Let it be known that I can relate to Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games) in plenty of ways. This, considering that I was initially apprehensive to read the trilogy some years back because people
warned told me it’s a love story. Not that I have anything against romance; it just made me think that I wouldn’t appreciate the book. Perhaps they haven’t come across Battle Royale yet, hence the vague comparison.
The entire trilogy left me sleepless. It’s an enjoyable read, and the same can be said for its movie rendition. Jennifer Lawrence is Katniss, no doubt about it.
I realized that there’s a Katniss in me, thanks to what my friend calls “introvert/aggressive personality” (a.k.a. you keep to yourself but you know you have to do something when you want it).
But really, what I need is a “dandelion in the spring.” A Peeta in my life. Now who sounds like a young adult romance novel? Kroo kroo.
Allow me to answer the question with a visual aid:
Sometimes, I have to take on so many roles (due to the multi-tasking nature of my industry). What happens when my roles overlap? Multiple tabs on my browser and multiple devices on the same connection. A tab is like a sheet of paper to me, and having a bunch of them open in one go motivates me to finish my articles and papers. To me, clicking x on each tab is like ticking a check mark on my to-do lists. #OChit
As a student, I need a stable, fast connection to catch up with the discussions since our “recitations” are done online. I have been extremely grade conscious as of late, so having faster Internet might just earn me A+s (which does not exist in the university’s grading system, hrhr–the highest mark is an A).
The odds would really be in my favor with Fibr, Home’s most powerful broadband. This service allows seamless and simultaneous browsing of multiple websites, streaming blockbuster movies on-demand from Clickplay, and watching Cignal Digital TV Channels.
And these are already available in over 800 fiber-powered villages nationwide! Seeing this in action will definitely make the tech geek in me extremely kilig. I’ve long wished for Internet speed that feels like you’re just accessing a folder in the desktop (like in Korea).
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