Awwwww! (April 30, 2006, 0) - I just picked up my mom’s care package including pretty earrings and a
wonderful, wonderful, scribbled-on notebook with dedications from my
I feel so loved!
On Technorati: loved
Random Japanese sentence: Ã£Â‚Â¸Ã£ÂƒÂ£Ã£ÂƒÂƒÃ£Â‚Â¯Ã£ÂÂ¯Ã¥Â°ÂÃ§ÂŒÂ«Ã£Â‚Â’Ã¥Â°ÂÃ¨Â„Â‡Ã£ÂÂ«Ã¦ÂŠÂ±Ã£ÂÂˆÃ£ÂÂ¦Ã£ÂÂ„Ã£Â‚Â‹Ã£Â€Â‚ Jack has a cat under his arm.
Wearable computing position in Ateneo! =D (April 15, 2003, 0) - On the Compsat2003 Yahoogroups, Cha Gascon has this extremely wonderful post:
A Call for Applicants
The department chair of DISCS, Dr. Mercedes “Didith” T. Rodrigo,
is seeking for an undergraduate student, preferably not a senior, who
is willing to dedicate his/her time and effort to undertake a
designated task. That is, to search for wearable computing gadgets,
paraphernalia and related technologies
Hosting help: icasocot site on Philippine literature (June 16, 2004, 0) - While searching for more information on Philippine literature, I came
across this absolutely wonderful site at
http://www.geocities.com/icasocot/ . It has essays, poems and short
stories galore. Wonderful, wonderful site with fresh content posted
regularly (thrice-weekly for news, monthly issues with good editing).
If you’re unlucky, though, you’ll have to take my word for it, as it’s
hosted on Geocities and thus
Pamana Fund in honor of Doc Mana (September 7, 2006, 0) - In honor of Doc Mana’s wonderful, wonderful service, the computer
science department of the Ateneo de Manila University is setting up
The Pamana Fund. I’m definitely contributing to that one. He rocks,
and he’s one of two teachers who were the reasons why I’m into Linux,
open source, programming competitions, and all those other things that
really made me grow.
Public apology about posting opinion (June 21, 2004, 0) - Oops, sorry. Apparently, my teaching reflections might not be for
public consumption, as they may negatively reflect on my co-faculty. I
am a big fan of my co-faculty and find their work to be really, really
wonderful. No offense was meant. The posts have been deleted.
For the record, I find my co-faculty’s slides to be fantastically
wonderful and I’m