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iOS 7, the Terrible.

October 31, 2013
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iOS 7, the Terrible

I remember September 20, 2013, the day the new iOS 7 was released by Apple, which coincided with the International Peace Day. I saw the little “1” symbol in my iPhone settings informing me that the iOS 7 is now now available for download. I thought about clicking it, but then decided to wait....

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THE LEGENDS AND MYTHS of SAN FRANCISCO

September 10, 2013
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Ahh, San Francisco, the city by the Bay, so colorful, so pretty, so different and desired. So many people dream about visiting it and even more aspire to live in this illusive city. Having lived in San Francisco Bay Area for more than 10...

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True Bay Area hippie tells all about the 70s in “A Decade in the Life of Dr. Zorro”.

July 25, 2013
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True Bay Area hippie tells all about the 70s in “A Decade in the Life of Dr. Zorro”.

“Not the slightest drop of lie”, “This is how it was” says Patrick Killeen about his self-expose of true hippie adventures of himself (disguised as Dr. Zorro in the story) and his friend Dutch from Bay Area that took them hitchhiking all the way...

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SOJA, Los Rakas, House of Blues and Yoga

May 13, 2013
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SOJA concert in Chicago's House of Blues, May 10, 2013

By Oksana Koval. Friday May 10 was an unusual night in Chicago in so many ways. Some say this was the best SOJA concert ever. For me, this was...

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Japanese conglomerate buys Sprint and US Cellular

April 22, 2013
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Did you know that Sprint just bought US Cellular in Midwestern USA? And coincidently, a Japanese media conglomerate SoftBank bought Sprint for $20 billion, half of SoftBank’s worth, which...

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Quick Shopping Guide: How to spot GMO

April 3, 2013
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Quick Shopping Guide: How to spot GMO

Since GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) are still not required to be labeled in U.S.A., it might be tough to spot them in the supermarket. Here is a great tip:...

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