For the longest time I’ve held on to the premise that video podcasts should only be done when you have something value-added to show off that can’t be conveyed through a regular audio podcast. On a more practical note, audio podcasts are also much easier to download and can be utilized for a more flexible … Continue reading Talk WITH the hand!
Zoiks! This is a perfect mystery candidate for Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby Doo. All roads seem to point to a Reuters article that says that a giant lego man was found floating in the Netherlands and now stands at the Zandvoort beach. Could this have come from Lego? Because it could seem very … Continue reading The Mystery of the Giant Lego Man
Have you checked out the new offering from Moo lately? I posted about Moo’s awesome printing service several months ago. They now let you print stickers which you can slap onto journals and other things you want to personalize. A set of 90 stickers costs about $10.00. I tried ordering a new set of Moo … Continue reading Moo has new products by the way
I learned from a seminar I attended a long time ago that if parents fight in front of their kids, they should also make up in front of them. In this light, since I opened a can of worms in public, I’ll throw the can away in public too. I would like to apologize for … Continue reading An Open Apology to Janette Toral and Moving On
Kate Alvarez was with me last week and we talked about how she was hanging upon the lips of Doreen Fernandez (may she rest in peace) back when she used to teach creative writing at the Ateneo. According to Kate, the most famous and well loved food writer in the Philippines helped her find her … Continue reading Between the Writer and the Editor …
It’s a mighty rainy day this Friday. I hope none of you push it and try to go out tonight. The floods and traffic are horrible according to unfortunate friends who’ve been texting for the past hour, warning everyone else. Get home quickly and watch DVDs instead 🙂 Darren Rowse goes in depth with the … Continue reading Speedlinking August 17 2007
Here are some tips that actually work in trying to soothe your appetite from accidentally revealing an NDA, or non-disclosure agreement.. I haven’t signed an NDA in months but I feel that these tips can help you, if ever you get hold of something juicy, relax and bring you back to your normalcy. Here are … Continue reading Four Easy Ways to Help Keep NDAs Secret
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I have been trying out the new iMovie ’08 that comes with the iLife ’08 package. This is a completely reworked version of iMovie and Apple makes this distinction by changing the dock icon from a clapper to a star. You can check out my very first project in my previous post as I recorded … Continue reading First Impressions: iMovie ’08
Super popular online community site that needs no introduction — Friendster — is becoming the online version of the Philippine postal system. You send someone a message or friend request, and you get it three days later. Are there still people who send urgent business related messages via Friendster? Believe me, this still happens. It’s … Continue reading Thoughts for the Day
I was playing around with the new iMovie ’08 and created this short clip with Kate Alvarez as my guest. Kate is best known for her previous work with Summit’s Marie Claire and OK! Magazines. We share the same godchild. iMovie ’08 though nifty lacks some features in iMovie 06 HD. The most important feature … Continue reading Oh, Fabio!
Today, Apple officially launches the new set of iMacs, iWork ’08, iLife ’08 and the new .Mac features. The Philippines is the first stop for Apple Asia tour, as sales in the PH market for Apple products has been very satisfying for Apple. The sales are so good, that the reps from Apple Singapore went … Continue reading New iMacs, iWork ’08, iLife ’08, new .mac features … and a geek orgasm
MAJOR EDIT: To those who still wonder, Janette and I have put this in the past. We are both on speaking terms and talk when we see each other in events. After all, this we are OK. The Internet is not meant to destroy relationships but to build and enhance them. I’ve apologized to Janette … Continue reading My Comments and Suggestions for Janette Toral’s IMMAP Presentation Slides
If any of you young entrepreneurs are interested, mag:net cafe at Serendra is having a Market Night event this coming August 20 2007. Gabe Mercado (via JC Media) briefly describes the concept of Market Night: Market night is a new thing we’re trying out as we’re trying to find a way to showcase more independent … Continue reading Market Night at mag:net August 20 2007
By any chance, are there graduates of the University of Asia and the Pacific (formerly known as CRC, also known as UA&P) that read this blog? Some of the school’s alumni, together with the alumni office are putting together a collaborated web effort. Details are quite vague as of the moment but some of the … Continue reading UA&P Alumni Web Project