This is so weird. Our sister company, INQ7 did an interview with Duncan Riley, who is part owner of b5media, another company I work for. Duncan is from Australia. INQ7 is in Makati. So weird. It further proves the six degrees of separation thing. Read it here!
“Basta blogger, sweet lover.” hehe, I’m serious!
I made this a few minutes ago. Haha! Check out Kapped! Hope you guys could contribute to the traffic.
Found this new AJAX-based poll system called dPolls.com for your blog. Check it out, its pretty cool. While you’re at it, answer mine!
Remember my post a few days ago about the mystery blog being sold for at least $40,000? Well it turns out (much to my surprise) that this mystery blog is … The Blog Herald written by Duncan Riley. The current high bids are 60K, 65K and 72K. The private auction will be ending today sometime, … Continue reading The Blog Herald is IT!
My Cellphone9 site made number 39 out of the Top 100 Filipino blogs in the past six months. These stats were based on Technorati links. Actually this is unfair. The reason why I have so many links is because I belong to a blogging network. But then again, one of the advantages of network blogging … Continue reading Cellphone9 is in the Top 100 Filipino Blogs
So Engadget does the whole Unpacking routine for gadgets. Here’s mine. I’ve taken a brief hiatus on gadgets for a while and concentrated my efforts to getting myself new clothes for 2006. You see, I rarely shop for clothes but the past month (mid December to now) had me buying shirts and jeans – and … Continue reading Unpacking a WADE shoe
Jeremy of Ensight has posted the open negotiations for the sale of a MASSIVE BLOG worth $40,000.00 Right now, private negotiations for the secret blog are ongoing. In a few days, the name of the blog will be revealed to the public. There’s actually an ongoing contest with clues to determine what this blog is. … Continue reading Massive blog for sale ($40,000)
I’m creating this test post using the new open source Flock browser. I was listening to an offshoot podcast of Leo Laporte’s This Week in Tech, titled Inside the Net. Episode 6 featured Chris Messina, one of Flock’s founders. Flock seems to be the browser targeted towards online guys and gals who enjoy online publishing … Continue reading Where bloggers Flock
I’m posting this link from Problogger. It’s an interesting piece on how to decide how many columns your blog should have. We’re actually in the process (actually, barely starting) of redesigning the m|ph weblog together with Gary. The primary consideration of the re-layout is to accomodate more ad space – so its more utilitary than … Continue reading Problogger: how many columns is best for your blog
I’ve noticed a fair lot of people have gone into more serious blogging, which includes the act of buying their own domain and hosting, installing WordPress or any other blogging tool. I want to compile a listing of these people as well as how much they spent for getting their online services. SO if you … Continue reading Buying your own domain and hosting
One of the funniest Google Ads I have ever seen. I wonder what keywords your site needs to have this pop up. You see, God really loves you. 🙂
I got lost in the email exchange among the b5 tech channel dudes. We were talking about permalink formats and then suddenly jumped to how cold fusion can save the world. I didn’t get any of it. However, during the email exchange I did chance upon Jon’s Blogger Idol site, which was located in his … Continue reading B-listed!
A few days ago, I encountered a series of posts from WIRED Magazine Online listing the most memorable moments of tech for 2005 as well as the rundown of the sexiest geeks of 2005. And yeah, I guess I could summarize my 2005 into these two categories; the events and people that made this year … Continue reading A Bugged Life 2005: The Year in Review
Famous French blogger Loic Le Meur makes history by interviewing presidential French Minister of Interior Nicolas Sarkozy. Not only is it the first-ever podcast by a French political leader, it also marks a startling break with customary etiquette, as Sarkozy and Le Meur address each other with the familiar “tu” rather than “vous” during their … Continue reading Nicolas Sarkozy gets podcasted