Are you ever caught at the juxtaposition where you want to buy some app from play store but your bank balance doesn’t let you? If yeah, Kernel Ketchup comes to your rescue again. All you have to do is install this app, answer some survey questions, and et voilà! purchase anything you want from play store from the credit you receive, be it a nice book, a newly launched game, even rent a movie, and heck even pay for YouTube premium as I do!
There are some movies which which make you giggle, some which make you lose a teardrop or two, some for which you wanna grab a whole box of tissues 😥 and some on seeing which your inner Shakespeare whispers in faint voice, “Ah, Thou art beautiful!”. J. K. Rowling showed us what it means to have the gift of love. George R. R. Martin changed the meaning of the word valiant for us altogether. This one, The Book of Life, is a sweet, funky & colourful movie which tries to do both and leaves you with a smile at the end.
You know the franchise did something right if even after 7 years of release of its last instalment you find yourself living your past again. Such was the experience when I re-installed the game again this year to quench my thirst of stealth games. Seriously, why don’t they make such games anymore?
When they played their instruments, the audience would die of awe!
Rating – 4.5 Ketchups
There are shows which make you laugh, some that excite you, some which make you shed a tear or two, some which keep you on the edge of the seats until the creators manage to crap up the well established story-line in the last season. And then there are some gem of a show that might have eluded you eyes for so long. You know where I’m getting at. If you haven’t… go watch this already or continue reading if you’re not so easily convinced.
Do you hate that every time your PC opens up after a shutdown or wakes up from a sleep, it requires you to sign it with your password. If yes, then my friend, Kernel Ketchup has a nifty little trick up its sleeve that Microsoft Windows dropped in as a part of cumulative update for Windows 10 a few weeks ago. The feature called dynamic lock uses your phone to keep your PC unlocked as long as you’re i.e. your phone is in the range using Bluetooth & automatically locks it when you’re away. So all the smarty pants go and wander around in the sign in options & figure it out for yourself, while rest of the crowd should bear me a little longer for two easy steps. Continue reading “Dynamic Lock for your PC [Tweak]”→
If you ask a foodie, he’ll tell you that there are three steps to enjoy a meal, See it, Smell it & then Taste it. In a similar manner there are 3 phases of liking this game, enjoy the melody, brace yourself and then die. But even death leaves a smile on your face if you didn’t throw your phone away with frustration. The game has been around for quite some time, but I was surprised that it has eluded so many eyes till now, which forced Kernel Ketchup to take the matter in its own hands. In the game you will be a dumb athlete who can choose from 50+ tasks available and then try to evade the ultimate destination of all living beings, death (Poetic, ain’t I?).
What’s the concept of creating movie titles? Take an article, an adjective and a body part, for example, an interesting palm, the gorgeous intestine, a tiny penis… you get the hang of it I think, So that’s where A Beautiful Mind comes in. Neither about a girl named Mind nor about a mind flaunting its nerves in the air seductively. This biographical movie by Ron Howard focuses on the life of mathematician John Nash, a noble laureate in economics. Maybe this dude sounds boring but let me fill you in with little more details. Continue reading “A Beautiful Mind (2001)[Movie]”→