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In search for a great podcasting mic

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: April 10, 2007

You know we're pretty serious with this BoBCast when we're already in search for that ultimate podcasting mic. Last week, we recorded our 5th episode of the Band of Bloggers at Bataan but due to the number of BoBCasters and our lack of external microphones, the resulting audio did not went well. There's just to wide an unequal volume in the recording and Marc seems to have a shield of static around him that's affecting my laptop's dual built-in mic. I tried all the low-pass filters, noise-cancelling and normalization techniques I've known to no avail so I think we'll have…

Poll: What brand of earphones are you?

Relevance: 50%      Posted on: August 18, 2011

I noticed a significane surge in the number of earphone brands being introduced in the Philippines this year. Which so many models to choose from, we're curious as to which brands still tops them all. Some two or three years ago, whenever people recommend a good set of earphones, it's the Senn brand that pops much more often. Even the knock-offs are getting some good following. So, let's go back to our question -- what brand of earphones are you? We've got the Sennheiser of course, the Philips, Sony, Monster/Beats, Jays, TDK, AKG, Shure, Audio Technika, Bose, Klipsch, etc. Go…

Ideal Podcasting System

Relevance: 43%      Posted on: January 9, 2006

A client of mine called up and asked about a good podcasting system. They'll be releasing their first podcats within the week but they record it on a studio somewhere here in Makati. Basically, they wanted to setup an in-house system to do their podcast. What hardware requirements are needed to record podcasts for 3 or more people, what type of microphones are good enough yet affordable, some headphones maybe or a combo, some other device that could hook up a live podcast with a Skype or GTalk conversation so remote participants can join in. The client is an expat…

Taking Smart’s Surf TV for a spin

Relevance: 38%      Posted on: March 24, 2010

Was able to borrow a demo unit of Smart's Surf TV and was testing how the internet TV box really works. Here are my first impressions on how the device works. Smart Surf TV is primarily for content consumption rather than content creation. As such, it is more usable in the living room than the office or study. So, what's inside the box? The entire package consists of the following -- the TV box, a USB keyboard, USB mouse, a wireless remote, Smart Bro Plug-It, Smart SIM card, and VGA cables. So basically, all you need is a TV, monitor…

Nokia’s 1st non-phone gadget — N770

Relevance: 37%      Posted on: May 26, 2005

Nokia just unveiled their first non-phone gadget ever. Dubbed the N770, it's basically a 4-inch screen web-browsing tablet that can hook up via WiFi or thru a mobile phone. Looks pretty cool and retails at $350, but I'd rather go for the LifeDrive.

Jakarta’s WiFi Village

Relevance: 36%      Posted on: December 8, 2006

We have a short meetup with Filipina blogger Armina at the Plaza Senayan the other day along with her husband Yuda and 2 kids. Her husband mentioned that they were employing a wifi village arrangement in their area. Since broadband is still expensive here in Indonesia, what he did was signed up for a SoHo (Small Office, Home Office) package from the ISP. It cost him about 2 Million Rupiahs (roughly Php11,000) a month and the connection speed were just in the hundreds of Kbps. However, since the SoHo package allows the subscriber of up to 40 workstations connected to

Off to Vigan on a Blogging Seminar

Relevance: 34%      Posted on: August 8, 2006

Looks like I'll be going up north to Vigan next week. I was just asked to do a blogging seminar to some 50 people up there on the 15th and 16th next week. Same stuff really. Manolo might be there as well. I'd be out at least 4 days. Are there places I can go to get online there? A wifi hotspot or some AirborneAccess locations maybe? Last time I was in the city was back in 2001 and it was a great trip. This time, I won't forget taking some really great photos of the place. Anybody up there…

Archos 7 Home Tablet

Relevance: 32%      Posted on: June 25, 2010

If the 4.8" screen of the Archos 5 is not big enough for you, check out the 7-inch screen of the Archos 7. Same Android tablet, just bigger screen. We have unboxing photos below the fold. Archos 7 Home Tablet 7" TFT LCD @ 800x480 pixels ARM Cortex A8 @ 600 MHz (main CPU) 32 bit DSP @ 430 MHz (additional processor) 128MB DDR RAM 8GB internal storage up to 32GB via microSD WiFi 802.11 b/g USB 2.0 3.5mm audio jack Android 1.5 Like its younger sibling (Archos 5), this one is almost as slim and constructed with a combination…

Bring out the Pinoy Probloggers!

Relevance: 31%      Posted on: March 29, 2006

In connection with my talk on Problogging at the 2nd Phil. Blogging Summit this April 18, we're going to hook up with over a dozen Filipino probloggers both locally and abroad. It will be a short interview which I will post here as we draw near to the said date and which I will present during the summit. I hope them probloggers will indulge me and share with us their path to problogging. Maybe some additional tips for everyone as well. Of course, a lot of us will be curious how much they really earn (as long as their NDA

Xbox 360 or XPC Gaming PC?

Relevance: 31%      Posted on: January 6, 2006

A client of mine asked me whether he'd opt for an XPC Gaming PC instead of an XBox 360. He doens't have an inkling of the advantages of one over another but I brought it down to 2 basic points. If you have the money to burn, go for the XBox 360 (if you can easily get one). You could easily shell out 50 grand for them babies. However, an XPC Gaming PC could get you by with enough fire power to play the games you like (he has a Philips 29" TV he can hook it to) and still…