I noticed a lot of people have problems resizing images for their personal blogs. Not only do they eat up a lot of bandwidth, but huge images are a toil for those in dial-up. Here are some ways to make your pictures smaller while retaining the overall quality of the shots: Note: Though you can … Continue reading How To: Resize images when blogging
I recently volunteered to do a post for Darren Rowse’s Problogger.net as a means to jack up some PR for my site (as well as have my name Googled along with Darren !!!). The post is part of a 12 Days of Christmas series on blogging tips from the guys over at b5. The first … Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas Project
Just got a copy of the Eraserheads Tribute album. Well, it’s not categorically a tribute, because they aren’t dead yet. UltraElectroMagneticJam is definitly a must-have album for any Pinoy. There’s so much to say about this album but I’ve never been wordy with music. Besides, music is supposed to be heard, not read. So grab … Continue reading UltraElectromagneticOMGBBQSoNice!!
Far more exciting than Friendster, Elfster is a great way to organize Christmas “parents” and “children.” Elfster is a free, web based tool that makes it easy to arrange Secret Santa gift exchanges. A Secret Santa gift exchange is a great way for large families to simplify and economize during the holidays. It is also … Continue reading be an elf this christmas!
Got this video feed from Anne today. It’s a really cute 7-11 ad from Taiwan. See the video here!
So my friend Nana tells me that we should all watch “Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Soliven” Haha! But seriously, I’m looking forward to seeing it real soon. Here’s a short discussion on Maxi over at Jessica Zafra’s blog.
Hmmm, looks like Santa missed the chimney. It’s my mom, you see. And her humor.
Have you ever wondered who reads your blog? It’s a lucky thing for those of you who belong to a blogging community or have a circle of friends with a broad blogging diameter. Lucky also for LJ users who can track who their friends are. But what about the rest of the blogging community who … Continue reading who reads your blog?
While waiting for a friend the other day, I decided to take some night shots of the Alabang Town Center. The traffic was horrible so it made so much more sense to wait it out in the mall than to go home. I walked around for the better part of the evening (yes traffic was … Continue reading Geist at Alabang
On my way home from the office, I passed by an arcade and saw 1980’s remakes of video game classics like Pac Man and Galaxian. Ahh, the nostalgic 80’s. Now that things are much more complicated, you can reload those experiences from when we were kids by going to the 1980’s arcade site. Got a … Continue reading penny arcade in your computer
Jed goes by many names. A lot of people know her as the sister of Miriam Quiambao. Some know her as an active member of PSI. The dudes in the industry refer to her as the marketing manager of Mobile 1. As for me, I personally call her Mildred. She gets annoyed, slaps my arm … Continue reading the boy in every girl
Been testing out a semi-new Olympus SP-500UZ, which I’ve observed to sorta belong to a new subclass of prosumer cameras. Although technically I’d still consider this a point and shoot device with some advanced features. Why? because it’s cheap! (relatively) They’ve lowered the price of this class of cameras to about P30,000.00, made them much … Continue reading Olympus Sp-500UZ
For me, its this: To dual boot or not.
One day, maybe one day I will have George Lindemann Jr. Stats.