lowercase updating

yo yo yiggity yo people.

today feels like a lowercase day, hence my decision to only type in lowercase. decisions people, you’ve got to make them or they die and you then you have to contend with not having made a single decision in your life and we all know how disappointing an indecisive life gets right? #yolo

if you couldn’t tell by my aimless rambling before by the way (say no to confusing acronyms p.o.t.i which people of the internet, see what i’m talking about?) this is just a ramble post which will henceforth be a category of posts on my blog because i need more stuff to help convince people that this is an honest blog and not some sad, desperate attempt to make friends on the internet but because friendship in real life failed you.

well to start things off, i got my visa to go to america in september and i also got my air ticket to go to america in september and even though i’m set to arrive right on my move-in day into drexel, i love being busy and overworked and swamped with lugging luggage around so that was so great of me to secure a ticket to ensure that i’m all three of the things mentioned above.

in the meantime, i read a book by a very good author (she’s actually female but author doesn’t have any female version so….#heforshe) and i will probably get to talking about it within the week. which means i’m going to have to get to it within three days. wow, i just love setting realistic and practical goals.

other than that sneak peek i’ve been playing a game which is very good and which probably a lot of people have heard about and played and unlike most games i play, this ones actually new and and its most recent episode (this is a hint) came out only nine days ago so i’m waiting for the next and final part after which i’ll talk about it fully.

and now that that’s done with, let me talk about a little website called tastekid which is a great little website.

that’s what the a.i assistant looks like. ’cause people trust those that wear glasses more. and librarian buns. and dysmorphically small-shouldered figures. wow.

its basically a basic website that give one recommendations for movies, games, tv shows, books, authors and music. so instead of going on different websites for all entertainment needs and recommendations, you can go to tastekid and be amazed by the incredible accuracy of their suggestions. so there are two ways you can get suggestions.

  1. you can instantly go to the website and click a tab for entertainment type (books, movie, game etc.) and then type in a name of something you enjoyed. for example, if you liked game of thrones recently, just type it in under tv shows and then let the system compute and it will spit out some nice little suggestions that are similar to game of fucking thrones.
  2. the second way is to sign up on the website (its free obviously) and once you do that, you can like things you like, save things you want to enjoy, dislike things you’ve dislike and me’h things you feel were ok but neither great or pants-shittingly horrible. you can also connect to other people with great tastes and similar tastes to you and then each time you log in, the system will look in to your saved/liked/dislike/me’hd content and then give out suggestions without you having to type in individual products you are looking for.

it’s a very easy system and they’ve gotten a revamp on their website so it looks very clean and fresh so go on there and be amazed by the accuracy of their suggestions.

p.s: this is not a promoted post. i am for-shiz in love with tastekid.


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