22 May 2013
in Advocacy, Other Events, Technology Tags: advocacy, The World We Want, United Nations
I just voted.
And these are what I voted for:
(Yes, I am actually 31 and) the last item on the list checked seems so trivial, but I place quite high value on phone and internet access. That’s me being very, very personal, in my list of priorities. It was either that or better healthcare.
It was nice to know how the world voted, so far.
04 May 2013
in Digital Filipino, Other Events, Technology Tags: blogging, conference, Digital Filipino, iblog, iblog9, Janette Toral, summit
iBlog9 is a 2-day FREE event. The first day (May 31) is targeted for bloggers, marketers, businesses and entrepreneurs wanting to understand how to tap blogs as a medium to promote their products and services. Also as a means to generate income. Day 1 also tackles advance topics on blogging – taking blogs to the next level. The second day (June 1) is meant to everyone interested about blogging.
iBlog9: The 9th Philippine Blogging Summit (#iblog9) will be on May 31 and June 1, 2013 at the Malcolm Theater, UP College of Law, UP Diliman, Quezon City from 8 am to 5 pm.
The first 300 registered participants to come early (on or before 9 am) will be given food stub and participant kit. Afterwards, remaining food stubs and participant kits shall be given to early walk-ins. So REGISTER now.
Day 1 AGENDA (May 31)
9:00 to 9:20 Flag ceremony, prayer, participant intro (limited)
9:20 – 9:40 Understanding the Blogger Psyche
(Jonel Uy, BloggerCircles.com)
9:50 to 10:10 Blogging as an effective Content Marketing Tool for Businesses
(Ben Francia, http://www.benfrancia.com)
10:20 to 10:35 break
10:35 – 10:55 Empowerment in Digital Marketing
(Grace Bondad Nicolas, www.empoweredgrace.blogspot.com)
11:05 – 11:25 Working with brands either for your business or advocacy, and even both
(Jeoffrey Solas, www.liberatingjepoy.com)
11:35 to 11:55 Sponsor Talk: Sun iMessenger: blog marketing case study
(Louie Oviedo, President & CEO of Greetings Unlimited Inc.)
12:05 to 1:05 Lunch break
1:05 – 1:25 How to Get the Influencers Write About Your Startup
(Jonha Revesencio, http://ijustdid.org)
1:35 – 1:55 Bloggers and political organizations – the road to 2016
(Mark Pere Madrona, rightonthemark.wordpress.com)
2:05 – 2:25 Fighting corruption online and offline
(Angel Bombarda, www.bantay.ph)
2:35 to 2:55 Income & Opportunities through Blogging
(Khoa Bui, www.secretsentrepreneur.com)
3:05 to 3:20 BREAK
3:20 to 3:40 Bloggers as Digital Influencers
(Janette Toral, DigitalFilipino.com)
4:00 sponsor raffle, shirts raffle, and group photo
18 Mar 2013
in Technology Tags: data, infographic, the internet
I just wanted to share something that I got off of my [ever fantabulous] Facebook feed:
Data Never Sleeps: An interesting look at how much data is created every minute and where it comes from.
Please click on the image to view the source.
10 Sep 2011
in Technology Tags: Android App, iTyphoon, Nueca Tech
With the iTyphoon application developed for Android platform by Nueva Technologies and launched last September 6, 2011, you can now get typhoon updates for FREE!
iTyphoon is a premium application that provides typhoon updates. It has four (4) screens: Details, Map, Reference, and Credits.
The Details screen:
1. HEADING (update number, current update date/time, next update date/time)
2. ICON (intensifying, weakening, steady)
3. SUMMARY (Philippine typhoon name, international typhoon name, current eye location, maximum windspeed, gustiness, area of responsibility, direction and speed, heading towards location)
4. BACKGROUND (no typhoon, over ocean, landfall)
5. NARRATIVE (descriptive behavior of the typhoon)
6. SIGNALS (Public Storm Signal Warnings issued by PAGASA (Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration)
7. DISTANCES (distances with respect to places of interest and popular destinations)
8. FORECAST (weather outlook for the next 2-5 days)
Screenshots (Typhoon Mina) - Details Screen (Update, Icon, Summary, Narrative, and Background)
07 Jun 2011
in Technology Tags: Globe, numbers, Smart, Sun, technology, telecommunications
Ever since I got a postpaid plan, courtesy of Globe SM Naga branch, and availed myself of its unlimited mobile surfing for P999/mo and unlimited Globe & TM text and call for P599/mo (and in the process got myself a new Galaxy Samsung Mini absolutely free!)…
…I have been making unlimited calls to my staff, my family, my friends and practically anyone who has a Globe/TM number.
The thing is, I can’t really distinguish which numbers are not on the Globe/TM network. Good thing, I found this handy. It’s great for tracking which people I’m calling I get additional charges for.
How to determine if Smart, Globe or Sun number
I hope you found this post helpful!
*last updated March 22, 2012
28 Mar 2011
in Design, Technology, Wharf Galley Rock Cafe Tags: website, website project, Wharf Galley
So, this is just my way of saying why I did not make it to B-Side last night – I was busy making websites. The sites are up but they are all in beta. What’s important is they are up. I stayed up all night last night, had a few hours of sleep this morning, have not had my morning coffee, had not showered, had not eaten, but well… at least I can now say I’m (almost) done. And I am proud of what I have done too, with my limited time and knowledge and design skills. *stucks tongue out at ya*
You may now follow Wharf Galley on Twitter for updates on performances and other events.
You may also email the admin (which is just actually me, at least for now) any concerns, suggestions, inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org
I had initially considered making a separate YouTube account for Wharf but since I already made a dedicated video page, I will keep uploading videos of performances on my own account at angkuletdotcom.
15 Dec 2010
in Friends and their Interests, Technology Tags: Tough Brat Bags
I have always been a fan of messenger bags. I live and breathe messenger bags. These days though, my messenger bags are either too small or too soft to carry the one thing I almost never go around without – my laptop. I’ve always been a fan of huge bags – one that can carry the myriad of little things that I tend to carry around with me. The more pockets, the better. More pockets mean more organization. I like to keep organization even in the middle of the chaos that only a take-everything-with-me-wherever-I-go attitude can lead to. If the bag is waterproof or even semi-waterproof all the better!
I have been looking for a laptop bag at Multiply online stores. I do have a Crumpler laptop bag now that my friend gave me as a birthday present but with its traveler beach-bum look, sometimes it just doesn’t go along with my mood or my look for the day. I have been looking for a more formal laptop bag. That is how I found myself doing a search on Multiply, and stumbling upon Tough Brat bags – and instantly falling in love. I wanted to get one of each style, to go along with each probable mood I will find myself in.