Anime Collectionary is a new site for all the anime collectible items released that’s anime related. All the items on the site are being submitted by users who own those items, and it’s great for someone who is looking for a rare item that been released and couldn’t get his hands on it.
It’s finally here, a more revealing glimpse of what to expect from the most anticipated project Clandestine. The trailer shows teasers from the first two episodes. Now after seeing that I honestly can’t wait to watch the whole thing. Thousand Pounds are doing it seriously and obviously they’re putting a lot of hard work on it.
Ok I should have posted this the moment I launched my new blog, but I just was lazy about it. Anyhow, it’s about how to add a Home Screen icon of my blog on your iPhone/iPod/iPad(just like an app), if you are a mobile site viewer of my blog then this will be handy for you; it’s simply adds an icon on your iPhone’s Home Screen and with a tap it will take you my blog, that’s it really.
How can you do that?
Open Safari on your iPhone and browse to www.kal01.com
Now, tap on the plus sign +
Then tap on “Add to Home Screen”
Tap on Add
P.S. Make sure you’re in Mobile Site mode which is in the bottom of the page.
Send me your snapshots and show me how it looks on your iDevice
I bet you’ve seen Keanu Reeves’ sad photos, aka “sad Keanu” meme, that’s been around for few months all over the internet. And unbelievably, Keanu just found out about the meme few days ago when he had been interviewed by Vulture:
Vulture: You’re taking over the Internet. Have you seen all the “Sad Keanu” stuff out there?
Keanu: My publicist showed me the photo, but no.
Vulture: There’s not one photo. There are millions. You’re Photoshopped next to kittens and into Pulp Fiction and next to the cast of The Breakfast Club, and in a million different ways. Have you seen those?
Keanu: Oh, that’s funny! No, no, I haven’t seen them.
Vulture: There are millions, really. Google “Sad Keanu.” You haven’t?
Keanu: [Laughs.] No.
A bug found in Safari’s AutoFill feature can allow a malicious website to gather personal information from a users address book card — more specifically: first name, last name, work place, city, state, and email address. There is a published proof of concept exploit for the bug that can be found here. We suggest Safari users navigate to: Preferences > Auto-fill, and uncheck “Use info from my Address Book card”
This is a story of a regular Kuwaiti guy whom I spent my high school years with, and he’s one of my best friends. We graduated from high school he went to Japan to study, and I got into Kuwait University. We’ve kept in touch for all that time, and when he’s done with his ...
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