Another Year in Mobile

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Another Year in Mobile

Honestly, I did not plan to celebrate my birthday this year because I had so much things to work on my dissertation. It sounded pathetic, but I had to do it. I had no choice. Brandon insisted to throw me a party. He arranged a dinner with friends of his and mine at Fuego restaurant.

I decided to go because I felt like this could be my last year to celebrate my birthday in Mobile. Also, I wanted to show my appreciation to our friendships.I’m graduating soon, and I have no clue of what is going to happen in the next few months.

All in all, thanks to Brandon who has always been good friend to me and thanks to all of my friends who came to the dinner party.

Bill, David, Amy, Kenny, Denise, Danielle, James, Jonathan, Brandon, and me

Adobe Flash’s Unclear Future

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Adobe Flash’s Unclear Future

As you know, Adobe Flash was abandoned by Apple. Your iPhone and iPad will not be able to display anything that contains Flash. It has been debating whether it was Apple’s bad decision or Flash really sucks. Guess what? Microsoft’s declared that the tablet version of Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 will be a “plug-in free” browser. In another word, Flash get ditched for Microsoft’s upcoming mobile devices. This sounds like a confirmation to support Apple’s decision. Ouch!… Adobe might need to change their game plans to save Flash’s future.

You can read more information on LifeHacker

Hurricane Ida Update

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According to WIKI, Hurricane Ida is the ninth tropical storm and third hurricane of the 2009 Atlantic hurricane season. Ida rapidly strengthened from when it formed to its landfall. Hurricane Ida developed shortly after noon (EDT) on November 4 as a tropical depression.

 

Now, Ida is heading to Gulf coast!! Mobile is one of the cities in Ida’s storm predicted path. I don’t think it’s as serious as it could have been due to the water in the Gulf Mexico is getting cooler.

 

 

As Hurricane Ida approaches the region late Monday night and into Tuesday,winds will begin to increase.

We will also have the potential for low end tropical storm force winds in portions of southeastern Alabama and southwestern Georgia.

 

The National Hurricane Center’s forecast on late Sunday afternoon called for Ida’s track to take a north bend south of Mobile Bay early Tuesday for a possible landfall near Pensacola late morning to around midday on Tuesday.

 

Source: AL.com