January 11th, 2013

Nerd Herd

Samsung Galaxy S3 – My new phone

By Clayton

Samsung Galaxy S3I’ve decided that after almost 3 years it was time to trade in my Blackberry 9700 (Bold 2) for a much more modern phone. I went with the Samsung Galaxy S3, because it’s the hottest Android phone currently out there. I’ve had my eyes on this phone for months and only started desiring it more when my friends started being this same phone. Finally I bought the phone with my Christmas bonus salary.

And I have one thing to say: I LOVE IT. 🙂

Samsung Galaxy S3 - Cover case which I bough separatelyIt’s amazing. It’s everything you could want in a phone. I admit, the size was something to get used to. Also this is my first touchscreen phone. I always refused to buy a touchscreen phone. I don’t like them. But since this is the future of mobile phones I had to step over to a touchscreen phone sooner or later.

As I already mentioned, the phone is everything you could want in a phone. Customizable with tons of apps, the camera is amazing too and it’s very fast. I am very content with his purchase. 🙂


Do you believe in ghosts?

By Clayton


Do you believe in ghosts? Probably not… But let me tell you something, my dear readers. Ghosts are very-very real… and they live on Facebook!

I’m not talking about those creepy-floating-see-through-beings-dressed-in-ragged-nightgowns kind of ghost like you seen on Supernatural. These Facebook ghosts are simply made out of flesh and bones, just like you and me.

You know exactly what I am talking about. That one friend (or friends, if you have more than one), that NEVER or BARELY EVER posts an update, is never online on Facebook chat and NEVER or BARELY EVER likes any of your updates… HOWEVER… they are there and they are watching you in silence.

Last week I met one of my Facebook ghosts in person. I made a remark and this guy knew exactly what I was talking about. I had totally forgotten that we were connected on Facebook due to the lack of activities on this ghost’s wall. All of this is kind of weird when you think about it. Why stalk and simply not just reveal that you are an active follower of someone’s life? On the other hand, this would exactly be the definition of stalking, right?

So, how many Facebook ghosts do you have?