I passed by X-Cite the other day and found out about a different kind of warranty which people has been asking for. The warranty covers liquid spills, electric surge, broken display, cracks and other accidental damages. They’ll fix it for free, but I think only once. This makes me not worry about my phone’s screen when I get a new phone.
I wrote about Pressy a year go when it was just introduced, I ordered one and was super excited to get one. Now that I finally got my hands on it, I jumped from super excited to super disappointed. Simply put, it doesn’t work at all on my LG G2. I haven’t tried all the functions but I couldn’t even get passed the tutorial.
Not only is it completely useless on my end, it also adds a significant bump to my phone. When I initially wrote about Pressy, I got the impression it’s so tiny it will barely add a curve to your phone. Pressy app which does the functions has more than 550 1/5 ratings, which is terrible. I’m sure many are facing similar issues.
A restaurant owner sued a French blogger not just because she thought so poorly of her restaurant, but because it was the first link you see on Google when you Google search her restaurant. The first thing you see is her blog post title “the place to avoid in Cap-Ferret: Il Giardino”, so she basically got sued for being highly ranked on Google.
The blogger was ordered to pay the restaurant owner $2,000 in damages and change the blog post title, even though the restaurant owner wanted the entire post to be amended. The blogger eventually deleted the whole post altogether.
“his decision creates a new crime of ‘being too highly ranked [on a search engine]” the blogger told the BBC
Which strikes the thought, what transparency do bloggers have if everytime they right poorly about a restaurant for having bad service or food then get sued for damages? Isn’t the whole point of a review is to see if a place is worth ordering from or not?
I was browsing Benta the other day when I noticed an entire sector dedicated to popular photographers in Kuwait, including Majed Sultan. There are some pretty amazing photos, all canvases cost KD 14 if I’m not mistaken are there’s a big list to pick from. You can see the full list of photographers [here].
I’m liking the work of @Dimensions_Team, they’re a team of Kuwaiti guys that love anime except do a great job at sculpturing characters like the two above they’ve done (Akuma and Kazuya from Tekken). I’m not sure if they accept custom orders but they definitely should. You can see some of their work [here].
A 19-year-old Kuwaiti student who went to FSU (Florida State University) back in 2013 was found drowned in a river in Florida a few days ago. The article doesn’t give away much detail but it doesn’t look like a murder case. He was found by two people passing by 10 feet of water near a bridge. I’ve heard about the pressure some students get while studying abroad but I doubt it’s a suicide case either.
Photo via TheFlyingKayak
Mind the background of the image, I couldn’t find anything more suitable than a wallpaper from The Little Mermaid. So the character in the middle is supposed to be a shark, a midget compared to the two other sharks with him on the show, Bashar Al Shatti is a crab, and no idea what the guy on the left is.
I just had to make a collection of all the “lol what” characters for this year, last year we had a chunk of Fun Run Shows which I assume didn’ t go too well, if you find any more weird characters worth noting send them over.