The Nike running series is on every other foot in a race and they are one of the most competitive running shoes in the market but of all the review and now after using them for six months there are some things that I should have figured out before I bought the shoes. First of … Continue reading Nike Zoom Turbo 2 : The Review I Should Have Found
I wanted a clean watch face with a font of my liking and the date and battery status in the format I use in day to day life, still have to figure out some bugs (features?!) to make it better. I removed the seconds, however you can add a function onPartialUpdate(dc) for an update every … Continue reading Updated: Making a WatchFace for my Garmin 945
Dr. Maciej Wojtyła approved the republic theory and hopes for Brann to still have a role to play since his storyline hasn’t fully evolved in recent episodes. The approval ratings for a ruler who holds the reigns of a dragon at any moment in any of 7 kingdoms will be low. Unfortunately that means the … Continue reading Dr. Maciej Wojtyła: The End of the Games of Thrones
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.. and worse then hell it was. Episode 5 ended with many an epic battles and hugs. But Dany really f**cked it up by driving the womens movement back decades by demonstrating that rational behaviors is yet another myth for a wannabe Targaryens queen. Talking of Targaryens, is … Continue reading Seriously Dany!
Possibly one of the worst episode in the history of the show, with 1hr 18 minutes on the player, it gave hopes of another epic but what followed was the unnecessary death of another dragon and the absence of any strategy on Dany and Jons part. The highlight was the end and not Missandei execution … Continue reading Falling asleep watching Game of Thrones and not missing a bit..
This might have been the most massive massacre in the history of Westros as of yet, the sheer scale of the undead and the undeniable force they possessed was truly unmatchable. The one thing that every one is talking about is the stealth attack carried out by Arya after her brief reconnect with Melisande, for … Continue reading The Battle of Winterfell: The Great Wipe Out
Episode 2 of the last season of Game of Thrones shed light on the backstories and relationships for a number of key characters in the show. Was this a prelude to the end of many faces from the show or a reminder of who they were before they become whitewalkers, the undead or an uncle … Continue reading Lives, Dies or Rises Again
While cycling to work I found someones keys on the road, the responsible thing I thought would be to pick the keys up and try to get them to their rightful owner and thats what the good Samaritan in me did. Luckily one of the keys had a serial number and the manufacturers name. I … Continue reading Faith in Humanity
I didn't get fat, its just came off ;:^\
According to research done by the Timbuktu Research Center the following countries are the top 10 poorest countries in the world. Sweden Norway Luxembourg Brunei Switzerland Germany Vatican City Saudia Arabia Kuwait New Zealand Dalby, Sweden June 2015. The research was conducted in conjunction with the University of Jedha and the Council of Supreme Knowledge … Continue reading Sweden tops in world ranking of poorest countries
My IMDb ratings have hit 1000+, sometimes we argue why I've given a certain rating to a movie. I am still not dead inside so my emotions can tend to factor in on how I rate a movie and what mood I was in when I rated the movie, eventually the after-taste matters. But here is … Continue reading IMDb rating count hits 1000+
I would always prefer visiting a city where there aren't any tourist buses polluting the city - visually. hordes of tourists are the worst thing you should have to bear while visiting a foreign city. Siena is a wonderful city in Tuscany, Italy. It is the capital of the province of Siena. The historic centre … Continue reading No tourist buses here: Siena – via Florence and Pisa
Easter is coming and it is a great time to visit and experience the Holy Week in Spain which is the annual commemoration of the Passion of Jesus Christ celebrated by Catholic religious brotherhoods and fraternities that perform penance processions on the streets of almost every Spanish city and town during the last week of … Continue reading Visiting Cordoba and Granada
My wife found this really attractive deal to buy Canada Goose jackets on Facebook with more than 80% discounts, she wanted to buy this jacket but was hesitating, so to make her happy I decided to buy the jacket she was looking into. In my hastiness I didn't do the usual paranoid checks on security and … Continue reading The Day I Got Scammed
I have been looking for Free antivirus which don't affect the performance of my machines. The top options as reviewed by techradar and PCMAG are the usual, AVG , Panda and AVAST but this time around I have possibly found the best option out there - Bit Defender. Bit Defender scores well by: Using a clean light interface Does not consume resources … Continue reading Possibly the best Free Anti-Virus out there
To celebrate a friends birthday lets celebrate the first day Wolverine came to life. Wolverine's full debut in The Incredible Hulk #181 (November 1974). Cover art by Herb Trimpe, with alterations by John Romita Sr The Incredible Hulk #181 at the Grand Comics Database. (Source: Wikipedia)
I have found an app that has changed my life.. Shush! Ringer Restorer - despite the somewhat corny language it uses.. it has become the one app that is used most frequently. I have been bad at disabling the silent or vibrate mode on my phone, annoying friends and family by being unreachable.. so now each time you set your … Continue reading For the first time in forever..
I am off to network with the engineering community tonight and in a long time I don't have any company issued business cards. So I went to this really clean website http://goqr.me/ to create a QR code that I would have on my phone for people to scan - yes this sounds nerdy but when … Continue reading Meet and Greet – Engineers Networking..
Well there's a limit to what you can do for free but testing a lot of themes to see how things appear. So it turns out not all themes do well with pictures, after a lot of swapping "Baskerville" by Anders Norénone seems to be doing well with both pictures and text as I would like … Continue reading Testing Themes
So working the kinks out.. first post on navtaz.com a place where I learn things and amuse you in the process..