Will Google Wave make a big splash?
The only criteria I had for choosing the winner for the first round was that the workstation should have stood out amongst the others. So in a way, it was like grading on a bell curve because choosing the winner heavily relied on what everyone else would submit. Amidst the geeky workstation submissions, Nina’s stood … Continue reading DiscOVIries Week 1 Winner: Nina Fuentes!
Because we all like the NYAN NYAN!
This is absolutely brilliant. I’m just reposting the whole thing! Because you’ve always wanted to throw your undies at a rockstar. From Facebook Events: With close to a million people still in evacuation centers a week after Ondoy , there is an urgent need to provide female victims of Typhoon Ondoy with feminine clothes and … Continue reading October 5, 9:00PM: Special Laglag Panty (at Bra) Rockeoke Night
There was an incessant exchange of emails between my publisher, myself and Angelo the other day, pondering on how Splashpress Media can help out in the Ondoy typhoon aftermath. We joined in with Mike Villar’s Philippine Aid efforts. Great job, Mike! Click on the “copy” tab to get the code to embed on your blogs. … Continue reading Splashpress Media’s efforts and more ways to help
For those of you who are stuck at home and have Internet connection, it would be much appreciated if you could help update this spreadsheet. The Typhoon Ondoy Mapping Team is a group of volunteers who are marking affected areas via Google Maps. The form is very easy to use. It provides very good context … Continue reading Volunteers! HELP: Plotting out Ondoy emergency areas
Since a huge part of OVI in the Philippines is about sharing photos and videos
This is the link to the Disaster Relief Google Spreadsheet that is being compiled by volunteers, bloggers, NGO’s and citizens who are keeping a vigilant watch over the airwaves. The list compiles relief drop off points, private efforts, hotline numbers and establishments that have opened their doors to accommodate relief goods. Please scan through the … Continue reading Google Spreadsheet for ‘Ondoy’ Drop Off Zones
UPDATE: Here is a complete spreadsheet of all the drop off / donation centers if you wish to help. Thanks to Nina Terol for spreading this. Right now the easiest way to make donations from the seat of your chair is via mobile phone load. The Red Cross Rescue and Relief Operations. Send RED to … Continue reading Red Cross Load Donations: The easiest way to help
How it is done, with a Nokia phone.
I celebrated my 6th month of diving over the long weekend. Since April, I finished both my open water and advanced courses, logged 31 dives, six of which were wrecks, one a freshwater lake, and conquered the Canyons in Puerto Galera. I’ve made new friends and we put up our very own underwater travel blog … Continue reading 6 Months of Diving the Philippines
Here we go again. Nike is releasing another exclusive set of Manny Pacquiao gear: the first is a tee with speckled finished on a Manny Pacquiao crest and a ‘stellar’ glow in the dark 259 Pacman Knows Trainer. The shirt will retail for P1,095.00 while the glow in the dark shoes will go for P5,995.00. … Continue reading Limited Edition Manny Pacquiao “PacMan Knows” Apparel from Nike
Check out the video quality of the 5th generation iPod nano camera!
At the Apple press conference!
UPDATE II: Students will receive the singles for free! SMART is giving away thousands of these during the event. Alumni and faculty can buy the dongles at a discounted P895.00 (!!!) on the event date. That’s September 19 at the Mega Tent in Ortigas near the Department of Education. SMART is instilling school spirit (and … Continue reading SMART BRO HSPA Dongle Designs for UAAP / NCAA