It is currently June 2006 and I celebrate my one year of discovering that there is such a thing as professional blogging. Here are the highlights of one year of blogging in the making: June 2005: I was offered a seat in b5media’s rocket ride as the network launched with several blogging personalities famous all … Continue reading State of the blogging address 2006
As you can see above, A Bugged Life has a new banner. I’ve always wanted to do a “me stepping on myself” shot. There were surprisingly a bunch of people involved with this banner. I’d like to thank Rikky for the photoshoot, Adel for the Timtastic! font, Rico, Kiven and Alexis for the layout suggestions.
Though it’s only a trailer, it seems like Ghost Rider will be an overload of really good special effects, masking a lot of the noir that encapsulates most Ghost Rider comics. Stars Nicholas Cage as Johnny Blaze. Huwhaat? TY Adel for the movie.
A lot of people seem to mistake graduates from Woodrose and Southridge to automatically be members of Opus Dei. Even more so when you also chose UA&P as your college. So I get asked that a lot, and I always reply that, no I’m not a member but I do know a lot about it … Continue reading mistaken identity?
One of my eccentricites has to do with buying books. Unless it is a gift, I never remove the price tag on any of the books that I buy. This is to serve as a reminder that books are to be taken care of because every time you look down and see the price of … Continue reading Price Tag Practice
So the MacBook has just been announced and what transpires hereafter is so lightning fast I barely had time to digest the tech specs. As soon as the new (orgasmically beautiful and affordable) MacBook was announced, PhilMUG starts to do an iChat conference. What can I say? $1,000 for Intel core duo, iSight, decent amount … Continue reading The Cult of Mac: MacBook
Our handsome web guy has uploaded a bunch of geeky wallpapers for m|PH as well as some golfer wallpapers for Golf Digest Philippines. It would be a shame to not advertise them here. Do check them out and download. One thing I’ve wondered with the tech wallpapers is that we haven’t shown one with a … Continue reading Geeky and Golfer wallpapers
Recently, the publishing company I work for acquired the rights to publish the world’s best golf magazine, Golf Digest. In about a month’s time Golf Digest Philippines will be available in news stands. In the meantime, we’ve launched the Golf Digest blog. Many thanks to Kiven for helping us out. The blog is a more … Continue reading Golf Digest Philippines
A friend of mine did an excellent post a few weeks ago about the HYPHENATE life (i.e. doing many things at the same time such as writer slash photographer slash sideline business slash something something). A lot of people, especially those who are very talented in the arts vie to become a hyphenate – not … Continue reading your life in hyphenates
I had the chance to interview one of the newest writers for m|PH. His name is Hondo Vicente. His work has been around for the past two months, spanning reviews of the Sony Ericsson W550i and the Motorola RAZR V3i. He also helps with the on-location WiFi hotspot shoots. Jayvee: How long have you been … Continue reading Exclusive interview with Hondo Vicente
I’m going to attempt to make this blog entry in the style of how Pam Pastor does it. Kudos you to you Pam, because you sure know how to merge blogging with storytelling. Who would have thought that a single text message found me trekking my way to UP Diliman’s Chocolate Kiss and making my … Continue reading Rock Ed rocks Olongapo!
Well, it’s here! A few days shy of Labor Day and right on schedule, this issue of m|PH will be the most memorable one in our collection. That’s because something really interesting is happening next month in time for the magazine’s third year in the business. So if you do get to grab a copy, … Continue reading a midsummer geek’s dream
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For those in the marketing and advertising industry, you may have already encountered the popular book by Malcolm Gladwell titled The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. The premise of the book describes how certain events can become ‘tipping points’ that change the tide of social behaviors such as trends in … Continue reading the tipping point and blogging