Yesterday I did two things I’ve never done for a long time: play around with a WordPress plugin and prepare pork kilawin. I’ve long wanted to incorporate Lightbox in the WordPress theme I’m making and in a project I’m setting up. I decided to use the WP Lightbox 2 plug-in instead of the original packageContinue reading “Cooking with Lightbox JS version 2”
Dennis Rodman walks out after eating the banana leaf wrapping of the suman served to him.
How to use USB Mass Storage Synchronizer to make iTunes manage music files and podcasts in your Sony Ericsson k750i.
Since last year, I have been actively moving files that I need to access anywhere online, in an experiment to “make the network my computer.” This served me well during the recent Free Expression in Asian Cyberspace conference in Manila. The greatest benefit is that the files I needed for things I was working onContinue reading “FEAC2006: technical notes”
Last week’s conference organized by the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (Seapa) in cooperation with the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) with the support of the Berkman Center Center for Internet and Society offered me a chance to meet bloggers and journalists from all over Asia. Time flew so fast for the conference–an indication thatContinue reading “Free Expression in Asian Cyberspace conference: personal notes”
I’m learning a lot both in the sessions and off-session talks with participants of the Free Expression in Asian Cyberspace conference here at the Asian Institute of Management Conference Center. I had a long talk with Bryan Nunez, technology manager of Witness, a website that uses video to expose human rights abuses. Bryan is aContinue reading “Conference notes: podcasting, CMS, and don’t open Google Reader in the conference room”
I was all set to attend yesterday’s iBlog2 summit. I’m here in Manila for the Free Expression in Asian Cyberspace conference organized by the Southeast Asian Press Alliance and the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism. I was scheduled to arrive before noon yesterday but the flight I took got delayed. I arrived at the hotelContinue reading “Darn, I missed iBlog2”
I nearly stumbled when I saw her, then I gawked, stopping mid-stride. Had somebody been walking behind me, I would have been bumped. She looked just as she had the last time I held her in my hands, 10 years back. Only this time, she was a biggie, a sight that would almost certainly getContinue reading “Old flame, sinful old flame”
Google Calendar, launched just a few days ago, is a service I see myself using extensively. The first thing that grabbed my attention is the typical (for Google) uncluttered and simplified interface. Google Calendar is powered by Ajax, a web technology that allows the updating chunks of information in a web page without having toContinue reading “Organize your life with Google”
I change the themes of my Sony Ericsson K750i at least four times a week. I’m always in the lookout for great looking phone themes to download, especially animated ones. My taste in phone themes mirrors my taste in blog design, I love glassy buttons, transparencies and slashes in buttons or background graphic. I dependContinue reading “My roundup of the best Sony Ericsson K750i themes”