Is It ‘Game Over’ For Friendster?
Among us, who would not remember Friendster? Launched in 2002, Friendster was the first major social network but when it could not handle the load of all its users it was quickly overtaken by MySpace and then Facebook. ... read more
Impeaching The Ombudsman
The drama will soon begin. This time, the cast will be complete unlike in its preview where the lead character did not show up. Impeaching the ombudsman is sure to become the blockbuster of the year. The nation ... read more
The Holy Week Of Filipinos
Today is Good Friday, the Friday of Holy Week when the Christians commemorate the crucifixion and death of Jesus. Unlike the days when I post about my usual topics on technology, business and other matters, I will now ... read more
Using Broadband Cap To Hide System Deficiency
Days ago, I blogged about some of our Internet Service Providers’ (ISPs’) move to adopt “fair use policy” in their broadband business to prevent a small minority from hogging the bandwidth to the detriment of the great majority ... read more
Are Anti-Piracy Raids Not Enough?
Not so long ago, I blogged about the recommendation by the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) for the Philippines to be downgraded to “Priority Watch List” under the “Special 301″ listing of the US Trade Representative (USTR). We ... read more
Sleep, Hibernate Or Shutdown?
Is it obvious that the title of this blog suggests something about a computer and not a human being? Yes, it should be about computer and laptop and/or netbook in particular. Sleep, hibernate and shutdown are the commands ... read more