Yaqoob Bokhammas

47 Flips | 3 Magazines | 1 Like | 10 Following | 3 Followers | @bokbah | Keep up with Yaqoob Bokhammas on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Yaqoob Bokhammas”

Google Earth - Home

Google Maps Will Soon Tell You If Your Destination Has On-Site Parking

Google Maps is working on helping you deal with parking your car. Last month, Google focused on what happens after you arrive at your destination by upgrading Maps with tools to help you remember where your car is parked and how much time is left on the meter. This month they’re looking at giving …

Google Maps

Psychology has identified three mindsets shared by people who actually follow through on their goals

I’ve never been an athletic or active person. My entire history of sports involved one season of track in high school and a brief flirtation with what I thought was a yoga studio but turned out to be more of a cult. But then, in my mid-30s, I had two children and gained 30 pounds. I was suffering …

Self-improvement

These Are The 25 Best-Selling iPhone Apps Of All Time

It's closing in on 50 billion apps downloaded. Just last year it was at 25 billion apps downloaded.<p>To celebrate, it listed the top 25 all-time paid apps. These lists are always fun to flip through.<p>One thing that stands out: How many early apps are on the list. There aren't a lot of recent …

DX5 playing Depeche Mode "Heaven" (bare version)

Me playing Depeche Mode "Strangelove"

DMK: "Black Celebration"

DEPECHE MODE - ENJOY THE SILENCE - ON YAMAHA MO6 AND 9000PRO.wmv

Me playing Depeche Mode "Enjoy the Silence" (updated Video version)

How to play Heaven on piano - Depeche Mode

Depeche Mode - Heaven (EASY!) (SHEET MUSIC!)

Enjoy the Silence by Depeche Mode played on my Yamaha PSR 1500

DX5 playing Depeche Mode "Puppets"

E-2013 D

Depeche Mode - Heaven (New Album 2013) - Piano Tutorial

Depeche Mode - Enjoy The Silence (Extended House-Dance Remix)

Simple Minds- Don't You (Forget About Me) - Lyrics

Simple Minds - Don't You (Forget About Me)

Simple Minds Promised you a miracle 1987 video (HD)

Simple Minds - Promised You A Miracle

In 1977 Apple II was Apple's first major success, it was the first computer to come in a plastic case, which helped the personal computer progress from hobbyist obsession to consumer product. The computer brought IT power into small and medium businesses, and its success drove Steve Jobs' belief that design could help bridge the gap between computers and ordinary people. Source: Forbes

Macintosh (1984) "The computer for the rest of us" introduced the mouse and graphical user interface to a mainstream audience; two revolutionary innovations that contributed to make a computer so simple, so intuitive, that a child could understand it. The Macintosh created a consumer expectation that computers could be sleek, simple and user-friendly. Source: Forbes

Pixar (1986) Steve Jobs left Apple in 1985, and the year following, bought a small animation studio from Lucasfilm for $5 million. In 1995, following the release of Toy Story, he finally saw the fruits of Pixar's labors. For the next decade and a half, the studio produced blockbuster after blockbuster, changing the landscape of the entertainment business. In 2006, Jobs sold Pixar to Disney for $7.4 billion; to date, the studio has taken home 10 Oscars and been nominated for 30 more. Source: Forbes.

Mac OS X (2001) The tenth edition of Apple's core operating system didn't start its life at Apple. Its origins lie in work that Jobs and his team did on NeXTSTEP, an operating system built at NeXT, the company he founded after leaving Apple in 1985. Apple bout NeXT in 1997; soon after Jobs resumed his CEO duties, and the OS was adopted for future release. OS X has proven so successful and versatile that it was adapted as iOS for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Source: Forbes

iPod (2001) The iPod didn't just change how we listen to it. No longer limited to a CD at a time, users could listen to single after single, making the track significantly more important than the album it was released on. With its signature click wheel, the iPod became an icon of Apple's unmatched capacity for simplicity in design and insight into pure usability. Source: Forbes