It’s here again, but this time with a lil difference. An addition to the family. Welcome little princess!
p/s: sorry for the very rare update on life. Now you know why.
Now, back to hiatus, i guess? Happy Eid Mubarak guys!
update on my facebook
apparently it is free for another 13 hours when this blog post is written.
im in the midst of changing to a bigger (hopefully better) hosting that is located locally, so site might be offline for a few days or so.
oh btw, i officially, but not permanently, am off from that bloody addiction called facebook. *sigh* what a relief (so far). it is for an apparent reason of real-life-first basis that i do this, as a trial; to see how much does that platform changes how i live my daily life. will be blogging more here i guess. back to oldskool style.
writer’s block. but at least i’m not snooping around, stalking and trolling people. there is too much hatred and idiotic ideas floating on said platform that i think i am beginning to be an avid believer of those sometimes-it-sounds-real kinda things. life, is less troublesome now. yes.
It looks like WhatsApp will soon be able to support animated GIFs. According to the latest beta release for its iOS app, the app will be able to load and auto play GIF links right from your conversation.
According to @WABetaInfo, a Twitter account that tracks changes to WhatsApp beta updates, the latest WhatsApp version 18.104.22.168 will play GIF links. This means that you will no longer have to exit WhatsApp and open up the link on a browser just to see what your friend is sending you. The changelog also notes that the version of WhatsApp will allow users to save GIFs “as a simple image”.
Sadly though, if you were hoping to share GIFs like you do on other messengers like Facebook Messenger, you won’t be able to do so. The changelog says that you cannot directly import GIF images, only links, which will load in the conversation itself.
Other changes in WhatsApp version 22.214.171.124 for iOS include improved encryption, the ability to temporarily add a participant in a chat group, plenty of improvements, but fixes and more. Check out @WABetaInfo’s Pastebin post for the full change log.
Nah, GG sudah la ni?
official news stated (well, I heard this on the radio on may way to work) that Singapore will cuts off internet to their government offices, with limited access to limited people. but they can still open facebook and watch youtube or tweets via their handphones.
IIRC (if I remembered correctly) their web was hacked back in 2013, and takda orang nak tanggungjawab. so everyone gets the chilli paste on this. haha. padan muka, lets wait for this to happen to us in Malaysia also. tak lah sibuk makcik2 semua nak berjualan dan bergosipan scara online. do it on your own time, own device, I guess.
well, not much news actly, just reaching out once in a while. w00t
As some of you might already know especially Dota 2 fans and gamers alike, the playoff section of The Shanghai Major championship begins today. While there are many ways to watch the tournament online including Steam, Twitch, or through the event’s official website, fans and gamers are now able to see it live on Astro as well.
Just like the previous Dota 2 Frankfurt Major which was also shown live on the satellite TV, the live telecast of The Shanghai Major is available for free for all Astro subscribers on Astro SuperSport Plus (channel 808). Additionally, viewers – both Astro and non-Astro subscribers – are also able to watch the event through Astro On-The-Go platform either through its website or mobile apps on Android as well as iOS.
According to the information that we received from Astro, The Shanghai Major telecast runs from 10AM to 11PM for today and tomorrow while it will be shown from 10AM to 10PM on 4 and 5 March. On 6 March, the telecast starts at 10:30AM and ends at 5PM.
The Shanghai Major is the second event within the Dota Major Championships for 2015/2016 and it offers a total cash pool of USD 3 million (about RM 12.49 million) with USD 1,110,000 (about RM 4,624,371) from that amount alone will be awarded to the champion. At this stage, there are 16 team competing for the top prize including Fnatic which is led by Malaysia’s own Mushi.
soscilinya: Astro FB