For reasons unknown I went to the Killers concert, believe me Natalie it was a midnight show!!

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBSDmMbtqTM&feature=youtu.be   You got to love it when you get a ticket to a band you love and it’s their first time to play in your country! Well Somebody Told Me that they cancelled their supposedly first show here in the country last 2010, Believe Me Natalie, I was so happy when it was announced they were going to have a Midnight Show in Araneta!  I was like Mr Brightside, Smiling Like I Meant It. Since I’m in dire straights... Read More

Review of Pipo M6 Max (Retina Tablet)

I’ve been wanting to have a tablet for quite a while now but I was adamant at spending the roughly PhP30,000.00 to get the latest iPad4.  So I did some searching around with the following things I wanted from my tablet:  A very good screen, high resolution, bright, good contrast, as I will be using this most of the time to display images, read PDFs, check email, and surf the web.  This is the biggest consideration. At least 9″ so that I could be able to present... Read More

My first week in London, ehm, Egham

So what happened in my first week in London? Well… I landed at Heathrow at around 6 in the morning, the 13th of September… So that’s me at Heathrow near this restaurant, oily faced, I needed a shower.  The airport is so beautiful and clean and organised and efficient.  I was tired from the flight and I felt cold!!  It was so different and cold.  I had to look for the bus and I found the place to be thanks to friendly by standers.  But … The bus timetable... Read More

Today, two years ago I began a wonderful journey.

Exactly today, two years ago began a journey that I won’t forget.  I was off to another country as a recipient of a prestigious scholarship – the British Chevening Scholarship.  The days before I left, I remember I didn’t do much.  I mostly stayed at home.  It was a Monday then and the day before was a Sunday.  On Sunday’s I had a usual routine – breakfast at home, Mass at EDSA Shrine then lunch at Robinsons Galleria.  I don’t remember... Read More

Signs, signs, signs

I began having a fascination with directional signage when I was a consultant to this tourist master development plan in my country.  It was not surprising since I had to design many way finding devices.  When I got to the UK I was delighted by the vast number and variation I found.  In Britain, it seems that they have so much history and this you can tell by the signs they have.  They point you to important places – both old and new. I wish we had the same in our country.  It... Read More