Saturday, January 26, 2013

iPhone 5's headset

It's posh!
The headset was cradled in a minimalist apple transparent box to shoo away the entanglement moments of the cord.

I remember in flashback the bio of Steve, he mentioned that unboxing an Apple device must create "impute".

I myself has to open a Merriam-Webster to define that word. Impute is a transitive verb defined to put responsibility of righteousness and delight to a certain thing or emotion.

Now connect the dots. I was awed not only when I was unboxing this hottest masterpiece of Apple, I was actually having a jaw drop moment when I saw the slimness of the fone and the packaging of the headset.

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Puppy Teaching a Mini Puppy Go Down the Stairs

Small things in life are truly the harbingers of smiles and realizations of contentment. This almost 2-minute clip of a pup help fellow pup made my heart grow fonder BIG time for my adoration with dogs.

I remember when i was a coach/sme back in 2008, that when a newbie comes in to the team, you get to give your most caring, best display of good attitude and impart to them the culture and process knowledge that it shan't be passed along just because you have to but because you want to accomplish a sense of fulfillment.

Adorable indeed!


How to Mark All Emails as Read on Your iPhone?

Most of us enjoy the benefit of having multiple Inboxes (due to multiple email addresses), and whenever we get email notifications, we get to see number of emails unread badged on the upper right corner of the iPhone Mail App, this gives the OC feeling to everyone to open the app, only to find out that most of those emails were spam or FB/Twitter  notifications. Basic instinct, we tend to click edit>select those emails> and press the trash button, but what if the list goes on and we don't have time to delete everything at hand, yet, there's this dilemma that we don't want to see those 34 badges of unread mails.

Here's a surefire way to mark them all as read without undergoing the long process of tap select delete.

  1. Open up the Mail app and tap the Edit button.
  2. Select one message.
  3. Press and hold the Mark button at the bottom of the screen.
  4. While still pressing and holding the Mark button, tap the email you previously selected to unmark it.
  5. Release the Mark button.
  6. Tap the Mark as Read button.

And yeah!, everything is now marked as read. If you wanna do the reverse, all mails will be mark as Unread.
Wishing that there's a feature like this in Outlook.


Saturday, January 05, 2013

KoliJay December Holidays 2012 in Manila

Hey Brother Jayson and Sister Arlyn,

Grab these if you may...

I've more images to upload but i gotta run for the W.S.


My First Post in 2013

Try it before you complain... :)