Monthly Archives: August 2012

Internetmania

He was once the most powerful voice in France but that fateful day his jaws wrapped in bandage he rode a cart through the roads of Paris towards his last meeting – with Madame Guillotine. As he stepped unto the … Continue reading

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Telcos at War and Our Future?

I guess this particular story begins when the two telcos held similar events one in Boracay and one at Heritage Hotel. Smart had launched or gave a glimpse of LTE technology in the beaches of Boracay. Meanwhile, Globe called a … Continue reading

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Why I Still Have Books: A Bibliophile’s Confession

A few weeks ago. I was conversing with a friend our talk went into the subject of reading. And my friend showed an ipad from which she read her books. I on the other hand told her that most books … Continue reading

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