The first results for the google query “isulong seoph” (without the quotes) is now steadily made available. Currently, the SERPs returns varied results for different IPs, browsers, google accounts, and other parameters we may never know. As it stands, my entry domain isulongseoph.net is at number one for most of the result sets, though strangely ranked lower for other browsers, like the one we should’ve stopped using a few years ago. wink This contest is now really heating up with participants from all over, we now have 35,000 results for the contest keyword! If you’d like to help out, a link to isulongseoph.net would be greatly appreciated. smile
Seeing that I’m quite back to blogging, yes my Smart WiFi/Bro connection is back. Mysteriously, it just works after three days of constantly giving me an IP of 0.0.0.0. Three days without service is hell, I don’t think it qualifies for a “we deeply apologize for the trouble” excuse. Maybe a “don’t pay for the month” message would’ve been better, but seriously I’d take a zero downtime service that I’d gladly pay in full. My previous entry on the problem now has several comments ranging from serious to downright funny. The famous Yuga was quick to reply that he’s still helping those having problems with Smart’s service, despite what many of us might think. His Smart WiFi Chronicles weblog is actively documenting the intricacies of the broadband service and doing well in advocating cosumer rights awareness, perhaps one of the very first in our country to do it through online medium.
By the way, I shot a prenup last weekend for a Pisay batchmate who’s getting married on Friday. It was my first prenup and I don’t think I did well, surely not as much as these guys always do. I have two weddings to shoot this weekend, I hope my months of “training” with Karl and Mimi helps. wink Photos in the next few days, or maybe in a month, as Anne would often kid me regarding my photo posting schedule. Hehe. wink
Okay, I just can’t resist sharing one now. smile