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April 17, 2014

A working Project Ara phone only costs under Php4,400

Google shows off a prototype version of the module-based Project Ara along with a list of updates that you need to know if you’re interested about the upcoming build-it-yourself smartphone. The company is confident that building a working Project Ara would only cost under $100 or around Php4,400.

January 16, 2014

Philippine government launches data.gov.ph

The Philippine government, in its commitment to open governance, has launched data.gov.ph, a website that aims to make national government data searchable, accessible, and useful for all.

August 08, 2009

Pusoy Dos, ZZips and other Pinoy iPhone Apps

The number of iPhone Apps for Filipinos (or the Philippines) are growing. Two of my recent favorites are Pusoy Dos (Big2 Poker) and ZZips.

May 01, 2008

AdMob launches Mobile Analytics

Mobile advertising network launches in beta a new analytics software to track and monitor traffic to your mobile web sites or blogs.

July 25, 2007

Loving the new Flock 0.9 browser

Since, the initial release of Flock, I’ve been slowly liking this Firefox-based browser. It’s the second most commonly used browser in my laptop, next to Firefox. My only gripe before was the utter lack of 3rd-party plug-ins or extensions, a feature I find essential for better browsing experience. Just recently, the new version release of […]

June 21, 2007

Manila Bulletin features Domain Squatter

I don’t regularly read the newspapers (print) but once in a while, I’d skim through some copies in the hopes of getting some scoop. Who would imagine I’d stumble upon yet another editorial lapse with Manila Bulletin. If you have a copy of the June 16, 2007 (Monday) edition of Manila Bulletin, go over the […]

November 29, 2006

Headhunters should use Google more…

I was reminded of my own encounters with several headhunters in the past when I read Migs’ post on “I am not looking for a job“. Just how many times have you been called up by some headhunter saying they found out about on while searching the net and they thought you fit the requirements […]

November 09, 2006

Is an SEO Contest the best place to experiment?

In the last couple of months lurking at the SEO Philippines mailing list, I often read that the last two SEO contests are good ways of experimenting with stuff. However, I find it a little confusing as to how you’d gauge a certain optimization or technique to have positive or negative effects in your ranking […]

August 06, 2006

Testing out Kontera In-Text Advertising

Last month, one of the reps from Kontera contacted me wanting to know if I’m interested to join their ad network. In-Text Advertising is online product placement based on the contextual relevancy between an advertiser’s brand and online content. With In-Text Advertising, the advertiser’s brand is linked to a relevant keyword appearing in the online […]

December 30, 2005

The $1,000 SEO Contest

Some isulong seoph magic here: isulong seoph, isulong, seoph. Check out this SEO contest and you could win USD$1,000:

November 30, 2005

Why all the blog-related ads?

More than half the time, Adsense ads on this blog are displaying mostly blog-related adverts, especially the Link Ad Units. I used to wonder about that and even used the section targetting feature with very little success. Then I realized that becaus eof the contextual targetting nature of AdSense, you’d be hard-pressed to avoid those […]

September 21, 2005

Experimenting on AdSense for Search

Ok, I just changed the built-in (default) WordPress search box to AdSense for Search for several reasons: The WordPress built-in search isn’t doing really good at searching related keywords. While the default results are filtered by date, there’s no filtering for relevance. So, If I search for an old entry that I wrote and the […]

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