The month of April has come to an end. Like March, this was a great month for this blog as there were more articles that attracted a lot of interest than before. Let’s take a quick look of what made people coming over the whole of April.
Since the month had to start on a 1st, an April Fools’ Day, I joined in the folly and many people too could not make out that my post entitled Barack Obama Invites Me to the White House was a hoax thus they read and re-read it propelling it to the top five most read posts of all time. I never knew I had such a sick sense of humour 🙂
Then came what I passionately always bring up when interesting facts are involved, an infographic! This on what happens on the internet every 24 hours was an eye-opener to those who don’t know how the internet influences very many things. For instance did you know that in 24 hours over 294 billion email messages are sent? No? Be sure to check out this infographic.
In late March, Android users were informed that Instagram was to come to their platform after being a darling of iOS for sometime. Well, that did happen and I was over myself covering everything Instagram. From its launch, which I covered a few days late thanks to my insistence on doing a hands-on first, downloading and testing the app, to the big buyout of Instagram by social media giant Facebook which recently clocked the 901 million user mark. I covered that here. Before you say quits to anything Instagram, I took my time to focus on a few ways you can use Instagram extensively. There’s Instagrille, which allows you to view your Instagram photos on your Windows PC. Then InstaFb which allows you to be able to post your photos to Facebook in an album of your choice.
Since I am in Kenya, I am a proud Kenyan and we have peculiar practices as a nation. Like airlifting presidential speeches for instance. Yes like the one the President will deliver tomorrow if he graces the Labour Day celebrations. Happy May Day in these hard economic times by the way. I ranted about the lack of logic in airlifting presidential speeches in an age christened the information age here.
Talking of the information age, I looked at the sad closure of the print division of the famous Encyclopedia Britannica and what this means as far as the dawn of this new age, the information age, is concerned. Catch it up here.
As usual there is a hacker in every one of us. If you are yet to discover what you can hack, even a hot girl’s mind, then do some serious soul searching after reading how to root Android devices.
See you in May. PS: Future articles will be inspired by the win Manchester United is getting tonight over the noisy rich neighbours, Money City.