K-Lite and Little David

26 02 2007

It’s been 3 months since 103.5 K-Lite aired it’s final broadcast but I’m still getting hits from various search engines. Search terms such as “klite 1035 fm,” “nitelite 103.5,” and “alternative station to klite 103.5” are still bringing hits to this post. It seems that the K-lite fans are still looking for answers on why K-lite died. Or maybe, they can’t still accept the fact that their favorite radio frequency is now Heart FM and playing mushy easy music all day long.

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Asia’s Big Switch

16 02 2007

Asian countries have started switching from proprietary software such as Microsoft’s (Nasdaq: MSFT) to open source software, it was reported Tuesday at the eighth annual Asia Open Source Software Symposium (AOSSS) in Denpasar, Indonesia.

Experts and information technology practitioners from Bangladesh, China, India, Japan, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, and ASEAN member countries are attending the conference. (source)

What about the Philippines? Are we switching too?

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NoisySoup: Hot and Delicious.

16 02 2007

Yesterday, something really great happened. It’s not really unexpected but I find it hard to believe. It’s surreal, but I know it’s true: My girlfriend joined the blogwagon.

What makes it surreal? Well, let’s just say that blogging is not her cup of java. It’s not in her radar. Blogging, according to her is simply not for her. In fact, this blog of mine was put under her tight scrutiny.   I almost stop this thing just to give her peace of mind.  Luckily, I was able to convince her that there’s nothing wrong with blogging.

Thank you sweetie and welcome to the blogosphere.

Of your suicidal tendencies.

13 02 2007

Last night, my sister asked me for some info regarding the death of a Korean actress. Apparently, somebody told her that Jeong-eun Kim (aka Vivian here in the Philippines), the star of Korean TV Drama Lovers in Paris was allegedly found dead in her boyfriend’s house. Doubtful and unbelieving because she’s a huge fan, she sent me text messages for confirmation.

Since I’m working for a Korean company, she is somehow expecting that I know the entire buzz that has been happening in Korea. Gawd. It’s really my fault, recalling how I sometimes brag tell that some of those Korean stars are our clients.

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Can you read the internet?

8 02 2007

Do you have what it takes to read the internet? Can you understand it’s writing system? Do you know the meaning of all those acronyms used in chatrooms, blogs and forums across the web? Are your eyes clear cool and interweb friendly?

If you’re not so sure, why don’t you read this chart to test if you have the vision cool enough to decipher teh interweb.

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