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I am a perfectionist. There, I said it. It's always difficult for me to accept that fact, and as much as I hate to admit getting that gene from both of my parents, sadly it is the truth. What's even more painful is trying to be perfect in everything that I do on my own website. Juggling full-time employment, freelance work, life, family and other passions end up screwing my ability to even do the slightest improvements and other fancy things I want to do on my site. Being a perfectionist can also screw up your sleeping habits.

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Writing on the heels of my iOS7 review, I feel like I have to be on my toes all the time when it comes to writing about Apple and its products. I know a lot of you fanboys - some are my close friends and others whom I met online - and I know it's difficult for you to swallow that even Apple isn't perfect (can you say Map snafu anyone?). But as much as Apple is noted for its innovation and progressiveness, it is also [being] noted [by moi] for lacking some basic and common elements, where in this case it is noted in its web presence.

Take for example, finding a way to download Safari.

ios7-img It's been several weeks now since iOS7 launched for the iPhone, and unlike many bloggers, I wanted to wait a little longer to really see and play with it before I write a review about it. More than just the features and superficial stuff that most would have written about after the launch (or even before it), I wanted to write about the deeper goodies issues that come with the new version. Some bloggers have already touched on the pros and cons, and I know that after more extensive use of the version, more will come in the future. The extent of my review is primarily based on comparison between my old iPhone 3GS with iOS6 and my iPhone 4 with iOS7. I'm sure that there are a lot to nuances to compare with these versions, and am also sure that there is a bigger comparison between an iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 with the same OS. Regardless of that, I hope that this would be an biased unbiased view of the software, for good or for bad.

Lately, I have been toying around with the possibility of being able to use web development like CSS to draw cartoons, comic book heroes and such. I've seen people do...

I just recently discovered Inbound.org, a for-fun partnership type of site founded by SEOMoz.org's Rand Fishkin (way to go #Seattle) and Hubspot's Dharmesh Shah. I don't know how in the...

I'm fairly new in being a player on Dribbble, having only a couple of shots so far to boot, and have more to upload in the future. I have been...

[gallery columns="2" ids="11415,11416,11417,11418,11419,11420,11413,11414"] Check out my Halo Sketch gallery. I needed a break from a lot of design, development, and marketing work, so here's a sketch of the ever-popular Halo series...

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Are you a musician or in a band? Do you dance hip hop or are in a breakdance crew? Do you spit rhymes? Well, this promo is for you. For the...