Life Makeover is an anime style dressup game that’s coming out soon for IOS and Android devices. I got tired of waiting for the Americas version, so I downloaded the SEA (Southeast Asian) version, and it might be the best game I’ve ever played on my mobile phone. And it’s already in English, both the text and the voice acting. The only downside is I’m stuck as a free to play user unless I buy some apple giftcards for the region I selected. I chose Singapore, but any SEA country will work. I haven’t decided if I will abandon the SEA version once the US version is released or play both versions. We shall see what happens.
While there have been – and continue to be – strides made towards equality between the sexes, there are a number of areas and fields which are still dominated by men. These traditionally male spaces seem to, unfortunately, be rife with misogyny. Gaming is still often seen as a more masculine hobby, with female gamers overlooked and dismissed if they aren’t on the receiving end of sexism and misogynistic abuse. The question is, in a hobby that has a huge demographic of female gamers, why is it still inherent with misogyny? Let’s take a look.
It’s time to share what I’ve been listening to lately. I have very eclectic musical tastes and listen to everything from the past 6 decades ranging from pop to kpop to rap and hiphop to rock and everything in between. No holiday music here. Holidays are over for better or worse. Let’s kick 2023 off with some great music! Tell me, what have you been listening to?
Stray Kids – Charmer
Might be my favorite song right now – no lies.
Stray Kids Charmer English Translation Lyrics:
[Verse 1: Han, Bang Chan, Seungmin]
There’s nothing lacking
I’m saucin’, livin’ in big Seoul City, without showing any modesty
I hang up the imitators on the laundry rack
If we do it, they all fall down like bowling pins
Shoulders held high like Mt. Everest
No chance of falling down, it is unstoppable every day
When I make it big, watch your heads
I’ll change the trend every day like refresh (Cling, cling)
I am very much into AI Art. I don’t care what your opinion is.
AI Art is Art. Sorry not sorry. If I check my art on Google Lens, it tells me no results found. I am creating 100% new art that has never existed before. Yes, I understand some of them have been trained using images which were not explicitly given permission to be used but assumed to have been public domain. But that issue is between the artists and the app creators, not the users of these apps.
I have tested probably over 30 different apps and programs. Specifically on my mobile phone.