Thursday, September 17, 2009


Anybody out there?...I want to here from my blog readers.

Testing testing!!!

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Sean Paul :Doing It?

Sean Paul stands alone among Jamaican dancehall reggae stars: a relevant figure on the American pop landscape, instantly recognizable beyond his home country and genre. He’s the most prominent reggae star on these shores since Shaggy, for better and worse.
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He is holding in down on the American side!

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Go Mighty Crown

After more than a year, Mighty Crown "The Far East Rulers" and Irish and Chin will embark on an explosive World Tour starting in October to celebrate another major career milestone, a third Nike sneaker deal.
The Irish and Chin produced tour, dubbed The Mighty Crown Dynasty World Tour, after the soon-to-be released sneaker, will feature three of Mighty Crown's five members: Masta Simon, Sami T and Ninja. The Crown Dynasty Tour will represent the first time that Sami T and Masta Simon have toured together in over three years.

Can you say Sweet!!

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Peace and Love

Friday, June 5, 2009

Noted for the week!

How to fold a T-Shirt

Facebook, Twitter come to Xbox Live

The press event included short demonstrations of what are effectively Facebook and Twitter clients for the gaming console, aesthetically adapted to the Xbox Live interface.

With the Facebook app, which will be a download from Xbox Live, members will be able to engage in a limited number of features including photo browsing, status updates, and looking at friends' profile "streams".

But what's more important to game developers is the fact that the Facebook Connect standard — which was rolled out first to web developers, and then to iPhone developers — is coming to the Xbox this fall. This means that players will be able to log in with their Facebook accounts and broadcast their gaming activities on their social-network profiles.

Xbox manufacturer Microsoft made a $240 million investment in Facebook in October 2007. The service now has well over 200 million active users around the world.

Both Facebook products are "pencilled in for the fall [spring time for Australia]", Facebook platform program manager Gareth Davis told CNET News. He said that while there currently aren't plans to bring Facebook's virtual currency plans to the Xbox, he implied that it's not out of the question. "We're constantly looking at ways of improving the user experience or the developer experience with Facebook credits," Davis said.

Thursday, March 26, 2009