development and features have been coming out since then.
The more we know about Cyberpunk 2077, the more the temptation to throw money at this game keeps getting stronger and stronger each day. This brings me to my own personal conundrum I have been struggling with as of late—should I pre-order this video game?
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The old adage, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” is one we hear constantly but isn’t always practiced as much as we would like it to be. What we say and do to everyone we meet matters, and a kind word or action holds as much power as negative ones do. The anime film A Silent Voice examines what happens when we don’t treat each other with compassion and understanding.
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