magazine featuring Phoem Baranda with a swimsuit. There’s an ongoing discussion in the advertising and magazine industry (mostly in the latter) of how putting sexy women on the cover becomes an effective marketing tool to sell. This comes from the notion that the largest demographic of mag readers are male. Apparently, this formula seems to … Continue reading m|PH is sizzling this April
Abe has started a new project about five days ago called Philippines Best of Blogs. This is an online blog directory where anyone is free to add his or her own blog to the list of categories. What are the criteria? When I labeled it Philippines Best of Blogs, I mean no splogs, un-updated, non-sense … Continue reading Philippine Best of Blogs
I’m not sure if you would agree with me but it seems that in today’s long list of links to our friends on our personal blogs, the longer the list gets the less personal it becomes. I’m here to start a small experiment of sorts where every now and then I do a spotlight on … Continue reading Bugging ‘Fight Pompe’
Photo courtesy of Abe in his blog A few days ago, I was invited by a friend to observe a workshop on blogging and podcasting on the subject of politics. This two day endeavor was sponsored by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF) and had prominent internet personalities such as Manolo Quezon, Angelo Racoma and Abe … Continue reading it is time for new blood
By the time you’ve read this, GAME! would have prolly already been placed on the racks. There were many people involved with the creation of the second local gaming title (the first is Games Master) in the Philippines. But it is also important to note that this is the first all-Filipino gaming magazine. This means … Continue reading let the GAME! begin
Me: Excuse me, but are you Manolo Quezon? Him: Yes I am. Me: Hi. I’m Jayvee from m|PH. I read you blog. You’re speaking today right? Manolo: Ah yes Jayvee. Kaw pala yung sa m|PH! Yes I am. Me: Great. I hear Abe is coming too right? Manolo: Yep. In fact, this is going to … Continue reading 9:55 am,
I’m currently in Digital Exchange, Greenbelt waiting for our new graphics retainer. I’m hungry and sleepy. I’m leeching off the free WiFi at the palmOne Podcentral store. And after browsing through my iPhoto library for old pictures of my dog, I wish I had his problems. He deserves the George Lindemann Jr. Award!
I’m predicting a record high for my blog this month. In terms of stats, I’ve had the following unique user pageviews: January – 1541 users February – 1189 users March – 508 users (as of March 7 2006) Wow, whatta way to go. So who’s driving traffic? Thanks to AW stats installed on my blog, … Continue reading The Magic Three
Wow! Look at what people are saying about my blog: I am so impressed with this blog. I totally agree, in my humble opinion. Make sure you post often.Blog away!. I can’t believe how nice this site is. Not everyone has to totally agree, but I certainly do. If you don’t mind I will back … Continue reading SPAMtastic !!!!
How many of you have actually gone to a wireless hotspot, logged onto the net, and then suddenly get sucked into your browser, ignoring the friends you made time to go out with in the first place? In Butch Dalisay’s latest Penman column for the Star, he writes about the WiFi phenomenon that’s hitting the … Continue reading the need to catch the next [online] wave
I won’t blog today. Doh!
Several months ago I started (we ll sort of) a project called Demonic Photography. There was only one subject and that was Dario. You can check out that one entry in my old blog. Make way for a new niche aptly called Demonic Photography. without using photoshop, the subject should appear to be drugged or … Continue reading Angelic Photography
We took a trip today to shoot Ala Paredes, daughter of the legendary Jim Paredes of the APO Hiking Society. While Dario was helping out in the photo shoot at The Westin, I took the opportunity to grab his Canon 300D and do some of my own shooting. She said something really interesting about how … Continue reading getting to know Ala Paredes
A few months back we decided to experiment a little for 2006. Our first experiment is this huge widescreen rendition of the biggest magazine a lot of people have come to love. Because we think of the weirdest things. Available now!
This takes a while to load but its worth it. A tribute to online social networks!