I was able to attend the Tatt Awards last Friday and was actually very curious to know who will win the Indie Rocker category (which is I am more interested in). I waited long for this and then Up Dharma Down was already onstage while they were announcing the finalists for this category then finally, they mentioned the winner, Up Dharma Down. Continue reading “Indie Rocker Winner at the Globe Tatt Awards is Up Dharma Down”
Speedtest of SM Megamall’s Wifi
I am currently at SM Megamall for the WiFi testing. Apparently it’s not that fast basing it on the speedtest minutes ago. Websites I accessed during the test were just the basics – Plurk.com, Yahoo Mail, Gmail, NU 107.5 live streaming and Tweetdeck.The connection becomes intermittent once in a while. Uploading pictures here in WordPress is also struggling to be completed. I also tried to play Restaurant City in Facebook but unfortunately, it’s a fail. Continue reading “Blogging Live from SM Megamall WiFi Testing”
I think it was 3 weeks ago when I was invited to the launch of Acer Aspire Timeline with a dinner cruise in Manila Bay. I was actually curious of what this new laptop of Acer is all about, so read the student laptop reviews about it first, of course. I have been an Acer user for quite some time and I am satisfied on the performance of my Acer Aspire desktop which I bought in Abenson’s last December 2008.
What’s interesting about this new line of laptops from Acer is that it has a long battery life. I always bring my laptop charger because my laptop’s battery can only last until 2 hours. For the Timeline, they boast that it can go up to 8 hours. This is good news for me because it will make me confident not to bring my charger anymore. There are two reason why their batteries last long: Intel’s Core™ 2 Duo ultra low voltage processors combined with Acer’s PowerSmart button and the Laminar Wall Jet. It’s a literal LAPtop because it doesn’t heat that easily. Continue reading “Acer Aspire Timeline Is Part of My Wish List”
Eraserheads Sandbox TV Commercial
While I was at the Sandbox media launch event last June 11th, I didn’t realize that it was already being shown at the screen behind me. It was Karla who told me that it has been playing there since we got inside The Bureau. I was surprised to see that I saw the Eheads together in a TV commercial. I remember the TV commercials they had before such as Pepsi Megadrive, San Miguel Homeboys, 2 Chippy commercials and some others. I think the last commercial they had was the Bogchi Chippy.
Sandbox is the newest Filipino social networking website which became operational a few months ago. I know that you are already already saying to yourself “What? Another social networking website?” but for Sandbox,this one is different because it is developed by creative minds here in the Philippines. By the way, it’s brought to you by Smart. Continue reading “Sandbox: Social Networking Website for the Filipino On-The-Go”
This is my commentary about Prof. Danny Arao’s blog post: Huwag Kang Magblog Kung…
Prof. Danny Arao’s blogpost about bloggers who become “sell outs” in the blogosphere is indeed thought provoking. I have been blogging for a long time but it was only until now that I get to meet some other bloggers in “real life” through the the different blogger or media events organized by different marketing or pr agencies. It’s only now I realize that there are some perks by becoming a blogger. I must admit it was fun since I get to experience things I have not done before ( especially the food that I have not tasted before). In exchange of letting me experience those perks of course I should return the favor by writing about their product or event etc. That’s ‘social exchange theory’ in real life, but it’s not being forced. Even though they feed me with all the food they want, nothing can control me on what I will say. I will still write a bad review if I didn’t like the taste of the food or if the service is bad. I make sure that it’s being done constructively and not because I am being too personal about it. Continue reading “Why Do You Want to Blog?”
If you’re into ‘mini’ these days, now you would probably interested to get a hold of the Dell Inspiron Mini 9. This laptop is designed for those people who are always on the go because it’s very lightweight. It’s just 2.2 lbs.
Here are some of its features ( from the Dell website):
- Intel® AtomTM Processor (1.6GHz, 512KB L2 Cache, 533MHz FSB)
Glossy 8.9 inch LED display (1024X600)
One external speaker
Up to 16GB configured with a Solid State drive.
Up to 1GB2 533MHz DDR2 SDRAM.
Intel® Integrated Graphics Media Accelerator 950
4-cell 32 WHr Li-ion Battery
Optional 0.3MP or 1.3MP webcams
Has wi-fi and bluetooth options
Dimensions:Width: 9.13″ (232mm)Height: 1.07″ (27.2mm) front / 1.25″ (31.7mm) backDepth: 6.77″ (172mm)