It’s been a while since I’ve continued the series, because a lot has happend. We’ve started with the first interview of the second project, questions and answers, and I had an adoption kid for one day, which was quiet interesting. Read all about it in this post.
Have you guys ever heard from the National Taiwan University Chorus?
Well, I did, while being busy on youtube.
They are like friggin soldiers. Very musical soldiers. The perfection is incredible.
I’ve checked them out already. Will you as well?
For my travel with atlantic bridge, I decided to start vlogging. Here is my first vlog, partly in dutch, partly in english. It’s not perfect, but hey, you need to start somewhere…
I hope you enjoy!
So, since a while, the world has a new addiction called Pokemon GO: An application for your smartphone, which makes it possible for you to be a pokemon trainer, and to go hunting pokemon in the real world. The app is already a huge hit worldwide, while many people use secret doorways to download the app, because the app is officially only available in the USA, New Zealand, and Australia.
Personally, I love the app, but I will probably cry at the end of the month, when I get my bill for data use on my phone, and having a real guide in the app would be nice. It took me three full days to figure out (without looking things up on the internet) that I had to spin a pokestop around, to receive any items, like pokeballs. That was something I am not very fond of.
Further, I will try to make a video vlog about my own experiences with pokemon go, and I might even go on a pokemon go hunt, if my mobile data allows it. You guys will hear from me soon about that 🙂
What else is there to say about Pokemon GO?
It surely gets kids from the couch. That should have happend way earlier.