Wohooo! Another Escape Game. This one is as good as the previous one. The game play stays the same. You look around the room you are trapped in and find a way out.

This one has only one room but the game is good enough for an enjoyable time playing it.

In this game, you are Snow White. Or are you? Since the character says her name is Sonia White. Your mission is only to escape from the room by opening the door. However, to do this, you will need to gather some items and use those items in solving puzzles.

The rules are very simple. You can tap various locations, and you can also flick when you need to move about the room. Sounds easy? Yes. That is, if you are clever enough to get out of the room.

I did manage to solve all of them except for one tiny thing. That book on the table where you had to tap on it to go to the next page. I never found out about that even though I kept on tapping anywhere on the screen.

There probably is a little tap issue in Android. Other than that, still a good game. I always download Escape Games whenever a new one becomes available.

This was a pain to find out. While my Android widget was working okay considering that I only set it to have only 1 size, it took me a very long time to find out that the same PendingIntent object is used by the Android system when certain attributes are created the same way e.g. class, action, request code.

The quickest and easiest solution is to use the appWidgetId as the value of the request code in the PendingIntent parameter when you either call the getActivity(), getBroadcast() or getService() methods.

That should make it unique in such a way that the PendingIntent object will be used only for that certain widget no matter which size or which instance it is.

Other options would be to give different values for its setData() and setAction() methods like adding a System.currentTimeMillis() but sometimes we may want our action value to be fixed so the best option in my opinion is to focus on the request code value having a unique value.

That should give make your multiple widget instances work.

Seems like lately this has been a trending topic in some parts of the blogosphere. Why is online reputation important?

Even for personal reasons I surely do not want to see or read anything in the net that speaks badly of me. That is just my personality. There are really some people who have nothing else to do in the world but spread lies and rumors to give you a bad reputation.

Even business owners should be wary of their online reputation. Nobody wants to see their brand put in a bad light. It can greatly affect sales and their identity.

This is where online reputation management comes in.

This is the practice of making people and businesses look their best on the Internet. To accomplish that, people need to control their online search results because they frequently contain inaccurate, misleading or outdated material which can adversely influence how web searchers view them.

Now, you do not have to do all these things yourself. You can instead hire someone from this online reputation management company and let them handle the things needed to do to give you a consistently good reputation in cyberspace.

You may not know it till it hits you. A good reputation is important, even more so in the online world.

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