2017 is gonna be exciting

Now that I have written my new year's resolutions for 2017, I must say, 2017 is going to be exciting. I am starting school again, becoming a graduate student at NUS and working at the same time. It's going to be hectic, which means less TV, less video games, less everything. But I am going... Continue Reading →

Resubscribing to The New Yorker

Sometime last year, I subscribed to The New Yorker, taking advantage of the 3 month subscription promotion for only $1 an issue for 12 issues. It was a good deal and I had not only access to the latest issue of the magazine, but also it's archive. I loved The New Yorker. Its long form... Continue Reading →

Apple Music vs Spotify. My Personal Take

It's been close to a month since I started using Apple Music, Apple's newest streaming service, out to compete directly with Spotify. As a Spotify user for 6 months prior to Apple Music's launch, there are distinct differences between the two services. Personally, I think Apple Music has a better music collection available for streaming.... Continue Reading →

Subscribed to The New York Times

While you can read any articles on The New York Times for free, you can only do so on a number of articles per month. This restriction is imposed to those who do not subscribe to The New York Times. I recently subscribed to The New York Times digital subscription with smartphone app access. The... Continue Reading →

Digital magazine subscriptions

I have been a National Geographic subscriber for more than a year now. The subscription I am talking about is the digital version of the magazine. It has all the contents of a regular physical magazine, but you read digitally, from your iPad or iPhone. Though you don’t have the physical copy, there are several advantages to subscribing to a digital... Continue Reading →

iTunes Match

A couple of months ago, iTunes Singapore went live. And with it, Singapore customers using iTunes now have access to a huge library of music, and movies in which they can buy legitimately through the iTunes store. Singapore customers also get to use their relatively new service called iTunes Match. I decided to try it... Continue Reading →

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