It has been roughly 3 weeks since I’ve gotten a 2014 15″ Retina Macbook Pro. The semester is about to hit its third week and I’ve been using much of the mac and thought of sharing some of my thoughts on the Apple laptop and my experience using it.
Today marks the start of my transition to the Apple world! Had touch and used (albeit only minutes) one before but never had I owned one. Gonna try it out and see if the experience is really worth the extra moolah every single device costs. Will perhaps keep a journal or log of my experience with it for the next few weeks.
It feels great to be studying something that I’m interested in. Is this what it will be like when I land the job of my dream? I’m pretty sure there are much more than to just doing what you love but hey, I’m pretty contended with what I’m having and doing right now.
Maybe its just the current lack of interest to play or complete any games that resulted in me liking a game that plays by itself. You know those clicker games? Yeah, I’ve been actively “playing” one for the past few weeks. Clocked over 300 hours and counting. Do try it out, you’ll get some entertainment out of it I supposed.
Oh and don’t ask me why it’s fun. I don’t know why too. Just give it a try and if you like it too you can tell me why.
For those of you who have upgraded or installed Windows 10, you might be worrying a little regarding all the privacy issues and problems that people are raising throughout the net. Let’s just put it this way, the issues that people are making a fuss out of is not anything new in the tech world. Your smartphones are the best examples as to some of the things that Microsoft have brought over to the desktop environment. I must say though that having most of such settings opt-out rather than opt-in is the main cause of worry and anger. Anyhow, these are some of the privacy and more important settings that you might want to take note of.