This is the archive page for July 2004

Happy birthday, Monch!

I know things haven’t been going the way we’d like, and right now nothing is certain except for the friendship we’ve had all these years. Still, I wish you all the best on your 25th birthday and hoping for a shower of blessings in the years to come. May you reach your goals and find […]

25, and life

Now I understand. I used to wonder why bloggers write too much emotional details, exposing themselves to the world. Suddenly I know, it’s called life. At some point, you experience life so differently that the flux of emotions is so overwhelming it leaves you breathless. You feel like you have nothing and have nowhere to […]

What a wonderful world

I see trees of green, red roses too I see them bloom for me and you And I think to myself, what a wonderful world I see skies of blue and clouds of white The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night And I think to myself, what a wonderful world The colours of the […]

Moving on

For the past seven and a half years, I’ve been steering my train through life’s ups and downs. Never an easy ride ride, and the tracks lead to everywhere—from cool Sunday afternoons, to dark and cold sleepless nights. Everything that came my way, I knew I could take it all. Whatever the challenge, I felt […]


Yes I haven’t been writing. Sorry. I’m at an emotional and spiritual crossroad in my life, even professional. I wish blogging will make me feel alright, but right now it doesn’t. Honestly, nothing puts me at peace at this point; nothing except prayers and the wonders of faith. And your solacing voice that makes me […]

iPAP development

I just added a new feature to my photo album publishing app, iPAP: Labels. Sort of like the way gmail uses labels, but was really inspired by Photoshop Album’s “tagging” technology. Nothing fancy really, just a simple way of categorizing your photo albums. Categorization—probably one of humanity’s most difficult tasks to complete. Try doing that […]