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As promised

As promised a blog post by the weekend ha-ha. Sorry for not posting much recently it has been beyond hectic over the past few weeks. For those who don’t know over the past few months I got enrolled on a apprenticeship course with digital marketing mentor I’m glad to say i have passed the course and achieved a Btec in Social media marketing which is something i am quite proud of as it’s a very new course and not many people have them.

Currently I’m looking for a job which is proving pretty difficult i have sent my CV out more times than i can remember. Some companies get back to you while most don’t and if you have ever been unemployed or looking for work there’s nothing worse than when a company doesn’t get back to you insert sad-face haha. Maybe it shouldn’t be a big deal and could just be my naive view of the world as this is the first time I’ve been searching and applying for jobs. Hopefully something will come up soon i have 2 new leads i need to follow up so fingers crossed.

Over the past month plenty of things have happened the iPhone 5 has been released Nokia have stepped up their game and are starting to comeback at the competition Apple vs Samsung has turned in to an interesting monster Apple won but now Samsung are suing Apple plus apparently Samsung sent the 1billon dollars in truck loads of Cents. Also with Apple’s IOS6 update removing Google maps and replacing it with Apple maps has been more than a fail.The current big news is Windows 8 and the iPad mini so far i can tell you that the iPad mini is expected to be announced/released on the 23rd of October 2012 which i will blog about in a later post.

Many thanks from @jamese986

London’s Calling – Let the games begin Part 1

Londons calling

Let the Games  begin

The London 2012 opening ceremony kicked off at 9pm yesterday (Friday 27th July 2012) it started off with a very picturesque farming landscape somewhat reminiscent of the shire from lord of the rings.  The scene showed Britain before the industrial revolution had took place. With Danny Boyle at the helm he made sure the themes for the ceremony remained secret until the very last minute. However it was apparent quite quickly after the farming scene that the ceremony would focus heavily on Britain through the ages.  After the farming scene low and beheld the mighty Kenneth brannagh came out playing the role of the famous the Victorian engineer sir Isambard Kingdom Brunel. And the farming scene quickly ended and emerging from the picturesque farming landscape came a roaring industrial Inferno Recreating a very detailed picture of Britain as the industrial revolution hit And Britain became the workshop of the world. Giant Smoke towers soared into the sky and a river or molten iron ran through the set. It is estimated more than 2,000 people took part in the industrial scene and they were all dressed in period clothing it is worth saying that many of the dancers/performers volunteered to be in the opening ceremony. Towards the end of the industrial scene there was a short period covering the world wars where the performers paid respect to the fallen. At the same time this was happening 5 glowing rings appeared and came together to form the legendary Olympic rings.

Apple quietly quits claiming that its Mac OS X is virus proof

Apple quietly quits claiming that its Mac OS X is virus proof

Apple have quietly changed their view that the Mac OSX is virus proof its not the biggest announcement of the year but it is a more important one. apple used to say “It doesn’t get PC viruses” its been replaced by the statement “It is built to be safe” this decision comes only a couple of months after thousands of Apple Mac’s got infected with malware. However, the occurrence should hardly be surprising given the number of Mac’s Apple has sold.

-Fake meat: is science fiction on the verge of becoming fact?

Guardian.co.uk – Fake meat: is science fiction on the verge of becoming fact?.

Extremely strange indeed leave a comment and let me know what you think

personally im thinking its a bit too like something out of  mary shelley’s Frankenstein