Digital Pinay 2005: Sent mail to Leo Querubin, Special Projects Chair of PCS (January 18, 2005, 0) - Received from Leo Querubin:
Your email was forwarded to me by Bombing of MediaG8way regarding your
reaction to the Digital Pinay competition. I share your sentiments when
I saw the application form.
There was a misunderstanding in the contents of the application forms
(for the co-ed and professional) as the original forms did not include
the info on height, weight,
Accomplishment report for 2005.03.01 (March 1, 2005, 0) - Confirmed Globe DSL SMTP server
Found webmail.glinesnx.com.ph written on DSL box.
Sent and received test e-mail.
Confirmed with DSL tech support and Ben.
Next action: None
Updated studio list on website
Cut, cropped, and recolored photos from AdphotoProfile1.pdf.
Placed the pictures on Adphoto: Studio » Facilities.
Next action: Get better information on studios (dimensions, facilities)
Submitted site to web directories
Open Directory Project, http://www.photo.net.ph, Tanikalang
Celsus Kintanar: 3rd place, development challenge, TopCoder (November 20, 2004, 0) - Congratulations to Celsus Kintanar for winning 3rd place and USD 2500
in the Component Development part of the TopCoder challenge.
(Heh, don’t let him fool you; that’s a Really Cool Achievement!)
TopCoder is one of the biggest programming contests on the Net. =)
Contest article by Joey Alarilla, Inq7
(Kudos to Joey for prompt posting and great coverage, and of
Press conference today, PCS pushing through with Digital Pinay 2005 (January 21, 2005, 0) - PCS is expected to confirm its resolve to push through with the
controversial “Digital Pinay 2005″ contest at a press conference to be
held today at 3:30 PM at AIM’s ACCEED center.
They say that the contest is a search for future chief executive
officers and chief information officers, and have decided to keep
their original criteria: 20% popularity (text
PCS cancels Digital Pinay contest, cites violent reactions (February 2, 2005, 0) - Check out Philippine Computer Society cancels ‘Digital Pinay’ tilt for PCS’ announcement.
Asked what he has learned from the experience, Querubin said:
“Well, actually a lot. One is that people really think differently.
I was very surprised at the public briefing that some people
apparently feel that others don?t have the right to use a word
[such as] ?digital? differently