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Tuesday’s Wrap Week 2

There are days when you got too many ideas and stuff to post and then there are days where nothing gets published. I would normally suggest pacing them and future-posting some but more often than not, it’s the timing that really counts so you just got to hit that publish button.

  • MarcVill writes a nice post about blog networking and adds that putting up one is like going into a marriage. I’d like to push it a bit more and say having a blog network is like raising a family — treat your newborns carefully so they’ll grow up to be great kids.
  • Over at PTB, Migs asks the question “Is the Philippines still a good place to work?“. It think it’s more than just the industry salary standards but the overall quality of the work environment. But I’d always say, it’s not how much you earn but how much you save that counts.
  • GoDaddy succumbs to a DDos attack. No matter how big or small you are, if someone is hell bent on crushing you, you’d likely bow down on your knees.
  • Several rounds of weng-weng were shared last night at Jill’s in The Fort to celebrate Sasha’s unshackling from the corporate rat race. Marc was floored at the Php8,000+ bill for such paltry orders. Never again, he says. Don’t worry pre, we’ll do your stag party somewhere else where it much more worth it.
  • Got a scoop for BH yesterday about HostGator buying the design directory CSSVault for a whooping $USD100,000. Darn, that’s a lot of trailing zeros for a PR9 site.
  • We’re off to the Davao Blog Party this week-end with Aileen and Jayvee. I’m excited to meet the Bisaya bloggers down south and as equally excited to take that whitewater rafting trip.
  • Aileen is contemplating on making me sign an NDA before I meet her guest from Mountain View tomorrow. I don’t know exactly what she told the guys from the big G about me but I’d sure wanna sneak this little post before I sign anything above the dotted lines.
  • PC World lists The 50 Most Important People on the Web and I’m sure John C. Dvorak will try to take a swing at it on the next TWiT podcast.
  • A mobile phone tracking application wins this year’s Sweep Awards (Smart Wireless Engineering Education Program Innovation and Excellence Awards). Max is one of the judges. I saw this at MOA this week-end but never tried to get past the gated area.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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8 Responses

  1. jhay says:

    Wow, blog party sa Davao. Sama ako! ;)

  2. seav says:

    Guest from Mountain View? Hmmm, interesting. But I don’t think it’s any non-executive Googler I know about (like Matt Cutts or Niniane Wang), they’re far too busy. :p

  3. AJ says:

    john c. dvorak hates any kind of list. LOL

  4. Nicholas says:

    I know what you mean.. There are days in which I literally can dish out 20 to 30 posts a day, and days in which no posts come to mind…

  5. karla says:

    hmmm, interesting abe :D
    guys from the big G

  6. Max Limpag says:

    I should have texted you whether you were anywhere near the Mall of Asia last Saturday. I had planned to text you, Connie and JAngelo pero nahiya ako. We could have had coffee and I could have interviewed you. Sayang. Next time. :-)

  7. mathew says:

    this site has alot of good posts!

  8. Hi there, just doing some browsing for my Fort Worth 4g website. Lots of information out there. Not quite what I was looking for, but nice site. Have a great day.

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