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  1. I'm not sure how many of you are intested in or watch anime, but I was wondering for those of you who do, what is your favorite anime series that you have seen? For me my favorites are (in no particular order): Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood (Action) Katanagari (Action) Code Geass (Action/Mecha) Kore Wa Zombie Desu Ka (Comedy/Ecchi) All of these I would highly recommend. If you have an anilist, MAL, Anime-Planet, etc. feel free to post as well, I'm interested to see what you guys watch! I, being the huge anime fan that I am, have a list if you are interested:
  2. What is your favorite game? I would say Call of Duty.
  3. What's your most Favorite loved & versatile OS Android vs iOS
  4. for me KMplayer what about you ??????????
  5. i like to play blackops 2 and its one of my favorite game Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  6. Twitter is concerned with getting new users involved in the social media activity that is common to veteran users. However, you may want to be careful as to what you “favorite†at the social media site from now on. According to a new report, Twitter is trying out a new experiment to get new “birdies†to become growing users on the social media site by using favored items of the people they follow as “retweets†on their own walls. This means that, personal or private items you favor will reappear so that all your followers (or friends and relatives) can see them. Some users are outraged at this, and see it as nothing more than the company’s way of exposing what its users are up to. At the same time, however, Twitter says that its new experiment is designed to help new users who may be overwhelmed by the nature of the site. If new users come to see old posts, Twitter believes, it may encourage them to share what they’ve seen, or provide some “favorites†that Twitter can then use to help these new users gain followers of their own. In other words, sharing begets sharing – or so the thought goes. For some individuals, however, the new Twitter is nothing short of invasive and embarrassing, after all, some things shouldn’t be retweeted, users have said. If someone “favorites†something that could be seen as embarrassing or unwanted on their own wall, and Twitter shares it with their followers, then they may have to give an explanation for a dirty joke or statement that was meant to be shared between them and a friend. Twitter looks to do this, whether or not its users agree. While it may seem like a bad move to Twitter users, however, the company’s concerned with the bottom line: it wants users to share, like, and engage in social activity on its site – and it’s prepared to get the ball rolling in order to see it happen. In some opinions, it isn’t any worse than OK Cupid’s and Facebook’s recent unsuspecting experiments on their users.
  7. As far as Beatles anniversaries go, today is a pretty cool one: It's the 45th anniversary of the day the iconic Abbey Road cover photo was shot by Iain Macmillan. In honor of that ubiquituos image, below we've rounded up some of our favorite images and moments honoring the iconic shot. Come for the Glee kids, stay for the unexpected Parent Trap clip. 1.) When Glee released two all-Beatles-music tribute episodes in 2013, they also released some homage-y cover art as well. 2.) Paul McCartney himself got in on the fun (and his own Beatles-era "Paul is Dead!" rumors") with the cover of his 1993 album. 3.) Performing live at Abbey Road Studios, this cover isn't exactly a surprise for 2006-era Kanye West. 4.) An illustrator had some fun with the Simpsons for a Nov. 2002 Rolling Stonecover. 5.) Sesame Street: Is there anything the beloved kids show hasn't lovingly spoofed? 6.) The Red Hot Chili Peppers put their own...unique...spin on Abbey Road for the cover of their 1988 release, The Abbey Road E.P. 7.) The Parent Trap: Didn't expect to see a young Lindsay Lohan on this list, did you? But a scene from the actress' earliest film role gave a knowing wink to audiences when it had her travel across the famous street among a montage of iconic places. (The fun starts at :58)