April 18, 2013

Dansai Bunri no Crime Edge - Episode 3 [v.P]

Recap Ep 1: 

This anime is about a boy with hair cutting fetishes and a girl whose hair cannot be cut, and their fateful encounter. (Or so it seemed).

Recap Ep 2: 

We learnt that the girl, named Iwai, is the offspring of the Queen of Hair (I know... it's lame), who left two curses when she died, first of all her offspring would have cursed hair that cannot be cut, and secondly there would be people who owned special tools, called 'killing goods', and these tools would 'possess' their owners, called 'Authors', and force them to murder people. The Queen promised that whoever first kills Iwai gets to have a wish granted, namely the removal of the 'killing goods' curse. The MC's (male), called Haimura, ancestors owned a set of killing goods, namely a pair of scissors and said ancestor was involved in a huge murder crime; now that the killing good is in Haimura's hands, he has the urge, or rather the scissors force him to have a cutting fetish. After Haimura learned that other Authors are out to kill Iwai he swore that he will be the Queen's (Iwai) knight and protect her.

Ep 3:

xkcd: Authorization

So true in many ways, our laptops and smartphones contain everything about us, the services we use and our lives stored in digital format. Once that central account has been compromised, everything else about us is compromised. Everything is in the power of the hacker, except the installation of drivers.

[via xkcd]

Android App Spotlight: Google Keep

Google Keep
As an Evernote myself, I find keeping lists of tasks and quick notes of meetings quite easy to manage. With Google Keep, it is even now easier to manage these tasks with a simple app on Android. Much like Evernote, Google Keep allows you to quickly capture what’s on your mind and recall it easily wherever you are. You can create checklists, enter a voice notes or snap photos and annotate them. Everything you add is instantly available on all your devices – desktop and mobile.

With Google Keep you can:
  • Keep track of your thoughts via notes, lists and photos
  • Have voice notes transcribed automatically
  • Use homescreen widgets to capture thoughts quickly
  • Color-code your notes to help find them later
  • Swipe to archive things you no longer need
  • Turn a note into a checklist by adding checkboxes
  • Use your notes from anywhere - they are safely stored in the cloud and available on the web 

Uta no Prince sama Maji Love 2000% - Episode 3 Review [v.P]

Heya guys, we thought we would spice things up a bit on our blog, so I'll be posting (at random intervals) about the latest anime episodes that I've been watching. Note that I'll be writing about my personal views, opinions and speculations, of which I do not intend to offend or harm anyone, and I will be posting screenshots so there will be obvious spoilers, so don't say you're not warned.
To start this segment off, I shall review for you episode 3 of my favourite/biased anime UtaPri!