Month: March 2007

  • Love is Tragedy

    I really don’t know why there’s this soft side in me that likes tragic endings. Nevertheless, I typically like only those that come with very wonderful meanings. Love is tragedy—it is sacrifice.

  • Apparently, The Philippines Does Not Exist

    As reported on the so-called—or better yet, the self-proclaimedbest daily newspaper on the world wide web, Kenya have set a world first with mobile money transfers. As far as I know, mobile remittance and money transfers are old technology here in the Philippines.

  • Nothing Could Stop a Dreamer

    I’ve watched this animation a long time ago, but after I saw a recent Multiply entry about some inspirational video from a friend, I just remembered it right away. I searched for it and found it on YouTube. Now, what do you think of it?

  • New Way to Get Involved

    If you happen to be an advocate of anything—may it be Web-related or not—it really wouldn’t hurt to get out of your lazy sitting position and go out to reach a broader set of people. Web-wise, this has been done successfully on the Spread Firefox Web site with its members, and business-wise, on record companies and bands with street teams. Now, my advocacy followed suit.

  • Musing #0009

    I think I’ve lost my touch. Well, I mean my writing skills. I’ve got tons to say but I couldn’t write it. So … How do you think I could overcome writer’s block or—in my case—blogger’s block?