While waiting for a friend the other day, I decided to take some night shots of the Alabang Town Center. The traffic was horrible so it made so much more sense to wait it out in the mall than to go home. I walked around for the better part of the evening (yes traffic was … Continue reading Geist at Alabang
On my way home from the office, I passed by an arcade and saw 1980’s remakes of video game classics like Pac Man and Galaxian. Ahh, the nostalgic 80’s. Now that things are much more complicated, you can reload those experiences from when we were kids by going to the 1980’s arcade site. Got a … Continue reading penny arcade in your computer
Jed goes by many names. A lot of people know her as the sister of Miriam Quiambao. Some know her as an active member of PSI. The dudes in the industry refer to her as the marketing manager of Mobile 1. As for me, I personally call her Mildred. She gets annoyed, slaps my arm … Continue reading the boy in every girl
Been testing out a semi-new Olympus SP-500UZ, which I’ve observed to sorta belong to a new subclass of prosumer cameras. Although technically I’d still consider this a point and shoot device with some advanced features. Why? because it’s cheap! (relatively) They’ve lowered the price of this class of cameras to about P30,000.00, made them much … Continue reading Olympus Sp-500UZ
For me, its this: To dual boot or not.
One day, maybe one day I will have George Lindemann Jr. Stats.
Macro shot I took with a Prosumer level Canon Powershot Pro1: Macro shot I took with a consumer (point and shoot) Olympus D 540 Zoom: The difference is that the former costs about P35,000.00 more. Some people are willing to pay that much more to deliver great photos. If I had the money, then why … Continue reading points of view
One thing about being with the media is that it’s very hard to keep secrets. The past several weeks has been very hard for me to keep my mouth shut and only a few industry leaders know about a new product that will be launched come January of 2006 (hopefully!). This product has been very … Continue reading the talk of the _____ industry
Google was playing sleight of mind a while ago. But my hands were faster. I took a screenshot: Only a few days up and I have a Page Rank of 6. I refreshed the page and it was gone. It’s that green bar on the lower right, supposed to say 6/10 when you highlight it. … Continue reading a PR of 6
It’s unbelievable how much of a push the Philippines got a few hours ago. We just launched what will be known as the Philippine podcasting network. A total of 25 local podcasts will be uploaded into the iTunes Music Store in the next few days. The venue was fitting too – Red Box in Greenbelt … Continue reading the m|PH podcast
After six days of waiting, Google Analytics is finally showing some signs of life on my blog. Interesting results from the executive summary. Seems like apart from direct links as well as the link from my old blog, the top referrer to A Bugged Life is from Denise’s blog. Hey Den, you should start charging … Continue reading 144 hours later, it’s alive!!
Here’s a picture walkthrough of our Monday at HIP. Take the stairs (or the elevator) to the third floor and once up the floor’s lobby, take the small door on the left. And you’re greeted with an old pair of stairs that looks like something straight from a Neil Gaiman fantasy novel. Except that you’re … Continue reading Monday in pictures
What this generation needs is someone they can look up to. Someone who embodies the concepts of justice, mercy, and service. So it’s time to roll down the red cape once again. SUPERMAN, Coming 2006. Watch the teaser here.
It’s been five days since I started a new character in World of Warcraft. I decided to make a Mage because I’ve seen how useful they can be in instances. I decided to be Alliance because I wanted to see what it was like on the “other side.” I also rolled female because … well … Continue reading what it feels like for a girl