|Reuters Sports Reel|
If you've been following my blog, then you know I'm a self-acclaimed jock-geek hybrid. My friend (@Deejay_Dibs on twitter) doesn't say that about herself, but that's the way I see her. She's a DJ (yes, she plays music at clubs and parties) and also a programmer. Reuters Sports Reel is great for sports enthusiasts, and not just for this World Cup. Check out some of the features:
- Near-live photo coverage and results notifications from the world’s major sporting events:
- Tour de France, Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix and the US Open Tennis
- Near Real-Time Photo Coverage
- FOLLOW YOUR TEAM - Choose who you’ll be supporting for each event so when a goal is scored, a player is sent off, the checkered flag falls, the sprint is over or the rally ends, Sports Reel will send you a notification. Even if you can’t watch things live, you’ll still know what’s going on.
The second thing I'd like to talk about is E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo). It's the world's biggest annual video game conference held in Los Angeles. In 2012, I made an RSS Reader App for streaming headlines from E3 and uploaded the app for anyone to download. However, I hadn't yet gotten into the habit of properly backing up all my work online back then. I've lost the code and my account with 4shared (where I uploaded it to) has been deleted so that app is lost. I'm much better at making apps now though. I'll remake the app before next year's E3.
|My E4 App in 2012 (Electronics Entertainment Expo Eye)|
The third article I'd like to post is my own way of participating in E3 as a video game developer. I'll upload a video showing all the characters you'll play as in Project Monkey and I'll also show off some game play. I have spent hours every day of the last 5 weeks working hard at having something worth showing to show you. Within the next few years, I hope to be at E3 showing off my latest work-in-progress to the world's biggest video game journalists along side other game developers. Pastor Jonathan Imogu (Senior Pastor, Victory Inheritance Ministries) says "A closed mouth is a closed destiny" and from all the Kenneth Hagin books I've read, I've learned that being created in the image of God means I can speak things into reality just like God does. It has worked for me thus far (there's nothing I've ever spoken and worked towards that I haven't gotten) so I won't stop speaking until y'all see me standing on that E3 stage, and then, I'll only speak bigger!