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Computers can be boring - from Mayas Daily Meds - a special app for mobile

This is a Daily Med from Maya's Daily Meds - available on iTunes and Soon on Google Play (Oct 15 release date) Poem Computers can be boring, I don’t see what’s so great I think I was snoring,  in a natural dream state. I don’t see the attraction, of spending so much time. I’d rather be in action, and find some hill to climb. I know it can be good, for lots of things you do, to find things that are new, with google and yahoo. But sometimes I believe. so much more can be done, not wanting to be naive, but alert for whats to come. Have you discovered Maya's Daily Meds yet? an app for your body, heart, mind and soul - through words and art come thoughts for the heart.. Boring Computers - Click http://www.thesunthemoonthestarsandmaya.com/2013/07/computers-are-boring-rich-okun/ This is a Daily Med Mayas Daily Meds - iTunes and soon Google Play
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BTS Game (App)
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