gadgets, life

05/16 – Day 175: Panda Run

This game I downloaded from Google Play is surely addictive and definitely fun. Some may think that it’s the android version of Temple Run but I don’t care. It has bugs though but I can live with it. I think I am playing almost everyday. The panda is so cute and I love the feeling that I feel whenever I ran and reached the top score. The best way to enjoy your time. πŸ˜€

gadgets, life, people

05/11 – Day 170: Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs

He’s famous… I know.

The man behind Apple technologies, genius, wise businessman, innovator and an inspiration – he is Steve Jobs.

I started liking him back when our Operating Systems professor let us watched Pirates of the Silicon Valley. I am inspired of his works and his memorable quotes to live by. I don’t want to blog about Steve Jobs achievements and his life or whatsoever all I want to say right now is that he is an inspiration for me to be better in the world of information technology. We all have potentials and the next step is on how to make the best use of it. Steve Jobs never stopped dreaming. He has always been thinking of ways to make his works improve. He is a visionary, a man who never ceases to make things that suit in every lifestyle. His works may be expensive but then it’s all worth it.

I long for the day I can acquire a Mac computer to start enhancing my skills in graphic design. πŸ™‚

gadgets, hobby

04/08 – Day 137: Experimenting on Something

My DVD drive is no longer working for weeks. I decided to fixed it by cleaning my whole system unit including that particular drive. It took me a lot of time unscrewing and screwing all those little screws(sounds too redundant), wipe all the dusts, tried to take note of the type of RAM I using for possible upgrade and just explored. I cleaned the drive, checked the plate and made sure that all is in place just like how it looked before. I guess the cleaning worked since I can now watch DVDs and burned files to my CDs. Yey! πŸ˜€

gadgets, hobby, life

01/04 – Day 42: Fruit Ninja

It’s really one cool game to de-stress after a long day at work. Seriously, it is entertaining and simply addicting. I also learned how Ninjas hate fruits.

Fruit Ninja requires finger power to slice those juicy fruits to unlock new blades, backgrounds and of course to make Sensei proud for all the “how-to-be-an-awesome-ninja” skills he taught us. Please be careful with the bombs as they can end your life in classic mode and also they can ruin the frenzy when you accidentally hit them in arcade mode. Among all the blades I unlocked, my favorite is the icy blade and I definitely like the Yin-Yang background compared to the others.

Overall, I rate this game 4.5 stars for it’s simple yet challenging and extremely entertaining.

You can visit their site via or you can download the application via the Android Market or via your iPhone.

gadgets, life

12/15 – Day 22: Young

After weeks of waiting for my cellphone plan, finally my new baby has arrived… wohooo!
I haven’t played with its features yet so I cannot provide a concrete feedback with regard to its awesomeness level. It is light, sleek and the it is somehow ergonomically designed. I will just share my review after a month of getting used to my new phone though as I believed that is long enough to discover its advantages and disadvantages. With my first observation, the camera is not as awesome as Sony Erickson Xperia with its HD technology. Oh well, I delayed my gratification for 2 weeks and I am just happy I have a new phone that is much better than my Nokia 3350 and Nokia C3-03 China phone. πŸ™‚