Battle of UMPC’s continues

•September 22, 2008 • Leave a Comment

What was started by Asus Eee Pc is now turning out to be an invasion of several UMPCs in the market.

Based on some readings and news, I think based on what’s available in the market now the choices boil down to the following: Continue reading ‘Battle of UMPC’s continues’

Guinness Book of World Records 2009

•September 17, 2008 • 1 Comment

The 2009 edition of the Guinness World Records is scheduled to be out already in the market tomorrow.

The book boasts of new features such as: 3D Photographic features, the book comes with a pair of 3D glasses to appreciate these 3D pictures; 100% new photographs and 60% new and updated records among others.

I’m sure  Michael Phelps would be there with what he did in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Roger Federer also made some sort of a record in his fifth straight US Open title.

In entertainment, there is the great performance at the box office of the movie “Dark Knight.”  

Know more of the records, check the nearest bookstores.

Financial crises: Signs of more to come?

•September 15, 2008 • Leave a Comment

In the recent weeks, we have seen oil again breach below the 100 dollars per barrel mark. The dollar barging into its one year high of Php 47:$1 since September 2007 against the Peso.

And now, we have big companies, financial institutions in the US in deep financial troubles, all blaming the mortgage crisis as the culprit. Continue reading ‘Financial crises: Signs of more to come?’

Excited for Survivor Philippines

•September 14, 2008 • Leave a Comment

The Pinoy version of the hit reality series “Survivor” will hit local tv starting on September 15, Monday.


The show as we all know will be hosted by Paolo Bediones, let’s see if he can be at par with Jeff Probst, the original Survivor’s host. Continue reading ‘Excited for Survivor Philippines’

College hoops heating up

•September 10, 2008 • 3 Comments

Talk about exciting ballgames in the Philippines’ Collegiate ranks both in the UAAP and the NCAA.

Personally, i tend to watch the UAAP more than the NCAA since i really find the games here more exciting (kudos to NCAA fans there, but i am an NCAA fan as well one way or another). And of course because of the fact that the La Salle Green Archers play in the UAAP.

The Final Four of both tournaments are almost on the way. Continue reading ‘College hoops heating up’

2008 US Open

•September 9, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Roger Federer came out of a slump.. FINALLY.

Federer defended and won this year’s USD 1.5 million worth 2008 US Open. He beat Andy Murray in straight sets, 6-2, 7-5, 6-2. IN the process he came closer to overcoming the record of Pete Sampras in the all time slam title list. He is now one slam title away of tying the record.

He has now won five straight US Open titles (wow..) and won 34 straight matches at Flushing Meadows.

It was reminiscent of the OLD Federer, the one who dominated and held the world number one in the span of 3 years (2004-2007). This was most evident in his semifinal match with World number 3 Novak Djokovic.

Will this be the start of another dominating streak? Rafael Nadal should watch out, his grip in the number one ranking might not last that long.

In the women’s side, Serena Williams defeated J. Jankovic and secured the World Number one ranking.

Great fights on a Sunday

•September 7, 2008 • Leave a Comment

I was glued to the television this Sunday for UFC 88: Breakthrough and the boxing fight of Katisidis and Diaz.

The fights, both undercards and main events were explosive and worth watching.

Here are some of the highlights in the fights: Continue reading ‘Great fights on a Sunday’