by Ore Fakorede
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Watch: Pop diva Katy Perry joins forces with rapper/producer Kanye West on the high-profile remix of ‘E.T.’, a lesser-known song from her sophomore album, ‘Teenage Dream’. With futuristic Gaga-esque images, aliens and spacecraft, the all-new accompanying video is definitely worth checking out.
Listen: Music acts keep popping up like daisies (and dying out) on the fertile grounds of the Nigerian music scene. Made up of May, Dr. Nemzi and rap prodigy TDust, hip hop group Sledge is one of the better-sounding ones. Grab a pair of headphones and drown yourself in the club-infected audio stream of ‘Lowkey’, the trio’s debut single. Press play.
Download: We can’t tell you enough about the amazing prospects of cloud computing, and nothing exemplifies those potentials better than Dropbox. A veritable replacement for those sadly unreliable, fragile USB drives and portable hard disks, Dropbox allows you sync and share your files across the internet, computers and mobile devices automatically. And if you’re worried about those nude pictures falling into the wrong hands, have no fear, the files are protected with military grade encryption methods. Click here to get started with a free .
Explore: Google is more than just a search engine. Arguably the world’s leading technology company, El Google owns two operating systems, an e-mail service, huge online storage facilities, a blogging platform, productivity software and a smartphone brand among many other things. Those other things include the Google Art Project, an online portal that gives you exclusive free access to the art collections of several leading museums around the world. Zoom to your heart‘s desire and extend your mental reach from the comfort of your living room (or toilet). Enter now.
Read: It is safe to say that no recent global event has become a pop culture phenomenon of the kind that the earth-shattering 9/11 terrorist attacks evolved into. With several books published and an endless spree of movies and documentaries released, the catastrophic incidents that occurred that fateful day have been tirelessly explored. Yet, a fresh perspective never hurts, and that’s precisely what The 9/11 Report offers in its eye-catching digital pages. Comic book fans and history buffs are all welcome to peruse.