Daily Reminders

Daily Reminders

10 June 2013

ContentCuisine.com Office, Matina, Davao City.

I’m currently on training for a new job at a small office in Matina, Davao City. I got my own desk, so I can do whatever is possible here.

As I sometimes get forgetful, I wanna be reminded of what to do for the day. So I took a pad of sticky notes with me and had them on my desk.

As of now, I need to improve myself – keep off distractions, focus and research well. So much for that.

Hoping for better times.

Little Thought of the Day

“People do not drift toward holiness . Apart from grace -driven effort , people do not gravitate toward godliness , prayer, obedience to Scripture, faith , and delight in the Lord. We drift toward compromise and call it tolerance ; We drift toward disobedience and call it freedom; We drift toward superstition and call it faith. We cherish the indiscipline of lost self- control and call it relaxation; we slouch toward prayerlessness and delude ourselves into thinking we have escaped legalism; we slide toward godlessness and convince ourselves we have been liberated ?” – D A Carson

With the Struggles of the People

With the Struggles of the People

April 19, 2013.
UP Mindanao 16th Commencement Exercises.

During the Valedictory Speech of Julius Voltaire Villanueva, he mentioned the struggles of the people, which prompted those who understand them, student leaders and media practictioners (that includes me) in particular, to stand up and raise their left fists as a sign of support.

I support the notion that UP graduates, and all college graduates in general, should live with the goal to “serve the people.”

(Photo by Therese Tinio)

Writing a Laptop Blog?

Image

As I am venturing into work in the next few months, I will have less time doing blogging, but at the back of my mind, I want to blog through a specific topic, not just in random like I usually do in this blog and on my main blog in Blogger.

I’m a gadget enthusiast, although I wanted myself to focus on gadgets that are on the lower-end budget kinds. I’d like to blog about laptop computers. I’d like to blog on how to buy the best bang-for-your-buck laptop out there. But I want it to be as Pinoy as possible.

Most of the laptop buying guides I find on the Internet are for the US market, giving figures in US dollars. I want to make one on my own that will fit for the Filipinos who are budget-wise. Maybe giving them options on how to squeeze out the extra money on buying those laptop without an OS installed (actually it’s only DOS installed in there). Or having to know the best size for the user. Or the best options to use programs with a low-end processor like the Pentium, the Celeron or the Atom.

Maybe after graduation will I decide if I start this one.