got this from her
I'm not sure if I should be blogging about this knowing that I could have thought of better things to say (like "world peace!") when the GMA Reporter* approached me, but heck, this is too cool to pass up. hahaha.
Thank god they edited out most of the crap that I said. heehee.
On a more serious note, I feel bad that I didn't even take the time to go and witness the rally when the crowd was at its peak. I guess that's the reality of growing up: I'm still the same person that marched to Edsa back in college. Its just that I'm fighting on adifferent front now.
*I usually do everything I can to escape reporters, but with two packed bags and an aching kidney that night, I had little choice (the other being to run like a fool along the Ayala/Paseo stretch to escape being interviewed)
Wala lang. Naalala ko lang bigla. I was reading Inside Google Desktop's Valentine gadgets post when I suddenly remembered the site (and it's still alive!). I remember the countless J3 minutes/hours spent playing with this then-internet-gem. hehe.
For the mean time I'd really recommend this excellent firefox addon specially if you have young kids using the Internet at home.
The best thing (besides the fact that it runs on top of Firefox) is that it's free. And look at that graphics! awww...
and Cabling chaos:
More of the best ones: When data center cabling becomes art
More of the worst ones: Cable Messes: Want Meatballs with that?
and: The worst cable mess ever
Original BoingBoing article: Can Ethernet Cabling Become Art?