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Facebook–we own your privacy


Best thing i ever did.. removing the new updated Facebook app from my phone. As much as I don’t mind SOME information being shared/collected by the likes of FB or Google, face books new permissions requirements for the app are totally unacceptable for me.

They now want to be able to control “without host permission” that means the FB app does stuff without asking you.. like reading/creating/sharing your personal calendar, Wi-Fi snooping, reading your text messages, sms, mms, etc., your location without permission, info about other apps you have installed and use, a wealth of personal information, phone calls, modifying accounts, and a whole stack of other stuff..

I wonder how many people actually stop to read the “new updates/permissions” blurb, instead of just automatically hitting the “accept” and letting it update, or even have it automatically update.

Companies like Facebook, Google, etc. are out there to data mine anything and everything they can about you.

Take responsibility for the privacy of you and your family.


Facebook’s attempt and ALMOST trying to justify why they want more from you..


From the App Store

some very unhappy people…


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Maa Vue–Nyob Ua Ke–Offical Music Video




Hello my dear people..

My dear friend Maa Vue has released her first official music video… YAY!!

It’s for her touching song: Nyob Ua Ke.

Please visit her youtube chan and click like to show your support for this very talented lady.

Maa Vue–Nyob Ua Ke–Offical Music Video


Maa will be having her debut at the Fresno Hmong International Year Fest.

Keep an eye on her facebook page for more info.

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Official Youtube Chan

Official Facebook Page

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Here is my most fav of all time , Tsab Ntawv

Maa Vue – Tsab Ntawv

Maa Vue–Angels have voices


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I have spent countless days and decades of time exploring the internet, and all the time I am reminded of how much closers this technology brings us.

Youtube is a blessing, as music is a passion, it offers almost limitless opportunities for me to discover new music.

And, there within, I found Maa Vue.

Every song she sings comes from the heart, every word breathed, every lingering pause and passionate expression, reminds me that, in this vastness we call the internet, encapsulated here in this beautiful world of ours…. are humble people who just want to share their joy and love of music or any other artistic expression, with everyone else.

Here are a few of my favourite tracks from Maa.

I hope you take the time to explore her ever growing collection of works, and experience for yourself, the peace that can be found in song.


Maa Vue on Facebook

Maa Vue on Youtube


Maa Vue–Tsab Ntawv (original)–My Personal favourite


Maa Vue–Nyob Ua Kev (original)



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Maa Vue on Youtube



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A response to a fellow bloggers blog:


You raise a very valid and point in the online/internet social network addiction. These last 5 to 10 years has seen the internet’s social status raise very rapidly and the generation of people from mid-Tweens on have grown up with it, not really understanding the world before the internet, as you said, though it is a very powerful and convenient way to keep in touch with friends, it also stops us from exploring the real-world that exists right outside our front door. What I have seen happen to some friends, is that they became so overly obsessed with the internet and "life" on the internet, that they started losing their actual real-world social interaction skills. Living in a delusional reality of what THEY believed others were like.

The core reality of it is, that people ARE DIFFERENT in real life to what they are on the Internet. That, sadly, is a fact. We all do it, heck, even I do it to varying degrees (I pretend I’m always happy and that life is great) 🙂

Late in 2009, I learnt how that internet world can come crashing down around me, and that was a big lesson. Now, I make a point of limiting my time on the net, and limiting my social interaction there also.

Understanding that the internet is nothing more than artificial entertainment when its raining outside.

I admit, I have made some good friends, and even flown across the world to visit them (which was awesome), and I’m doing it again this year… but that’s how it should be… actually getting outside, saying HI to REAL PEOPLE, not just internet persona’s.

Remember, this will become worse as the new generation of Tweens / Teens comes along, as they will never have known a world without Internet / Cellphones / Playstation or Xbox or MMORPGs.

I really am sad to think what the world will be like in another 20 or 40 years.

Will we need machines to do everything for us ?

Who’s to know. I just hope, we can adopt the internet and its social-networking ability into our life’s in a balanced and controlled manner.

Here’s a music video from a long long time ago…

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