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!
Several weeks ago, The Blog Herald went up for auction for around 75,000 US dollars. Just yesterday, the press release was that BlogMedia Inc bought TBH. My question is, what happens when a blog gets sold to someone else? 1. You say goodbye. Duncan does his farewell post, comparing the blogosphere to the Ultimate Question … Continue reading what happens when a blog gets sold?
Eww. BERLIN (Reuters) – A Bavarian village was flooded by liquid pig manure after a tank containing the fertilizer burst, German police said Wednesday. Sewage rose to 20 inches in the courtyards and streets of Elsa after gushing from the tank, which held some 240,000 litres of pig manure. “The village was swamped with green-brown … Continue reading the mother of all muck
I’d like to congratulate my friend and fellow Southridge alumnus Gabe Mercado and SPIT (The Silly Peoples Improv Theater) and his wife for launching their first podcast! Gabe Mercado has been juggling his career as TV and movie actor, stage performer, and one of the founding members of the award-winning band Dapulis. He has also … Continue reading The SPITcast!
I’ve been following a huge block of text online lately. Since I can’t afford the book, I just decided to download its pertinent parts. Welcome to The Cluetrain Manifesto, Imagine for a moment: millions of people sitting in their shuttered homes at night, bathed in that ghostly blue television aura. They’re passive, yeah, but more … Continue reading The Cluetrain: Markets are conversations
It’s 4:51 PM and I’m just walking distance from the commotion that is Ayala Avenue. I guess it is about time that the people have realized how innefective rallies have become and that force is necessary – from both sides of the fence. You know what the difference was from the very first EDSA People … Continue reading the political situation from my point of view
One of the things I love about the Internet is the immediate freedom bestowed on any joe or jane to make their thoughts heard. In the realm of politics, I’m personally tired of hearing the same old faces hog the podium to talk about the state of the country. I’d rather hear it from … … Continue reading Blogging, Podcasting and Politics
Laban, Pacquiao! [Check it out at Team Xbox]
Every morning, I check out my WP dashboard to see if I received new trackbacks and links over the evening. Some of the sites that link back are a little duh, but every once in a while I find gems such as these… So cool. Portable, inflatable. from The Gadget Garden
Your cyborg name here Thanks Miranoriel
The last PR update was five months ago. The online community is expecting another one soon. PR updates are important because they determine how “valued” your webpage is. For those who earn money online, a PR of 6/10 merits around $100 in advertising ads from various sources. You can check your site’s PR by typing … Continue reading Google Updates PageRanks… again!
SUMMIT recently made public a TNS survey highlighting the most popular magazines for 2005 based on newsstand sales in over 100 (?) locations. Interesting to note is the tech section where HIP was able to place two of the titles in the top four. That’s PC Magazine in number 2 and m|PH at number 4. … Continue reading Philippine Magazine News stand Surveys
Our government is allocating a budget of P50 million pesos to redesign the front of the gov.ph website. That’s one big bag of whatdafuck. What are they gonna install? Laser beams? (pewpewpew) [Yuga linking to INQ7.net]
Kiss today goodbye, The sweetness and the sorrow. Wish me luck, the same to you. But I can’t regret What I did for love, what I did for love. – What I Did for Love from A Chorus Line