Below are today’s smartphones. Dem pass phones – dem be powerful, networked multimedia computers. Come see them over the next 10 years, dem for don get far more advanced.
Honey, a talented graphic artist and designer wey come from Philippines, na em dey turn bananas into organic works of art. Her only tool – a common safety pin.
To do these works, Honey needs between half an hour and two, after which she go photograph them and chop the fruit. “It’s fun! You guys should try it some time,” she yarn.
Tommy Edison dey blind but that one no fit stop am from achieving all that he wan achieve.
Em don work as a traffic reporter for a Connecticut radio station, take photographs and critique movies – things wey dey normally require reasonably good eye sight. Em get one great website where em dey put em reviews and talks about being blind. Continue reading
Zombies don dey take over the world o. Everything now na Zombie this, Zombie that.
Even the fluffy teddy-bears sef don join the ‘epidemic’. Thanks to english artist Phillip Blackman, 45, from Suffolk, England…
Birth supplants death.
Our tears of sorrows, condemned, become laughter of joy.
Congrats, Kasey & Neemath on the new birth (Valentina):
Valentine is here once again with the atmosphere festooned in red and labelled with an irresistible attraction of fun. For the hedonistic, which I myself couldn’t claim a neuter, it would be a time to check out the most resplendent of bars, where magnificent foods and wine are served and where the atmosphere is rife with histrionic blues to drive home our points to that special girl, who had our minds riveted on “forever-after stories” for far too long.
While these roses, chocolate bars, teddy bears, cards and frames fly without wings and nestle in the comfy of those we share these feelings and thoughts toward, I extricate myself from the purview of norms and break the barrier of tradition to effect the real value of what this celebration has on me.
How do we celebrate love? Continue reading
This na the Facebook Deactivation agreement signed between a Boston father and em 14-year-old daughter. The daughter go get $200 if she no log into her Facebook account for the next five months. hmmm…
This na to break her Facebook addiction.
The girl’s father, Paul Baier yarn “It was her idea, which I fully support,” “She wants to earn money and also finds Facebook a distraction and a waste of time sometimes.”