Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Happy Holidays! ^_^

Hello guys! just want to greet you all a Merry Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!

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So, What Do You Think of Payday Loans?

We're in a global financial crisis, which has the potential to cause personal financial crisis for you. We're all searching for those alternatives that will allow us to continue without dire actions. Maybe a payday loan could be one of those alternatives.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Christmas / Holiday from dNeero-ites

We composed this survey entirely from questions from our dNeero respondents ... many thanks to all of you whether we used your question or not. We truly appreciate your involvement with dNeero and hope that these conversations generate some thought and some fun ... and we hope that you and your network of friends and associates use dNeero to start up conversations and learn a bit more about one another. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!

Thursday, December 11, 2008

SpitzTunes - Cheer & Fear

This is the third in our SpitzTunes series ... holidays are upon us, and so is the global financial crisis ... let's get to more cheer, and less fear!

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Engage With Grace

In Alexandra Drane's words, we need to "start talking. Engage With Grace: The One Slide Project was designed with one simple goal: to help get the conversation about end of life experience started. The idea is simple: Create a tool to help get people talking. One Slide, with just five questions on it. Five questions designed to help get us talking with each other, with our loved ones, about our preferences."

Blog Love Award

Thanks sis Chelle for this wonderful award. This is my first award since I started this blog. ^_^

Here are the rules:
1. Put the logo in your blog.
2. Add a link to the person who shared it with you.
3. Pass this award to your BLOG LOVER Friends.
4. Add your link to the list of participants below.
5. Leave a messahttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifge for your nominee on their blog.


1. My Passion
2. Insurance an Assurance
3. Hopeful
4. My Life's Journey in Italy
5. All for Life...

YOU'RE NEXT! Add your blog to the list above.

I'm passing this award to Cee, Etavasi, JustLizzen

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Umobile now Red Mobile...

Some of you might already know that Umobile will not continue their services as Umobile since second week of November 2008 but will used the name Red Mobile as seen now on TV Commercials.

To know the stories about Umobile becoming Red Mobile, you can visit yugatech site.

Here's the Red Mobile offer:

* Php0.50 per minute call rate between Red Mobile to Red Mobile SIM.
* SIM card is sold at Php39 each. Each SIM is pre-loaded with Php10 or an equivalent of 20 minutes of RM-RM calls.
* 3G browsing rates is P7.50 for every 15 mins or an equivalent Php30 per hour.
* Php10 minimum load denomination.

To know more about Red Mobile you can visit their site here

Got my free Red Mobile sim today delivered at my office. It contains the sim card, user's guide, and 2 pcs. of P100 Call and Text Card. Yipee! ^_^

Monday, December 1, 2008

About You ... dNeero-ites

This convo is specifically about you ... remember when you joined dNeero we presented you with the "Get it going with dNeero" convo ... users asked many wonderful questions, so the following convo is an extension of that convo that includes many of the user questions ... and to qualify for this convo, you must have already joined 15 others ... keep asking those great user questions that challenge your fellow dNeero-ites to exclaim "I hadn't thought about that!"

SpitzTunes Without a Cause

Spitz speaks ... start ove, satisfy, ideas, rebellion, smokin' guitars ... who the heck knew that Red Hot Chill Peppers are a bunch of light bulbs!?

Monday, November 24, 2008

Spitz Tunes Now

He'll will host a weekly convo that will bring the old to the new ... he'll provide some facts, he'll ask about the present, he'll get us thinking, wondering, explaining ... and it all revolves around music ... and most importantly, he's looking for your questions -- so have at it, and have fun, and talk to Spitz!!

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Rob Pattinson ... Bite Me ... Please!

When it comes to "Twilight," the question isn't whether the teen vampire movie is any good, but whether the hero, Edward Cullen, is as magical as we want him to be. Edward is brooding and sensitive ... and thanks to Pattinson's furrowed eyebrows, crooked smiles and carefully crafted hairstyles, he delivers just the Edward we've been waiting for.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

From dNeero-ites about Christmas

We're a couple of months away from that yearly celebration. Guess we could all use that right now.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Tell Me Something I Don't Know

On The Chris Matthews Show, November 16th Chris Matthews leads with: "`It's not my job.' We've got a financial Katrina on our hands. Recession and layoffs are pouring through the floodgates, and nobody's in charge. Bush looks retired, Barack Obama's not president. So who's protecting us?
"Mandate for change? When Reagan and Bush won, they charged ahead with a conservative vision. Will Obama do what Reagan and Bush did, do it big and bold no matter how tough the times? The Democrats are in the driver's seat. Shouldn't they drive?"
The panelists:
-- Michele Norris hosts "All Things Considered" on National Public Radio.
-- Howard Fineman is senior Washington correspondent for Newsweek.
-- Erin Burnett anchors"Squawk on the Street" and "Street Signs" on CNBC.
-- Michael Duffy's assistant managing editor of Time magazine.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Got Paid by Ciao! ^_^

This is another online program that I joined last October and now it pays me.... Cool! :) Got paid $22.83 last friday 14 November 2008... here's the screen shot...


Ciao is a survey site, you will need to review the product and earn $0.25 and it will be credited after 24 hours from review.

There's 2 Ciao, the UK and US, join the US version coz it's paying higher...

*Minimum payout is $5 thru Paypal
*Payments are processed once a month
*Earn 1 - 3 cents when you rate other reviews
*Open also for International members
*Site partly owned by Microsoft
*Its a consumer network where you can review the products that will help future buyers to know the products more
*You can review the movies that you already watched like Julia Roberts movies, Jet Li movies etc... or animes that you've watch like Dragon Ball Z, Naruto etc or products that you like for example hair care products, beauty products, appliances etc.... this site only needs your opinion... just be sure that you really watched it or used the product to give good reviews...

So, if you have lot's of time doing nothing, this is another enjoyable thing to do... you can try this...


Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Where else but the Philippines!

This is another forward emails from my friends... just want to share it with you guys to release stress.... have a nice day! ^_^

This is so funny & so true... ;-)

The following is from a British journalist stationed in the Philippines .
His observations are so hilarious!!! ! This was written in 1999.

Matter of Taste
By Matthew Sutherland

I have now been in this country for over six years, and consider myself in most respects well assimilated. However, there is one key step on the road to full assimilation, which I have yet to take, and that's to eat BALUT.

The day any of you sees me eating balut, please call immigration and ask them to issue me a Filipino passport. Because at that point there will be no turning back.BALUT, for those still blissfully ignorant non-Pinoys out there, is a
fertilized duck egg. It is commonly sold with salt in a piece of newspaper, much like English fish and chips, by street vendors usually after dark, presumably so you can't see how gross it is.

It's meant to be an a phrodisiac, although I can't imagine anything more likely to dispel sexual desire than crunching on a partially formed baby duck swimming in noxious fluid. The embryo in the egg comes in varying stages of development, but basically it is not considered macho to eat one without fully discernable feathers,
beak, and claws. Some say these crunchy bits are the best. Others prefer just to drink the so-called 'soup', the vile, pungent liquid that surrounds the aforementioned feathery fetus...excuse me; I have to go and throw up now. I'll be back in a minute.

Food dominates the life of the Filipino. People here just love to eat.
They eat at least eight times a day. These eight official meals are called, in order: breakfast, snacks, lunch, merienda, merienda ceyna, dinner, bedtime snacks and no-one-saw-me- take-that- cookie-from- the-fridge-so- it- doesn't-count.

The short gaps in between these mealtimes are spent eating Sky Flakes from the open packet that sits on every desktop. You're never far from food in the Philippines . If you doubt this, next time you're driving home from work, try this game. See how long you can drive without seeing food and I don't mean a distant restaurant, or a picture of food. I mean a man on the sidewalk frying fish balls, or a man walking through the traffic selling nuts or candy. I bet it's less than one minute.

Here are some other things I've noticed about food in the Philippines :

Firstly, a meal is not a meal without rice - even breakfast. In the UK ,
I could go a whole year without eating rice. Second, it's impossible
to drink without eating. A bottle of San Miguel just isn't the same
without gambas or beef tapa. Third, no one ventures more than two paces from their house without baon (food in small container) and a container of something cold to drink. You might as well ask a Filipino to leave home without his pants on. And lastly, where I come from, you eat with a knife and fork. Here, you eat with a spoon and fork. You try eating rice swimming in fish sauce with a knife.

One really nice thing about Filipino food culture is that people always ask you to SHARE their food. In my office, if you catch anyone attacking their baon, they will always go, 'Sir! KAIN TAYO!' ('Let's eat!'). This confused me, until I realized that they didn't actually expect me to sit down and start munching on their boneless bangus. In fact, the polite response is something like, 'No thanks, I just ate.' But the principle is sound - if you have food on your plate, you are expected to share it, however hungry you are, with those who may be even hungrier. I think that's great!

In fact, this is frequently even taken one step further. Many Filipinos use 'Have you eaten yet?' ('KUMAIN KA NA?') as a general greeting, irrespective of time of day or location.

Some foreigners think Filipino food is fairly dull compared to other Asian cuisines. Actually lots of it is very good: Spicy dishes like Bicol Express (strange, a dish named after a train); anything cooked with coconut milk; anything KINILAW; and anything ADOBO. And it's hard to beat the sheer wanton, cholesterolic frenzy of a good old-fashioned LECHON de leche (roast pig) feast. Dig a pit, light a fire, add 50 pounds of animal fat on a stick, and cook until crisp. Mmm, mmm... you can actually feel your arteries constricting with each successive mouthful.

I also share one key Pinoy trait ---a sweet tooth. I am thus the only
foreigner I know who does not complain about sweet bread, sweet burgers, sweet spaghetti, sweet banana ketchup, and so on. I am a man who likes to put jam on his pizza. Try it! It's the weird food you want to avoid. In addition to duck fetus in the half-shell, items to
avoid in the Philippines include pig's blood soup (DINUGUAN); bull's
testicle soup, the strangely-named 'SOUP NUMBER FIVE' (I dread to think what numbers one through four are); and the ubiquitous, stinky shrimp paste, BAGOONG, and it's equally stinky sister, PATIS.
Filipinos are so addicted to these latter items that they will even risk
arrest or deportation trying to smuggle them into countries like Australia and the USA , which wisely ban the importation of items you can smell from more than 100 paces.

Then there's the small matter of the purple ice cream. I have never been able to get my brain around eating purple food; the ubiquitous UBE leaves me cold.

And lastly on=2 0the subject of weird food, beware: that KALDERETANG KAMBING (goat) could well be KALDERETANG ASO (dog)...

The Filipino, of course, has a well-developed sense of food. Here's a typical Pinoy food joke: 'I'm on a seafood diet. 'What's a seafood diet?' 'When I see food, I eat it!'

Filipinos also eat strange bits of animals --- the feet, the head, the guts, etc., usually barbecued on a stick. These have been given witty names, like ADIDAS' (chicken's feet); 'KURBATA' (either just chicken's neck, or 'neck and thigh' as in 'neck-tie'); 'WALKMAN' (pigs ears); 'PAL' (chicken wings); HELMET' (chicken head); 'IUD' (chicken intestines), and BETAMAX' (video-cassette- like blocks of animal blood). Yum, yum. Bon appetit.

'A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches'-- (Proverbs 22:1)

WHEN I arrived in the Philippines from the UK six years ago, one of the
first cultural differences to strike me was names. The subject has provided a continuing source of amazement and amusement ever since. The first unusual thing, from an English perspective, is that everyone here has a nickname. In the staid and boring United Kingdom , we have nicknames in kindergarten, but when we move into adulthood we tend, I am glad to say, to lose them.

The second thing that struck me is that Philippine names for both girls and boys tend to be what we in the UK would regard as overbearingly cutesy for anyone over about five. Fifty-five-year- olds colleague put it. Where I come from, a boy with a nickname like Boy Blue or Honey Boy would be beaten to death at school by pre-adolescent bullies, and never make it to adulthood. So, probably, would girls with names like Babes, Lovely, Precious, Peachy or Apples. Yuk, ech ech. Here, however, no one bats an eyelid.

Then I noticed how many people have what I have come to call 'door-bell names'. These are nicknames that sound like -well, doorbells. There are millions of them. Bing, Bong, Ding, and Dong are some of the more common. They can be, and frequently are, used in even more door-bell-like combinations such as Bing-Bong, Ding-Dong, Ting-Ting, and so on. Even our newly appointed chief of police has a doorbell name Ping . None of these doorbell names exist where I come from, and hence sound unusually amusing to my untutored foreign ear.

Someone once told me that one of the Bings, when asked why he was called Bing, replied, 'because my brother is called Bong'. Faultless logic. Dong, of course, is a particularly funny one for me, as where I come from 'dong' is a slang word for well; perhaps 'talong' is the best Tagalog equivalent.

Repeating names was another novelty to me, having never before encountered people with names like Len-Len, Let-Let, Mai-Mai, or Ning-Ning. The secretary I inherited on my arrival had an unusual one: Leck-Leck. Such names are then frequently further refined by using the 'squared' symbol, as in Len2 or Mai2. This had me very confused for a while.

Then there is the trend for parents to stick to a theme when naming their children. This can be as simple as making them all begin with the same letter, as in Jun, Jimmy, Janice, and Joy.

More imaginative parents shoot for more sophisticated forms of assonance or rhyme, as in Biboy, Boboy, Buboy, Baboy (notice the names get worse the more kids there are-best to be born early or you could end up being a Baboy).

Even better, parents can create whole families of, say, desserts (Apple Pie, Cherry Pie, Honey Pie) or flowers (Rose, Daffodil, Tulip). The main advantage of such combinations is that they look great painted across your trunk if you're a cab driver.

That's another thing I'd never seen before coming to Manila -- taxis with the driver's kids' names on the trunk.

Another whole eye-opening field for the foreign visitor is the phenomenon of the 'composite' name. This includes names like Jejomar (for Jesus, Joseph and Mary), and the remarkable Luzviminda (for Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao , believe it or not). That's a bit like me being called something like Engscowani' (for England , Scotland , Wales and Northern Ireland ). Between you and me, I'm glad I'm not.

And how could I forget to mention the fabulous concept of the randomly inserted letter 'h'. Quite what this device is supposed to achieve, I have not yet figured out, but I think it is designed to give a touch of class to an otherwise only averagely weird name. It results in creations like Jhun, Lhenn , Ghemma, and Jhimmy. Or how about Jhun-Jhun (Jhun2)?

How boring to come from a country like the UK full of people with names like John Smith. How wonderful to come from a country where imagination and exoticism rule the world of names.

Even the towns here have weird names; my favorite is the unbelievably named town of Sexmoan (ironically close to Olongapo and Angeles). Where else in the world could that really be true?

Where else in the world could the head of the Church really be called Cardinal Sin?

Where else but the Philippines !

Note: Philippines has a senator named Joker, and it is his legal name.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Sports Clothing - Where? When?

A more sporty, casual approach to clothing is permeating our lives ... remember when athletic shoes, were for, well, athletics? ... did you ever wear Chick Taylor's outside of the gym ... then came the sports shoe craze ... is high-performance fitness/sports clothing going to follow? Seems to be making some in roads.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Yes, we did!

The U.S. Presidential Election is over ... he did it ... Barack Obama won! What did editorials across the world say, imply, question, disparage, hope, ...?

A Yo-Yo Holiday

Christmas/Holiday music cuts across all genres ... is it the go to music when you exercise, clean the house, shop, surf the Web, travel ...?

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Zoo - You're animals!

In addition to their status as tourist attractions and recreational facilities, modern zoos may engage in captive breeding programs, conservation study, and educational outreach.

Monday, November 3, 2008

Movies Stuff

Movies touch a cord in most of us ... drama, comedy, suspense, romance, sports, documentary ... you name it ... the following questions just keep the conversation going!

Monday, October 27, 2008

Tell Me Something I Don't Know - Sunday, October 26th

On the on The Chris Matthews Show, October 26th Chris Matthews leads with: "A different country. America changes. It did in 1932 with the coming of New Deal and in 1980 with the Reagan era. Will the election of 2008 bring an American epoch of Obama? Frustrated by a fitful war. Shaken by a financial free fall. Is the country turning to something truly new?"
The panelists:
-- Anne Kornblut is covering the campaigns for The Washington Post.
-- Clarence Page is a columnist for the Chicago Tribune.
-- Andrea Mitchell covers the race for NBC News.
-- John Heilemann covers politics for New York Magazine, which has his latest story on the cover this week.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Yoiks, I lost my files!

Ye, it can happen ... and our first reaction is a blank stare that says "What do I do now?" ... and then, we kick ourselves "Why didn't I backup my files?"

Credit Unions are CREDIT-able

Right for the times? "A credit union is a cooperative financial institution that is owned and controlled by its members, and operated for the purpose of promoting thrift, providing credit at reasonable rates, and providing other financial services to its members." (Wikipedia)

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Phishing Scam Using American Express Identity

This is a forwarded email from my friend that I would like to share with all of my friends and readers. Please be aware of this new scam.

Dear Everyone,

FYI and Warning to all AMEX & other credit card(s) users/holders.

Relative to this email cascaded to us early on, I issued an advisory specifically on this one before and would like to reiterate some points to remember.

1) When paying with use of credit card, bring you card to the counter yourself.

Make sure you witness the transaction

(look out for unusual devices - card reading gadgets the size of beepers or cell


2) Make sure no one is directly behind you during ATM transactions, check the cash dispenser first and the card slot for unusual contraptions, and cover the key pad when punching your PIN;

3) Check your mail box regularly, bank and card company statements and other mails may contain confidential information which criminals use to defraud; (E-Banking; Internet Transactions; Etc)

4) Be cautious in opening email attachments (personal email accounts) criminals make use of cyberspace by sending files that activate a key logger. Once activated, it can replicate key strokes, capture PIN codes, and other information you type in your PC. Especially when you do on-line transactions - bank, e-payments, etc. Be wary of spams, links, and or on-line forms.

5) Avoid bank or payment e-transactions in internet cafes, shops

Monday, October 20, 2008

Tell Me Something I Don't Know (Sun, Oct 19, 2008)

On the on The Chris Matthews Show, October 19th topics were: Can McCain rescue his campaign as the economy sinks? Who benefits as McCain and Obama question each other's character?

The panelists:
-- Mark Whitaker, NBC News, Washington Bureau Chief
-- Katty Kay, BBC Washington Correspondent
-- Kathleen Parker, Washington Post, Writers Group Columnist
-- Andrew Sullivan, The Atlantic Senior Editor.

Basic Wine Stuff

Wine is used for drinking, tasting, collecting, cooking, and in religious ceremonies. It is becoming more and more popular, and even has been reported to help with your health.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Where's Your Loyalty?

Brands don't compete directly with each other when they are in different brand categories ... but they do compete for your attention, money, and loyalty.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Things you should know about Digital Camera

This is another trivia that we should know... just want to share with you guys ^_^

1) Resolution is less important than you think

There is a popular misconception that more megapixels lead to better pictures. This is not the case.

Sure, higher resolution gives you the ability to crop more aggressively or print large pictures, but only a fraction of digital photographers will benefit from this ability. If you're a casual shooter who won't be printing pictures larger than 8x10" or doing extensive computer editing, then a camera with 5- or 6-megapixel resolution will be sufficient.

More advanced photographers will likely appreciate the flexibility of higher resolution, but a 10+ megapixel camera is by no means necessary to create stunning pictures. Choose a camera you can understand and afford, and don't be fooled by glitzy high-resolution specs.

2) Zoom is more important than you think

Whether you're shooting distant wildlife or close-up portraits, you can never have too much zoom. The majority of digital cameras have 3-, or 4x optical zoom, but you will never regret choosing a model with more telephoto power.

Fortunately the extended zoom camera category is growing rapidly, and there is a great selection of models with 8-, 10-, or even 12x optical zoom. For the ultimate in zoom control and quality, look for an extended-zoom camera with image stabilization, which will ensure that shots taken at full telephoto will be tack-sharp, even without a tripod.

3) Travelers should use cameras with AA Batteries

Digital cameras come in two varieties: those that use AA-size batteries and those that are powered by proprietary lithium-ion batteries. If you are a traveler, particularly someone who enjoys remote or rustic locations, choose a camera with AA batteries.

When a camera that uses proprietary batteries runs out of power, you have no choice but to plug the battery into a power outlet to recharge it. This requires an available outlet, a battery charger, and, if you're in a foreign country, a power converter. If access to an outlet is ever in doubt, or if you don't want the hassle of carrying cords and chargers, then the limitations of this system are obvious.

When a camera that uses AA-size batteries runs out of power on a trip, you can simply throw out the old batteries and drop in a new set of high-performance AAs like the Energizer E2 Lithium line. Two or three sets of such batteries can usually take you through a 10-day trip. If you're out of high-performance batteries, you also have the option of using standard alkaline batteries, which are available anywhere in the world, and make a cheap and convenient source of backup power (though they only offer a fraction of the life of high performance batteries).

Recent trips to Asia and Africa have borne this theory out—after my companions' cameras had been sidelined by dead batteries, I was still happily shooting away with my AA-powered Canon PowerShot.

4) Small cameras get shots that big cameras don't

Sure, that big, black SLR with the long lens may look fancy, but it won't do you any good if you're not carrying it. Never underestimate the importance of having a camera that is small enough to fit into your pocket—you'll be amazed at the spontaneous pictures you'll have the opportunity to take. While the photo quality produced by an ultra-compact does not equal that of a large SLR, the ability to whip it out and snap a shot while others are fumbling for their bulky cameras more than outweighs this drawback.

5) Canon makes great cameras

Canon digital cameras receive consistently great reviews, and for good reason: Over the last 2+ years, Canon has time and again proven itself capable of producing well-designed cameras that produce impressive results. From the EOS line of digital SLRs to the diminutive PowerShot ELPHs, Canon invests substantial time in the design process, and the results pay off—photographers of all abilities rave about their Canon cameras.

There have been some mistakes along the way—the Canon A70 was built with a design flaw that produces crippling error messages and black lines on the LCD, but newer models seem to be free of this problem. If you're looking for a great combination of features, price, and performance, Canon will almost always deliver. (NOTE: Digital Camera HQ is in no way affiliated with Canon, nor do we derive any benefit from recommending one brand over another).

6) Kodak makes great, easy-to-use cameras

When I bought my mother her first digital camera, I chose a Kodak, having read countless reviews that raved about their user-friendly controls. The reviews were right—Kodak's EasyShare digital cameras are remarkably easy to use: the menus are simple, the LCD text large and clear, and the controls largely self-explanatory. The results are just as impressive, with attractive, saturated colors and crisp definition. Don't be fooled into thinking that Kodak digital cameras are just for beginners, however—their simplicity aside, many of the high-end EasyShare models offer a full suite of manual controls for ambitious photographers.

7) Digital cameras can and will break

Whether it's due to accidental damage or simple wear and tear, digital cameras are not as durable as their film counterparts. Many photographers have film cameras that are ten or twenty years old—don't expect this kind of longevity from your new digital toy. Some cameras suffer from design flaws (like black lines on the LCD screen of the Canon A70), while others fall victim to the kind of mechanical breakdowns that effect every kind of electronic gear.

Does this mean that you shouldn't buy a digital camera? Absolutely not. A digital camera will so fundamentally change the way you think about photography that you will wonder how you ever got along without one. You must, however, be comfortable with the fact that one day your camera will cease to work.

For some, this knowledge may keep them from spending top dollar on a fancy camera; others simply accept it as the sole downside of working with digital. The most important thing is to do your homework before you buy—any fundamental design flaws will be quickly apparent in user reviews.

8. Don't put all your pictures on one card

After returning from a trip to Asia, I eagerly inserted one of my memory cards into a card reader to download my new pictures. For still unexplained reasons (likely a static electricity discharge), a card that should have held over 200 pictures was suddenly rendered blank. Two weeks and $250 later (thanks to [url]www.drivesavers.com[/url]), I had recovered about 90% of my pictures, but the rest were lost permanently.

The moral of the story? Like any other technology, flash memory is not flawless. It is very rare to lose images, but it does happen, and the fact that I had spread my pictures between 5 memory cards protected me from the possibility of losing two weeks' worth of irreplaceable vacation memories. Given the choice between choosing a single 1GB memory card, or four 256MB cards, I will always choose multiple cards.

9) Find & use a simple photo editing program

Most digital photographers will never take the time to master expensive and powerful photo editing programs like Adobe Photoshop or Jasc Paint Shop Pro—these programs are too complex and time-consuming for all but the most dedicated photographers. Fortunately there are a variety of easy-to-use editing programs that even novice photographers can use to edit, improve, and organize their digital photos.

My favorite program is Picasa, and it is absolutely free at [url]www.picasa.com[/url]. With Picasa you can perform all the basic editing tasks like sharpening, contrast correction, cropping, and straightening—most with just the touch of a button. Spend a few minutes on your best photographs and you will be amazed at the results. Picasa also make it incredibly easy to organize your best shots so you don't have to sift through hundreds of unwanted pictures to find your prizewinners.

10) Print and display your pictures

Far too many people take great digital images, only to have them languish in obscurity on their hard drive, never to be enjoyed by others. Don't let this happen to you.

Online image hosting and printing companies like Snapfish or Kodak Gallery can turn your digital images into high-quality prints of any size. You can simply upload your pictures onto the website. From there you can order prints of every size as well as photo mouse pads, calendars, t-shirts and other gifts. You can also send a link to friends so that they can view your pictures online and order their own copies.

If you want to see more of your own pictures, nothing beats using them as a screen saver on your computer. Simply right-click on your desktop, choose Properties/Screen Saver/Settings, and you can direct your computer to the pictures you wish to use. Set the screensaver to change images every 10 seconds and you'll have an instant slide show every time your computer is idle.

credit to: rentao_15(symbianize)

Tell Me Something I Don't Know

October 12th, on The Chris Matthews Show, Chris asks his roundtable to "Tell Me Something I Don't Know" ... this weeks roundtable: Gloria Borger of CNN Howard Fineman of Newsweek Cynthia Tucker of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution David Ignatius of The Washington Post

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Fall 2008 TV: dNeero-ites want to know

Many, many good questions from dNeero-ites about TV shows and viewing habits ... '24', House, genre, time, hi-def ... we'll do more in future convos.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Safety Tips For Using Public Computers

Public computers at libraries, Internet cafes, airports, and coffee shops are convenient, cheaper than buying your own laptop, and sometimes even free to use. But are they safe? Depends on how you use them. Here are 5 tips on using public computers without compromising your personal or financial information.

1) Don't save your login information

Always logout of Web sites by pressing logout on the site, instead of by closing the browser window or by typing in another address. This will help keep other users from accessing your information. Many programs (especially instant messenger programs) include automatic login features that will save your username and password. Disable this option so no one accidentally (or on purpose) logs in as you.

2) Don't leave the computer unattended with sensitive information on the screen If you have to leave the public computer for any amount of time, logout of all programs and close all windows that may include sensitive information.

3) Erase your tracks

When you're done using a public computer you should delete all the temporary files and your Internet history.
To delete your temporary Internet files and your history
1. In Internet Explorer ###### Tools and then ###### Internet Options.
2. On the General tab, under Temporary Internet files ###### Delete Files and then ###### Delete Cookies.
3. Under History, ###### Clear History.

4) Watch for over-the-shoulder snoops
Because there's so much in the news about how hackers can digitally sneak into your personal files, we sometimes forget about the old fashioned version of snooping. When you're using a public computer, be on the look out for thieves who collect your information by looking over your shoulder or watching as you enter sensitive passwords.

5) Don't enter sensitive information into a public computer
The measures listed above will provide some protection against casual hackers who use a public computer after you have. However, an industrious thief may have installed sophisticated software on the public computer that will record every keystroke and then e-mail that information back to the thief. Then it doesn't matter if you haven't saved your information or if you've erased your tracks. They still have access to this information. If you really want to be safe, avoid typing your credit card number or any other financial or otherwise sensitive information into a public computer.

credit: showstopper28(symbianize)

Monday, October 6, 2008

Fall TV Season Has Begun

We're roughly two weeks in to the new Fall TV Season. What have we seen? What do we like?

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Papa Cholo tie the Knot!!! ^o^

If you still remember the koreanovela Stairway to Heaven aired on GMA 7, who will forget the very handsome and papable korean actor Kwon Sang Woo who is known as Cholo in the Philippines.

Actors Sohn Tae-young, 28, left and Kwon Sang-woo, 32 wave to reporters ahead of their wedding Sunday at Shilla Hotel, Seoul. The couple invited some 300 guests to their closed-doors wedding ceremony, but fans and reporters swarmed the venue to catch a glimpse of the celebrity duo. / Yonhap

Actors Kwon Sang-woo, 32, and Sohn Tae-young, 28, tied the knot Sunday at a three-hour private wedding that drew a crowd including top Korean stars, reporters and fans from Japan.

Before the wedding, the elegantly dressed couple appeared in front of fans and photographers, smiling and holding hands. "I thank everybody for coming, even those who came all the way from Japan. We promise we will do our best to live happily" Kwon said.

The two actors met through friend and fellow actor Kim Sung-soo and when Kwon was asked if he talked to anybody before the wedding, he smiled and said he talked to Kim.

When asked of how many children they were planning to have, they had their differences. "I would like to have three children, but I don't know about Sohn," Kwon said, while Sohn answered that she wanted to have two in order to stay fit.

The wedding was held at the Shilla Hotel with 300 guests. Singer Jo Sung-mo sang the nuptial song, while Sohn's brother-in-law pianist Yiruma performed just for the occasion. The star-studded guest list was known to include fellow actors So Ji-sub, Lee Byung-hun, Lee Jung-jae and Song Seung-heon.

When asked what they wanted to do after the wedding, the groom smiled and said that he wanted "to dance with the bride to beautiful music."

Kwon shot to stardom by appearing in hit dramas like "Stairways of Heaven (2003)," "Bad Love (2007)" and movies "My Tutor Friend (2003)" and "Fate (2008)."

Sohn, a former Miss Korea who came in as second runner up in 2000, also gained popularity with her acting and her sense of style with movies "Sad Movie (2005)" and "The Railroad (2007)." She currently hosts a cable network beauty and fashion program "Sohn Tae-young's Life Magazine."

Credits: sanghee@koreatimes.co.kr

Sunday, September 28, 2008

U.S. Presidential Politics ... OMG!

McCain and Obama clashed over taxes, war and the economy in the first of three debates. The financial crisis shifted the initial focus from foreign to domestic issues.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Run for the Impressions!

A Visual Talking "Run for the Impressions!" bonus ... $1,000 total ... we want you to be one of the lucky ones!!

Windy Alternative

One of the fastest growing segments of the power sector, wind generation capacity is expected to more than double between 2006 and 2011 worldwide.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Your Eyes, Your Mind ... Primetime TV - Fall 2008

Settle in, fire it up, enjoy ... Primetime TV (8 -10PM) ... do you watch shows during that time, do you record some and watch others, do you record 'em? it's Primetime because advertisers not only want our eyeballs, but they want our minds ... our minds are there for them to imprint their messages upon ... our minds guide our purchases ... do you feel used, or is it OK for them to pay us by giving us the TV show?

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Got Paid! My first PTC payout from Neobux...

Yeah right, here's my first payout from all the Paid-To-Click sites that I've joined... Waaaa....

After clicking there and clicking that, this is the only ptc site that pays me. Some PTC sites have $10 minimum payout which is very hard to reach and before you can request for payout some ptc sites shut down... my gosh!

So this one really pays instantly once you request for payout.

Here's the screenshot... though $2 only... at least been paid...

If you want to join... click here

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Sleep & Study Loft for your Room

Do you have a small room that you can't put all your precious things inside because of lack of space? Well, here's the solution for your problem.... Introducing the Sleep & Study Loft offered by PBteen

They have great designs of Sleep & Study Loft for your rooms that you can choose from. Here it is...

I really like this one...very girly.. White color which makes the room clean and I like how they arranged the mini study room below the bed with the Hi-Fi Hi-Light retro iPod speaker dock and lamp on the table along with the Mac desktop computer and books on the cabinets, very organized... all things are on their proper places... very very nice.... I'd love to change my room like this ^_^

Another version, for serious one.... hehehe

We’ve masterminded a new system that’s perfect for sleep, study and storage. This full-sized loft bed gives you more room for study and storage below.

Loft includes:
• a compact desk with a pullout keyboard tray
• a cabinet sized for your computer tower
• shelves on each side for books and supplies
• a cork panel that lets you post assignments and pics
• solid wood frame with a sturdy ladder.

Please Note: The headboard (including the large bookcase) of this piece comes pre-assembled and needs 59" w x 14.5" l x 74" h of clearance for doorways, stairs, walkways etc.

It actually cost $1,799.00, the Sleep & Study Loft alone... woahhh!!!!

So for those who can't afford to buy like me lol.... better make your own Sleep & Study Loft and surely it will not cost that big.... hehehe

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Hi-Fi Hi-Light - retro iPod speaker dock and lamp

Are you the type of person that will buy anything for your gadget? Here's another add-on on your collection for your iPod... A very cute Hi-Fi Hi-Light retro iPod speaker that will surely make your room more techie and cool! ^_^

The Hi-Fi Hi-Light provides the lighting you need, and the music you want in your room. The desk lamp also comes with a docking station intended for iPods and has 3.5 mm audio input for MP3s. It actually cost $149.00 online and now they have SPECIAL Promo $129.00.

Hello Kitty DJ Speaker for iPod

Can't get enough of Hello Kitty collection items? Here's another one to add... A Hello Kitty DJ Speaker for iPod... I like the pink one! Very Cute! Image Hosted by ImageShack.us

It cost $24.99 online at thinkgeek.com

Hello Kitty in a DJ booth with a speaker in the base is a pretty cool juxtaposition of dance music and Kitty. She even bops her head back and forth with the music. Plug in your iPod or similar music playing device and observe the cuteness for yourself. If you're really looking to give in and completely "cute out" we recommend the pink version. Hey, we won't judge you... we're already there ourselves.

Product Features

* Hello Kitty Speaker features a DJ style Hello Kitty who bops her head back and forth
* Mono Speaker is NOT amplified. It runs off the power of whatever audio source you feed it.
* Plugs into the headphone jack on your MP3, CD player, iPod etc.
* Requires 1 AA battery (not included) to power Hello Kitty's Head
* Dimesions: 18cm x 9cm x 9.5cm
* Imported from Japan
* Dangerously Cute

Monday, September 15, 2008

It's TV Time 2008!

Leno's leaving Tonight, Idol is adding a fourth judge, and there are a bunch of new shows.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Got Paid by Homepages Friends! This is for Real!

I was surprised last Saturday when I checked my email and found out that I have a pending paypal funds waiting to be accepted worth 62.88 British Pounds! Yay! It was from the online searching program that I've joined last February which is Homepages Friends wherein you only need to use for your daily searches on the internet but I actually been active last June only when I found out that they are really paying. So there, I search and search and search until third week of August then I get tired of searching because until then I didn't receive my pending payout from them. Then, it was this Saturday when they send paypal funds on my account for my pending payout. I was really shocked! I didn't expect that they will pay me for those searches and told myself that it was another scam online earning program which is not actually true coz they really pays! although delayed from what you expected....

Here's the screenshot...

So there... I was really happy! ^_^

If you want to earn online, you can join me here...


or check the link on the right side of this blog under Extra Income Online... ciao!

Top Five Music

The Top Five shows us the most popular music ... so, what is popular music?
From Wikipedia.com: "Popular music is music belonging to any of a number of musical styles that are accessible to the general public and are disseminated by one or more of the mass media."

Wednesday, September 10, 2008


Hey guys! for those who still don't know this news, well you've gotta read this and start installing this amazing application on your mobile for FREE!

Introducing the new application from Globe, UNLICHAT! as part of their new promotion on Connected 24ever... No more GTG or BRB! Whatever gimiks you have, you can chat on the go!

Free trial from September 5 - October 4, 2008.

Just visit their site www.unlichat.com and enter your mobile number in order for them to send the application for free directly on your mobile phone.

Here's the sample screenshot:

Working perfectly on my mobile! Try it now! =p

Monday, September 8, 2008

Happy Birthday to my everdearest Sister Jo!!!!

It's my sister's birthday today, Happy Happy Birthday!!!! May you have more birthdays to come and wishing you all the happiness in the world but most especially good health for you.... I love you! ^_^

Here's my present for yah!

Happy Birthday Myspace Comments

By the way, it's Mama Mary's birthday too.... Happy Birthday!

Sunday, September 7, 2008

dNeero Pays! Got Paid Again....

Got paid again by dNeero last Friday... I'm really happy that they are really paying it's members. So I'll continue to answer their surveys / conversations.... It takes only minutes to finished one survey and post it to my blog or friendster account. It's very easy!

Here's the screenshot of my payout.

If you're interested to join, just message me here in my cbox with your email address so that I can send the invite. thanks! =p

dNeero-ites want to know!

Questions in this convo come from the User Questions asked in our last five convos. Our peeps continue to amaze us with their insight into the core of dNeero conversations ... keep it going!!

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Beware the Back-Stabbing Coworkers...

I just read this article and decided to post it here in my blog. I think this maybe applicable to you or your friends office life.... hehehe... I think this issue can be found in all companies we have or I can say that this kind of people are everywhere in business world....

Think you've been stabbed in the back at work? If so, you're not alone.

"Are you aware of a coworker trying to make you look bad or sabotage your work in the last year?"

Many Forms of Sabotage

"Sabotage can happen in any organization, but some forms are special to the industry," Namie says. "In creative fields, it may take a passive form, such as not contributing to the group effort. In health care, a seasoned professional may withhold vital information, which not only hurts the new employee but also affects patient care."

Workplace saboteurs come in several types, including:

* Belittlers, who hurl put-downs, demeaning remarks and disparaging comments.
* Credit thieves, who steal your ideas and grab the glory when a project is successful.
* Finger pointers, who pin the blame on others when the project goes wrong.
* Rumor-mongers, stirring up drama by spreading lies and half-truths that destroy reputations.
* Slackers, who shirk responsibility and foist duties onto others.
* Scorched-earth managers, who will undermine or even fire a smart, capable worker when they feel threatened by brains and talent.

A 2007 Zogby International survey had even more bad news about workplace bullying: in 62% of workplace bullying cases, when made aware of bullying, employers worsen the problem or simply do nothing.

Guarding Against Sabotage

If you're certain you've been the target of sabotage, Namie offers several remedies:

* Get allies. Know that the bully will have allies, so you'll need all the back up you can get.
* Go three levels up, if possible. A bully's boss may be in on the game, so go above their heads to make your case.
* Don't get personal. "Instead of saying how you were hurt by what happened, show how sabotage is causing the business to suffer," Namie says.
* Ask for protection. Again, make your case business-related, not personal, and explain that your productivity can improve if you're not constantly looking over your shoulder.
* Prepare for your next job. Unfortunately, whistle blowers can be blamed for their own fate. If things go from bad to worse, know that you may have to leave the job you love.

source: Yahoo hotjobs

Dragon Ball the Movie: Piccolo's Reveal!

Here's the latest update on Dragon Ball Z the Movie.... Piccolo's character has been revealed... and guess what? he's not totally green... I wonder why... (@_@)

Another thing... where's the antenna on his head? Ow noh... let's wait and see if what will happen with this movie.... hope that it will be a success even though some characters are not totally look alike with the anime version.

The Spanish-language entertainment blog Nerdorama.cl has posted what it purports to be screenshots from the upcoming trailer for the live-action Dragonball film. The screenshots reportedly feature Justin Chatwin as Son Goku, the first public images of James Marsters as Piccolo, and Chow Yun-Fat as Master Roshi. The ComingSoon.net film news website reports that 20th Century Fox will attach the first trailer for the live-action Dragonball film to its Max Payne film, which will open on October 17. The film adaptation of Akira Toriyama's manga will open on April 10, 2009.

Source: AKK and Dragonball Movie Blog

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

New Web Browser... Google Chrome

What browser are you using right now? Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera etc.? Right now I'm using Firefox because of it's add-ons like multiple tabs, tab renamizer and more. Additional features includes the capability to customize the look of my browser. I love it! (^_^)

But wait, here comes the new web browser from Google itself... The Google Chrome... I wonder what's the unique features of this browser that can attract people to use it and replace their existing web browser... hmmmmm

Wanna try? then, download it here...

image source credit: http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/09/01/first...-google-chrome/

A fresh take on the browser

9/01/2008 02:10:00 PM At Google, we have a saying: "launch early and iterate." While this approach is usually limited to our engineers, it apparently applies to our mailroom as well! As you may have read in the blogosphere, we hit "send" a bit early on a comic book introducing our new open source browser, Google Chrome. As we believe in access to information for everyone, we've now made the comic publicly available -- you can find it here. We will be launching the beta version of Google Chrome tomorrow in more than 100 countries.

So why are we launching Google Chrome? Because we believe we can add value for users and, at the same time, help drive innovation on the web.

All of us at Google spend much of our time working inside a browser. We search, chat, email and collaborate in a browser. And in our spare time, we shop, bank, read news and keep in touch with friends -- all using a browser. Because we spend so much time online, we began seriously thinking about what kind of browser could exist if we started from scratch and built on the best elements out there. We realized that the web had evolved from mainly simple text pages to rich, interactive applications and that we needed to completely rethink the browser. What we really needed was not just a browser, but also a modern platform for web pages and applications, and that's what we set out to build.

On the surface, we designed a browser window that is streamlined and simple. To most people, it isn't the browser that matters. It's only a tool to run the important stuff -- the pages, sites and applications that make up the web. Like the classic Google homepage, Google Chrome is clean and fast. It gets out of your way and gets you where you want to go.

Under the hood, we were able to build the foundation of a browser that runs today's complex web applications much better. By keeping each tab in an isolated "sandbox", we were able to prevent one tab from crashing another and provide improved protection from rogue sites. We improved speed and responsiveness across the board. We also built a more powerful JavaScript engine, V8, to power the next generation of web applications that aren't even possible in today's browsers.

This is just the beginning -- Google Chrome is far from done. We're releasing this beta for Windows to start the broader discussion and hear from you as quickly as possible. We're hard at work building versions for Mac and Linux too, and will continue to make it even faster and more robust.

We owe a great debt to many open source projects, and we're committed to continuing on their path. We've used components from Apple's WebKit and Mozilla's Firefox, among others -- and in that spirit, we are making all of our code open source as well. We hope to collaborate with the entire community to help drive the web forward.

The web gets better with more options and innovation. Google Chrome is another option, and we hope it contributes to making the web even better.

So check in again tomorrow to try Google Chrome for yourself. We'll post an update here as soon as it's ready.

*Update @ 3:30 PM: We've added a link to our comic book explaining Google Chrome.

Posted by Sundar Pichai, VP Product Management, and Linus Upson, Engineering Director

source: http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2008/09/fre...on-browser.htm

Sunday, August 31, 2008

Free OLAY Total Effects...

I'm really surprised that up to now, Olay are still giving free 8g Olay Total Effects sampler. Last Friday while strolling at the mall we saw this poster on Watsons that Olay are still giving free sample just by texting 7SIGNS TO 29762. So we tried it and in an instant they texted us this:

1/3 Avoid stress, drink lots of water and fight the 7 signs of skin ageing as good as a professional anti-aging treatment w/ Olay Total Effects! 2/3 Show this txt at participating stores to get ur FREE 8g sample and P100 Olay Total Effects voucher. 3/3 70,000 mobile coupons to be given away! 1 coupon/cel no. Txt STORES for a list of participating stores. DOH BFAD permit #0324 s2008. P2.50.txt. - From:29762

So there, we get our free sample and P100 voucher... yipee! (^_^)

** McCain runs with Palin **

Sarah Palin, Governor of Alaska, was named by John McCain to run as the Republican's Vice Presidential candidate ... it is conservatives who think they have seized the political advantage.

2008 Movies...

Good year? Bad year? Who really cares ... we just want some entertainment ... to get out of the home, have the lights go down, see the upcoming trailers, be told to turn off our cells, and then settle in to having the big screen take over for a couple of hours.

No Sweat ...

Today?s miracle sweat-wicking micro-fibers hide a dirty little secret that serious athletes know about. They?re great at wicking away moisture. But they embed perspiration residue deep into the fabric. The result: musty, stubborn sweat odors that linger no matter how hard you try to get them out.

Friday, August 29, 2008

New Office Cubicle...

I just want to share this with you guys... so so funny! (^_^)

Due to economic downfall, this will be your New Office Cubicle (Effect of Cost-Cutting in the Company)...

pics credit to: purpleskyz

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Computer Trick...

Do you like to joke around your household or office work? Try this new trick on your own computer at home or friends at the office and it will surely give them a headache... lolz

Just follow this procedure...

1. Take screen shot of your desktop by pressing the Print Screen button on your keyboard. Paste it to MS Paint application or Adobe Photoshop then save it to your computer.

2. Set that picture as your computer background by going to your desktop and right click your mouse then click properties, then browse the picture then click apply then ok

3. Hide the desktop icons by going to desktop then right click your mouse, go to active desktop and uncheck Show Desktop Icons.

4. Laugh as your friend/family tries to click on their desktop' folder/files 1000 times and then complains about their computer is not working / broken.

I did this today to my officemate computer and she's having a hard time figuring it out. She is still clicking on Start and click on My Document to access her desktop. Nyahahahahahaha (^_^)

Monday, August 25, 2008

Surveys... Surveys... Surveys...

** Obama runs with Biden **

Barack Obama named Delaware Sen. Joe Biden as his vice presidential running mate, balancing his ticket with a seasoned congressional veteran well-versed in foreign policy and defense issues.

Happy talkie, talkie ... Visual Talking

"What the heck are you saying?" Ever heard that before? Maybe Visual Talking can help. It's like the Twitter of PowerPoint presentations. Combine words and pictures to communicate -- it's that simple.

In your user question please consider asking something about a current event and how/if VT would apply, e.g., ?Should the Olympic athletes use VT to help communicate?? or ?Now that Britney has her bod back, should we send her VT messages to get her to quit smoking?? or ?Should Homeland security include VT as part of their interagency communications package??

Eat healthier, not cheaper

By just about any measure, global food prices rose significantly over the past two years. It's not your imagination. Eating right is costly. In fact, you may pay more than $30 more per day on food if you make healthy choices.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Phelps is a Tiger ...

Olympic legend Michael Phelps will appear on boxes of the Kellogg's Frosted Flakes and Corn Flakes ... what happened to Wheaties and going to Disneyland?

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Colorful Computer Keyboard....

From an ordinary keyboard to a colorful one would be an exciting way to do your task at home or at the office. Refreshing on the eye and will give you a good mood everyday. This new computer gadget is really cool! 0_o

Luxeed's Dynamic Pixel LED Keyboard

Youtube Video
uploaded by:thinkgeek

For those who want more color in their lives, Luxeed’s Dynamic Pixel LED Keyboard should do the trick. With 430 LEDs, each key can light up when you press it or you can get a wide variety of lighting settings that can be saved on four preset buttons. The keyboard comes in black or white at a size of 15 x 7.5 x 1-inch and has a standard USB connection. Compatible with Windows XP/Vista, Mac or Linux users can get the keyboard but will have no effects. The Luxeed peripheral will set you back $199.99 and if you want a matching keypad that doesn’t light up, it is an additional $34.99.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Menstruation Leave once a month...

This will be a good news for us female employees both in private and public sectors if ever it will be approve by the senate.

source: Inquirer.Net

"A bill seeking to grant mandatory menstruation leave for all private and government female employees in the private and public sectors has been filed at the House of Representatives.

House Bill 4888, known as the “Menstruation Leave Act of 2008,” was initiated by ARC (Alliance of Rural Concern) party-list Representative Narciso Santiago III.

Under the bill, all female employees, regardless of the nature of their employment, except those pregnant and menopausal, should be entitled to a one-day menstruation leave at half wage remuneration every month."

It will be an additional to our benefits and a one day additional DAY-OFF a month from work is a big help on our menstrual period day especially for those women who are having dysmenorrhea.

The bad news is that they will only pay HALF of our daily wage =(

Eh di mag-half day! lol =p

Do you buy or pay for ...?

Let's see what popular applications, devices, services, etc. you use.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

David Cook FIRST concert in the Philippines...

I was really excited when I found out that David Cook, American Idol Season 7 champ, will have his FIRST CONCERT here in Manila. I'm really happy that he will perform his concert here and we will have a chance to hear his superb voice especially when he will sing his HIT song which is Mariah Carey's "Always be my Baby..." I really love it! =)

So mark your calendar, January 27, 2009... get ready and COOK will conquer Manila. We have plenty of time to save money for his concert... hehehehe

Here's clips on YouTube regarding the news..

David Cook live in The Philippines - 01/27/09 (ChumFM interview)
uploaded by:katheee001

Chikka Minute News:
DAVID COOK To Have First Concert in PHILIPPINES on Jan 27,09
uploaded by: DCRJPinoyBiscuitsCH

Beijing Olympics Gardening

I received an email this morning from a friend and when I opened it, I was really amazed with how they did this wonderful gardening for 2008 Beijing Olympics... really amazing! @_@

They are really INCREDIBLE! =)

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