Archive for April, 2007

It’s been more than 6 months since I last read a newspaper. My dad likes reading the Philippine Star. I’ve seen enough front page content that made me nauseated that I decided to stop reading the trash people from Manila publishes daily. The idiocy have permeated to some of the local dailies here that I […]


I’m maintaining two blogs and contributing to one other. One of the blogs I’m doing is a blog for MTC Academy Davao. The contents that I am posting are mostly news about the information and technology industry, especially regarding the medical transcriptioning, here in Davao. I am subscribed to Sunstar Davao’s RSS feed for updates. […]


I’ve been noticing for the past few months that my three year-old (or is it four) Powerbook’s right shift key has not been right. Last Sunday while at a coffee shop, it just popped right off. I thought it was as easy as putting it right back in like on the Apple keyboard for my […]


I’ve been noticing for the past few months that my three year-old (or is it four) Powerbook’s right shift key has not been right. Last Sunday while at a coffee shop, it just popped right off. I thought it was as easy as putting it right back in like on the Apple keyboard for my […]


I’ve been using Twitter for almost a month now and I’m hooked. For those who don’t know what Twitter is, it’s another one of those web 2.0, social networking thing that’s on the series of tubes we call the interweb. It’s like SMS; you send out a small bit of message. Small bit is 140 […]


A collective WTF?!? went throughout the Mac community when Apple announced that they were going to delay the release of Mac OS 10.5 codename Leopard from June to October of this year. From Apple’s Hot News site a statement read: iPhone has already passed several of its required certification tests and is on schedule to […]


A Mac is an investment. Desktop and portable Macs cost a little more than the equivalent desktop PC clone or a laptop made in China or Taiwan (then again, what laptop isn’t made in China or Taiwan?). As Mac users, the added cost that we pay for our machines mean that we expect a quality […]