Where to Find Cute Android Cases

I like to collect phone cases. I see them as an extension of my style, and I often switch them out to match my outfits, the season, or whatever suits my fancy. They’re a great way to show off my personality in a device that’s integral to our everyday lives.

But, I am also an Android user. Moreover, I use a less popular Android phone, an LG G4. I don’t have any thoughtful reason for using it over iOS, except that I’ve had Android phones for so long that I’m more comfortable with the platform. Read more…

Ten Things I Love About Overwatch

By the looks of the comment section in my last post, it seems that everyone and their mother has heard of Overwatch. I watched Day9‘s playthroughs of it during closed beta, but I didn’t decide to purchase it until the actual release. Both a good and bad decision because this game has taken over my life!

I haven’t had much experience with multiplayer FPS save for a very brief stint in Team Fortress 2, so I’m very green to the scene. Read more…

I Still Don’t Get Twitter, Sometimes

Over a year ago, I wrote a confused blog post titled “I Still Don’t Get Twitter.” I received a dozen comments with readers adding their input: what they use it for, what they get out of it, how I could use it, and so on.

I appreciated those comments, and I did start using Twitter more often after that entry. I soon saw its value for myself. Twitter allowed me to connect with my readers, to promote my blog that yielded even more readers, and to otherwise share things about myself that might not have warranted an entry. Read more…

Converting an Old Windows Laptop to Ubuntu

For one of my rainy weekend projects, I converted my old Windows laptop to Ubuntu! It was a fairly simple process, and it runs great on old specs. Converting to Ubuntu is a lot easier than it sounds. You don’t even have to wipe your current operating system to run it. If you have an old computer lying around, a fresh install can give it some new life.

Why Switch to Ubuntu?

Ubuntu (and Linux in general) has several advantages:

  • Open-source
    Not only is open-source software free to use, it has the benefit of many developers reviewing and contributing to it.
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LG G4: All About My New Phone

I hesitate to call this post a review of the LG G4 because it’s not written as a technical article. There are no hard spec sheets, no benchmarks (though I did run one for fun), or side-by-side comparisons against other current flagships. This is just a personal entry on how the LG G4 is working out for me and my needs.

I’ve been in the market for a new phone since my HTC One M7 caught the very unfortunate pink camera defect last year. Read more…