Saturday, October 24, 2009

Dia on GeekSugar

I posted this summer's vacation pictures which I took at Puerto Princesa City in Palawan on Geek Sugar, my favorite blog at Sugar. I'm sort of proud that my not-so-techie phone was able to take such nice photos as a testament to a wonderful time I had in one of the most beautiful places in the country. Here's a link:

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Ten Reasons Why I Simply Love Gmail

  1. Faster loading time.
  2. Cool appearance.
  3. Bigger allowable size of attached files.
  4. "Download All" button.
  5. Google Calendar.
  6. Google Docs.
  7. Colored Labels.
  8. Colored Flags/Stars (mine's pink!)
  9. Archive Folder.
  10. Task Window.
<3 Eyelovet!! <3

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Ferocious what?

After a year, I rediscovered the avatar I created for Facebook Wrestling. Here's her bio:
Basic Information
Favorite Saying:
Nineteen-year-old American wrestler Dolores Jackson, of Hispanic-African descent, or "Ferocious D" as she calls herself in the local wrestling circles, grew up in a predominantly Spanish area of New York City raised singly by her mother Flor Vega, sister of the late and great Mexican luchador Pedro Vega. A stunning turn of events led her into the lair of Ambrose "The Big Brose" Jackson, strongman of notorious NYC gang The Bloods, who introduced himself to her as her father. Fueled by revenge, Dolores vows to destroy her father for his abandonment and the death of Flor Vega when Dolores was nine. She combines trained moves from her luchador uncle and street-smart brawl-style fighting that comes natural to this NYC-bred wrestler.
Heel: Mastermind
Always scheming behind the scenes to get others to do their dirty work.
I got more losses than wins and eventually lost interest in the game. I basically lost interest in all Facebook games. But still, Ferocious D. lol. =D

Saturday, October 3, 2009

For the truly lazy and somewhat resourceful student, this website can be helpful for papers, home works and what nots: CheatHouse. It provides a bank of uploaded researches, paper outlines and essays from various students and writers everywhere.

The only problem is that membership to this website is paid. So not for students. And parents: will you pay for a Cheat House account for your tiny tots to cheat at school? Still, payment can be made via Visa, Amex, Master Card, Discover Card and Paypal. Three days access is9.90 USD while six months unlimited access is 69.95 USD.