On Social Networks

Social networks are successful not because they inherently express who we are. They are successful because they project an image of how we want people to admire us, and ultimately, who we want to become.

One Laptop Per Child “Curriculum Jam” in Manila

They’re here. This is the official Wiki for the Curriculum Jam in Manila. OLPC is organizing a Curriculum Jam in Manila, scheduled for the first weekend of October (5-7). We’ll be working with teachers around the world who are running Curriculum Jams in their countries at the same time. We’ll be creating learning activities – … Continue reading One Laptop Per Child “Curriculum Jam” in Manila

Crocs, Revisited.

Even though this blog is described as “the pseudo personal blog about blogging, technology and stuff” it seems that the most popular post has to do with my fashion sense. Let’s revisit Crocs. Eek!

WiiFit Parody

[Sarcastic Gamer via Ironic Gamer] In reference to doing yoga on the Nintendo Wii, here is the WiiFit video that has been taped over by a huge pile of sarcasm. I especially like the part where the narrator goes “don’t wanna invest $3.19 on a hula hoop? Why not pick up a Wii for $300.00 … Continue reading WiiFit Parody

Cooped Up in Fantasy

Wikipedia image of Ganondorf, the last boss in Ocarina of Time, 1998 I must admit that the partial reason why I bought a Wii was to play The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. It has been almost ten years since I last played a Zelda game, and if you got the time line right, 1998 … Continue reading Cooped Up in Fantasy