Instructions: Name ten of life’s simple pleasures that you like the most, then pick ten people to do the same. Try to be original and creative and not to use things that someone else has already used. [from Adel] 1. The taste of Bulalo on a cold, rainy day 2. Chicharon Bulaklak with Royal Tru-Grape … Continue reading The Simple Life
Formerly known as the Revolution, the Nintendo GO! looks like my next huge console purchase (after the huge price drop of course a few months after retail). This is coming from the guy who has never owned a console since his teens. Here’s why. After the days of 8-bit console gaming, I went straight to … Continue reading Why I’d get a Nintendo Go!
Go to iBlog 2 , the Philippines’ 2nd Blogging Summit. Attendance is FREE. Register now to save your seat! There is a schedule of breakout sessions listed here. It is interesting to note that the blogging conference is pretty broad in its topics for bloggers. The day is divided into different sessions where participants can … Continue reading Philippine iBlog summit on April 18
As reprinted in my m|PH March 2006 issue column titled The Prodigal Screen Protector and Other Bedtime Stories There are those rare moments when the demo unit reveals all There’s a reason why I love reviewing phones for m|PH. In the beginning I ‘d choose to review phones for the pure sake of gadget bliss. … Continue reading Titillating Text Scandals
Family tradition states that I stay here at home. I was never one to go out during the Holy Week. It was pretty straightforward since I was young. “Jesus is dead, so you should stay home.” And I guess it stuck. The only difference is that now, I have work and need to be in … Continue reading where are you going for the holy week?
Google dropped a PageRank pebble into the wireless blog pond and it seems that this personal blog of mine finally has rank! 4/10 to be exact! Woohoo! This is also great news for my team blog, The AfterMac (currently being relaunched) which is seeing a PR of 5/10. What does this mean? Well, “pogi points” … Continue reading this blog has PR!!
Here’s my socio-political comic for the day. Thanks to Denise for the pictures.
Here’s another little something I wrote back in the days when I was inspired to really do poetry. I forgot why exactly I wrote this. Must have been an emotional tidal wave that hit me then. Anyway… here’s my art, 5 years ago. Once, But Only Once to all dreamers Once, but only once at … Continue reading and the poetry comes and goes
I’ve been browsing through my network’s stable of blogs and we recently launched a rather interesting one called Fly Away Cafe that documents the travel adventures of flight attendant Mary Jo around the world. Press release here.
Before I continue, this post was based on two references which I’ve been reading and re-reading and re-re-reading: Job hunting using your blog as a resume “Making money because of your blog” as opposed to “Making money directly from your blog” There is a demographically small and lucky bunch of people who know exactly what … Continue reading your blog is your marketing tool!
I always knew my brother Angelo was into basketball, particularly the NBA. But I didn’t know he was that obsessed with it. Today, b5 launched a new blog entitled NBA Obsessed, a sports commentary blog on the intricacies of the NBA. As I was telling Aaron our channel editor, I wouldn’t have referred him if … Continue reading NBA Obsessed
Okay, hell just froze over. But you know what? I’m gonna play it! In the game, players take on the role of a new Wisteria Lane housewife, who can uncover or create new scandals on the seemingly idyllic street where the show takes place. [Read more here] Afterwards, I’ll prolly settle for a New Jersey … Continue reading Desperate Housewives the Video Game
During my “Sunday alone time” I accidentally uncovered some of the poetry I used to write back in college. I’m not sure if I actually posted some of in my old blog so pardon my French if I indulge myself in a memory of what I used to do. Like a Lover If you sing … Continue reading i used to write poetry
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