Tuesday, April 23, 2013


Ayon sa pinakabagong survey ng SWS, number 5 na lang si Chiz Escudero mula number 1, palagay ko naka apekto sa standing ni Chiz yung mga balita tungkol sa kanila ni Heart Evangelista.  Sa kabilang banda, hindi nakaapekto sa standing ni Cynthia Villar yung balita sa opinyon niya sa mga Pinoy nurses.

Thursday, April 18, 2013

RSS Reader

I am now using old reader most of the time.  It is a fine replacement for google reader. 

I am still using bing as my default search engine,  it is fine for everyday search,  I sometimes switch to google when I can't seem to find the things I'm looking for.

Thursday, April 04, 2013

Desktop ko sa Kubuntu 12.10

Yung picture ng babies ko nag cycle sa lahat ng pictures nila na meron dito sa computer ko.

Wednesday, April 03, 2013

MS Office temptation

Yesterday, I was working on a google doc document and I was getting frustrated with inadequacy of building tables and I was briefly tempted to install WINE and Office 2003.

I decided against it because if I did install WINE and office, I might as well use windows. 

Using linux for about a month and it is still quite frustrating.

Tuesday, April 02, 2013

When Google lost its cool

This article captures how I feel about google
"But in a fickle information economy in which giants become dwarves overnight, balancing one’s reputation for cool with one’s bottom line is trickier than ever. A growing accumulation of incidents that rub users the wrong way creates a climate of dissatisfaction that amplifies our reactions to new abuses. A year ago, maybe we laughed off the “ogooglebar” kerfuffle, ignored Whittaker’s post, and dreamed of wearing Google glasses. Now we poke mean fun at overzealous lawyers, see bean-counting corporate realignment behind every new product launch, and savage Google Glass wearers as irredeemable dorks. Perhaps most troublingly, the benefit of the doubt is gone.We’re way beyond mocking “don’t be evil.” Now our default position toward Google increasingly resembles how we treated Microsoft in the ’90s. Google is indispensable, certainly, but not necessarily to be trusted."

Monday, April 01, 2013

My first e-books

Today I fount out that Michael Hart, the founder of Project Gutenberg died 2 years ago.  As a book reader,  I have always been grateful that Project Gutenberg exists and that if I ever ran out of reading materials, I can always get some there. 

I have not used them a lot, but just knowing that it exists comforts me.  RIP Mr. Michael Hart, I thank you for all your contribution to humankind.