I’ve been a firm believer in new media. That is why I love to advocate the new trimedia model to people when they as me on my thoughts about how media is evolving. TV, radio and print is slowly embracing online video, podcasts and websites / blogs. I’m not saying this is the death of … Continue reading hackenslash en podcast
Here’s a shot of one of the vehicles of mass destruction on display at the 11th Hot Air Balloon Fiesta at Clark. Somehow, it really looks like a toy. The shot was taken at twilight, which explains the interesting light in the background.
Yesterday I made my way to a dinner in the Greenhills Promenade area. Making my way to the dinner, my bladder decided to have an emotional outbreak and cry. I tried to remain calm and make my way to the paid bathroom area on the second floor of the promenade to appease my bladder. Now … Continue reading The Greatest Story on Earth
Today, Anton of Our Awesome Planet took us to Clark, Pampanga for the 11th Hot Air Balloon Fiesta. This was my chance to test out a theory I had with filters as I wanted an experience like this to convey emotions of fantasy, dreams, and a flashback to the good old days. Click on the … Continue reading Bloggers Are Full Of Hot Air
This shot was taken using 2 Cokin filters on top of one another. The first layer was a center spot filter with a second pastel 86 layer to create the dreamy effect throughout.
So as to borrow the resurfaced 80’s catch phrase for getting together. The blogosphere is getting more and more exciting as the value of a linkback is merited by real world meets. Here are some things to look forward to in the next few weeks: Social 1. This weekend, Anton Diaz and pals are inviting … Continue reading Hey Bloggers, Welcome to the Social!
I’m now an addict. And the worst part of it all, it was all due to my dad. *flashback* Today I ventured to the last day of Photoworld 2007, which is really just another name for “Geeky Casino” as photographers and videographers from all walks of life converge to spend money on camera, camera equipment, … Continue reading I’m Addicted to Cokin
And now for something lighter. When Gail asked me for help on how to encourage her husband to post more, I could not resist but give my “no post no love” business model for blogging. To Marc, hey bro, dude, really sorry about this. But your wife really asked for a creative way on how … Continue reading Never ask a blogger to be a love consultant
There have been two things that I’ve found to be recently disturbing. The first was the seeming misinterpretation of my post about PWIT and Pinoy Tech Blog – as if there really was some controversy going on. My intent was to help promote PWIT as the cast and crew involves people whom I have worked … Continue reading When blog posts get counterproductive
Have you ever stumbled upon a website that you thought should win something? It never really crosses your mind at first – in the same way how you glance upon a hottie walking down the opposite side of the road. I mean, your first reaction wouldn’t be “hey I bet that lady could win a … Continue reading And the nominees are …
Back in high school, our physics teacher taught us that falling from a certain height, anything can be used as a deadly weapon. Such was the case with the falling cow that was thought to be a military weapon back in the old days – legend says that a cow had been airlifted to be … Continue reading The Art of Falling
Almost three years ago I had my first encounter with a Crumpler Bag. It was called the McBain’s Lovechild – a slightly smaller version of McBain, which fit my 12 inch iBook like a charm. Ever since then the Crumpler brand has had a cult following – whose majority of members were obviously from that … Continue reading The Crumpler Store: Now Open for (Geeky) Business!
Very similar to “if you only had one more day to live, what would you do with it?” So kids, what would it be? If you knew that you only had one day to live, would you even bother posting one last entry onto your blog? When we refer to “blog” I’d assume this would … Continue reading If you only had one more blog post before you died…?
I learned something new yesterday, having had time to drop by the Inquirer.net office for a quick meeting. To reference Inquirer.net‘s EIC, he always wanted a quotable quote about how bloggers can learn something from media folk. I don’t remember the exact wording but it goes something like: Bloggers can learn a lot from news … Continue reading Lessons from JV Rufino on Blogging
We walked and walked and walked and walked. tirelessly we trudged along what was the distance from Ayala Avenue to Guadalupe taking photos and dancing to the rhythm of each group of presentors. This was the first time I’ve ever done guerilla shooting. Pretending we were media and crossing the roads, trying to catch those … Continue reading Sinulog 2007 Pictures