Blog of the week

I was writing the second part of my search for the perfect TiddlyWiki (which Ill post later) when I decided to take a break (the testing of various adaptations left me writing in CamelCases even if I wasnt using a wiki) and checked blogs that I frequent. It was a surprise to see a screenshot… Continue reading Blog of the week

Finally, a perfect TiddlyWiki to manage my notes, tasks

(My notes’ journey from TiddlyWiki, GTDTiddlyWiki, ZiddlyWiki to “no name” TiddlyWiki) I organize my notes and tasks lists using GTDTiddlyWiki and a bunch of index cards that serve as a hipster PDA. GTDTiddlyWiki is a single web page that serves as a browser-based scratch pad or notebook. The notes are organized into Tiddlers – chunks… Continue reading Finally, a perfect TiddlyWiki to manage my notes, tasks

Create your own favicon

Crossposted in Sun.Star Blog Chronicles. In some sites and blogs, youd see an icon displayed before the website address in the URL field instead of the Internet Explorer icon or the globe icon in Firefox. This is the favicon or the favorites icon. The icon is also displayed before the websites name in your favorites… Continue reading Create your own favicon

GlobeQuest rolls out Wi-Fi in Manila malls

Innove’s corporate arm GlobeQuest has partnered with Ayala Center to deploy Wi-Fi in Ayala Malls. GlobeQuest, through its Wireless Internet Zone (Wiz), placed W-Fi hotspots in Glorietta, Greenbelt, and Alabang Town Center, and other popular hang-outs in Metro Manila. The hotspots allows users in these establishments to browse the Web, access e-mail, play network games… Continue reading GlobeQuest rolls out Wi-Fi in Manila malls

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Podcasting without really trying

A website is offering to automatically create podcasts from text-only blogs for free. Talkr has long been offering this service but previously limited it to well-known bloggers. While many companies have been releasing podcasting tools in the past months, Talkr is different, says its chief executive officer Chris Brooks in a press statement. Those other… Continue reading Podcasting without really trying

Free as in beer — really

A group of college students published under a Creative Commons license the recipe for a beer they brewed. The license allows anyone to use the recipe “for pleasure or profit.” Here’s part of the Wired article on the news: Their inspiration wasn’t just to get drunk, but to see what happens when an open-source structure… Continue reading Free as in beer — really

Pro Evolution Soccer 4 not as good as Fifa 2005

Here’s a review I wrote for Sun.Star Cebu’s Cybercafe page last year. I posted this in one of the previous versions of Leon Kilat: The Cybercafe Experiments. THE first time I played Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) 4, I was a little bit disappointed. I’ve been playing EA Sports’ Fifa franchise for months, starting with Fifa… Continue reading Pro Evolution Soccer 4 not as good as Fifa 2005