Free is the future.
WordCamp Philippines 2009 will be on September 19.
SEO for bloggers from Google and Matt Cutts. Summary: everything you’ve always known is still what you really need to know.
Now here’s something for some sci–fi strangeness here in the Philippines: Tornado hits UP–Diliman!
Ano ang paborito mong San Miguel Beer TV Commercials nung 70’s and 80’s? For this set, pick from these choices:
- Platitong Mani
Just view the video and vote for your favorite commercial by emailing your vote to sanmiguelpalepilsen (at) gmail.com. There will be 10 lucky winners of Manny Pacquiao signed SMPP limited edition jackets, to be randomly picked on June 5, 2009. That’s tomorrow! Visit the new www.sanmiguelbeer.com.ph site and get a chance to win prizes!
Filipinos love their Havaianas. We know that for a fact considering the huge turnouts every time they have their Make Your Own Havaianas event every year. Now it’s time for Make Your Own Havaianas 2009! From May 28 to June 1, visit the Rockwell Tent to produce your personalized pair of Havaianas, because you wouldn’t want it to be just like everyone else, right?
Filipino skater dies after falling on his head. Always be safe kids.
If you cannot identify if you’re a premium brand or a luxury brand, you are in trouble.
I got to try Krispy Kreme’s Apple Cheesecake doughnuts that they offered just in time for Mothers’ Day just a few weeks ago; I found it rather interesting with a taste not too common for doughnuts. The apple slices on top surely made it smell like how it should. Unfortunately, I could only grab a few bites as it wouldn’t be healthy to finish several pieces of this sweet delight in one sitting.
Sometimes I feel prepaid subscribers get better deals than us postpaid clients. Globe has just released a new promo for its prepaid subscribers dubbed EverybodyTxt20. So what is so great about this? Simple: your 20 pesos gets you 200 text messages to Globe/TM subscribers, plus an additional 20 for other networks. That’s like a 220–peso value from your 20 pesos!
To avail of this great deal, you can simply pay your e–load retailer 20 pesos and ask for EverybodyTxt20. If you would rather use your load, you can send ETXT<space>20 to 8888.
They also made a great TV ad to come with this promo; you’ve got to see it.