Monthly Archives: August 2007
Some time in June, I was interviewed by the Community Editors of Autodesk Manufacturing Community. It was really an honor to be featured there. In fact, Garin Gardiner of Autodesk posting a comment on my Inventor blog already means a lot to me. . Before I received the newsletter in my e-mail, my colleage sent
After the Harry Potter and the Transformers contests at Yugatech, here now comes The Bourne Ultimatum contest. The lucky winner will win merchandise from this film such as a black cap and a replica of the David Webb dog tag. Anyway, I think that generating a winner from this contest seems difficult because Abe will
Our Uncle (Tito Gil or Toits for short) is part of the batch of a certain culinary school that organized a buffet at a function room at Cafe Ysabel. Cafe Ysabel is located at San Juan.
It was my first time to go the Mag:Net at Bonifacio High Street. The line up consists of Radioactive Sago Project, Paramita and Up Dharma Down. It has been ages ago since I last went to a gig. I think the last one was the album launch of Sino Sikat.
I just found a piano only version of Tonight, Tonight by Smashing Pumpkins in YouTube. Watch and listen. It will send chills down to your spine. The piano cover was done by some YouTube user. His other covers are some songs from Pink Floyd and some classical music.
Another review of a compilation album that I contributed for Titik Pilipino is also online at their website.
My review for Rock Grooves in Delirious Ways is also online at Titik Pilipino. Compilation albums are indeed hard to review and it is quite a challenge for me. Nevertheless, I was able to accomplish the task.
I was just surfing at Titik Pilipino to check if some of the reviews that I submitted to them are online already. I just saw my review for Kwento Pop (Blue Ketchup’s debut album).