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Rasulullāh Muhammad (Sallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam), Khutbah On The Reception of Ramadhan
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Web Fundamentals on Google Developers’s site

Web Fundamentals: Best practices for great multi-device web experiences

developers.google.com

When study participants saw an option for “full site” vs “mobile site”, they assumed the mobile site was condensed and…

An Apple ID I Never Had

Imagine the surprise when I’ve got email saying that an apple ID (allegedly mine), using my email address, has been used to access iCloud, FaceTime, and iMessage, on a device which I neither know nor have. That set me up for a drama.

Radio, is there anyone who still loves you?

Daniel Ek: Spotify and free music will save the industry, not kill it

www.theguardian.com

It’s a losing battle, then!

“It’s been lost long time ago…”

Vincent de Lavénère at Printemps Français 2015, Bandung

A 90 minute journey, juggling through lights, sounds, dances, and music with Vincent de Lavénère.

Pre-Ramadhan #1: In remembrance of a companion

This is about a cat that had kept us company during the nights stranded in the mosque at fast-breaking times and sometimes until dawn.

Just a couple of things on haunting tunes and the colour black.

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On Thesis and Thesis Neurotics

How to Write a Thesis by Umberto Eco review – offering hope to harried slackers

www.theguardian.com

It’s an interesting article by Brian Dillon, reviewing Umberto Eco’s book “How to Write A Thesis”. Since it’s been a…

"Stop! Let it settle for a while!"
l'autre moi

A very brief walk through “Kulturasun” (Festival of Nations 2015)

I actually had been of two minds about it. The event started at noon. Since I would have to go at three pm, there would only be two and a half hour window to roam about. With promise of food and performances, the time only allowed for little to savour.

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