Here’s a handy tip for Mozilla Firefox desktop users: you can search for open tabs, history, and bookmarks, right from your address bar. Though this is not highlighted as a major feature in their support docs, it is actually very useful. When starting a new tab (or in your current tab), go to the address […]
I rarely actively participate in the “social” aspect of most online services, but I’ve been fond of Flipboard the past months just because of the ability to curate my own magazine. It’s really just a stream of links, very much like the links I share here on my blog or what others would share on […]
Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.
This is the Samsung Galaxy Spica, also known as the GT-I5700, or the Galaxy Lite, depending on what part of the world you’re currently in. It’s my newest phone, mostly a result of my Nokia N79’s refusal to send SMS when I most need to. I’ve been not–so–privately salivating at the Google Nexus One since […]
Photos from the Manila Bay cruise for the Acer Timeline launch: I think the Acer Timeline laptops are sleek machines, I would’ve considered them if I haven’t switched to a Mac.
I’m now reviving my tradition of doing a Five on Friday entry on days after Friday; I’d rather do it now than wait until next Friday. I feel like I cannot blog about other things if I don’t get this done now anyway. Besides, this would’ve made it to Friday if I wasn’t out with […]
Smart Bro broadband internet is hell. Literally. I’m on my seventh day of their non–service and there are no signs that things will get better soon. Wish me luck. I guess it’s the only thing that could help me now.
Everyone loves Apple’s iPod, or at least pretends not to hate it. I’ve got one, though there are things I just wish it wasn’t. It takes a lot to shuffle. Go pick a playlist, an artist, or an album. Then suddenly decide that you want to shuffle the tracks instead of listening to them sequentially. […]