Dream of second chances.

Katja Millay’s novel The Sea of Tranquility teaches us a lot of things about life and its importance. But most especially, I think it teaches us the value of having second chances. We must not forget its beauty of getting one, because not all of us has its luxury. Yes, we have that second chance, but that doesn’t mean you are not going to work hard for it. The thing is, you have to work harder for it. It just gets harder than the first one. But more valuable and worth the risk. Because it means we were given a second opprtunity to make it right and worth remembering.

So, in the book, it was pretty shown that Nastya and Josh had their second shot at life– by finding love. But it wasn’t clearly explained that sometimes by getting that second chance, we have to face challenges, or even our fears, to be able to earn it well. We have to go through the hard part first before the easy part. I myself hadn’t thought about that before. Now I had.

I don’t know if I make any sense at all. Just putting all my thoughts out. Thinking this little thread of thought might help…

05/18/14

Music Industry Guru Totally Destroys the Apple-Beats Deal

ouch.

TIME

Music industry critic Bob Lefsetz is not a fan of Apple’s reported plan to buy Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion. The writer known for calling out industry bigwigs by name took to his blog to outline many reasons why the acquisition would be a desperate move on Apple’s part.

“Tim Cook is an operations guy, he’s clueless, the company has no vision and this is evidence of it,” Lefset wrote. “Anybody with a brain knew that streaming was eclipsing downloads. Except at Apple, where they were adhering to Jobs’s philosophy. But it turns out Apple had no Plan B, no streaming service ready to be launched when necessary. It’s like they never read Clayton Christensen’s Innovator’s Dilemma, despite it being vaunted in the tech press for over a decade. If you rest on your laurels, you’re gonna be history tomorrow.”

Lefsetz went on to say that we no…

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14 Signs You Are A Grammar Nazi

Thought Catalog

Thier is nothing that makes me more angrier then people making spelling mistakes and grammar mistake online. I’m sure you all are with me when I say USE SPELL CHECK! Am I right?

1. People mixing these two up fill you with rage.

  1. You’re
  2. Your

They sound similar, yes. You’re correct, but the way they’re used — completely different. Grammar nazis will make sure you understand that you’ve used the wrong “your” when you update your Facebook status: “I just saw you’re grandma at the grocery store and she flirted with me.”

2. Okay, when people mix these up, you feel white-hot rage too.

  1. They’re
  2. Their
  3. There

3. You belittle people when they make simple tense mistakes.

4. Your social media updates are all in proper English, no matter what. Ah, so you really bruised your knee. You must upload a picture on Instagram, but only with correct punctuation…

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