For those who are wondering POV Means Point of View, and yes it is used immensely in the Adult Film industry, however it is not exclusive to it. I came across these videos by way of a post on Facebook by HQHumor which posted a link to

So what are the videos about? Imagine seeing through James Bond’s eyes (or any spy for that matter). Of course put to some really good high energy music. The main character of the video is stealing a portal device, which has the same effect as the Jumpers did in “Jumper”, and is activated by Water (as will become very apparent after watching the videos).

A New game that I thoroughly enjoy.

I am a big fan of MMORPGs (Mass Multi Player Online Role Playing Games) and am a recovering World of WarCrack (World of Warcraft) addict (well, not really, although I did enjoy the earlier versions of the game). Ever since I quit WoW, I have looked for something similar that can keep me enticed.

Hotmail/Outlook forcing recovery options forcing a secure password would be a better option.

Not too long ago Microsoft’s free webmail, Hotmail, got a facelift and a name change. The new Outlook as it is called is now forcing its recovery options on the end user, making them chose between only two options, cell or email. The problem is, not everyone has a cell phone or an alternate email.


Is it possible that we don’t see the same colours?
This question has plagued my mind for decades…

I have several pleasant memories of my late father, but when this question – “Do we really see the same colors?” – hit my mind again today, a not so pleasant memory came to mind. When I was younger, maybe 15 or 16, I posed this question to my father, “What if what I see as green grass, to you is really blue grass, we only both call it green because that is what we were taught?”, the response I got was an agitated “Don’t be stupid”.


Yup, you read the title right, there is a Patron Saint of computers as well as computer users, computer programmers, and the Internet. His name is Saint Isidore of Seville. I only bring it up because I was doing some work for a patron of the Library, creating cards with “A Prayer to Our Blessed Mother”, it got me thinking, who watches over me, a Computer Geek.

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supersuSo my phone updated to 4.3 the other day, didn’t notice much of a change except for the fact my phone was no longer rooted. This was a bit of a pain as quite a few of my apps require root. Take for instance Hola, a program used to fool the internet into believing you come from a different IP so that you can unlock sites like Netflix, Hulu, and Space. Hola, in order to function the way it is supposed to needs root access. Now some can argue that you don’t need root and can use the VPN method of connecting, well if you had ever tried the rooted way, you would know why VPN isn’t the best way to go.

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