There's already a lot here and you probably stopped reading, but I couldn't resist writing a note to my 23 year old self:

https://www.quora.com/Life-Advice-What-c...

  • If you do anything, do this first one: learn how to work hard and stick with something. Learn how to turn off Facebook and control your addiction to social media. You'll instantly be ahead of a majority of your generation.
  • Video games are a time sink. If you can play for an hour and say "That was fun, let's do something else" then you're ok. Otherwise, just get rid of them.
  • Pick up an athletic hobby that you can do through the years, or your sedentary academic lifestyle will do horrible things to your posture, back, and gut.
  • Learn how to deal with interpersonal conflicts. Read Crucial Conversations and practice - it's a lifechanger (shameless plu...
mar 22 2017 ∞
mar 22 2017 +
  • B5 JIS dimensions (26 holes)
    • 7.6 x 10.4 inches
    • 182 x 257 mm
jan 28 2016 ∞
jan 28 2016 +
  • 4 Basic Financial Concepts
    • Risk Diversification
    • Inflation
    • Numeracy
    • Interest Compounding
jan 8 2016 ∞
jan 8 2016 +
  • Noli “El Subastahero” Alleje - #1 in the country in foreclosure investing, Managing Director, The Property Forum (http://realestateacademy.ph/)
  • When you buy your dream house at an early stage, it becomes a nightmare because you will always be thinking about the big expense and financial burden, instead. Make your dreamhome your benchmark and be practical. Everytime you sell a home it gets closer and closer to buying your dream home.
  • There is a Boom in:
    • Cebu
    • Davao
    • Bacolod
    • Iloilo
    • General Santos City
    • CDO
    • Naga
    • Tuguegarao (good investment)
dec 19 2015 ∞
dec 19 2015 +
  • Marilynne Robinson

Simple yet potent

  • Tobias Wolff
  • Raymond Carver
  • Wells Tower
  • Claire Vaye Watkins
  • Ron Rash
nov 25 2015 ∞
nov 25 2015 +
  • Method 1
    • Restart computer
    • hold cmd + r until progress bar finishes
    • utilities > terminal > type "resetpassword" on bash
    • hit save
  • Method 2 (if login and keychain aren't the same)
nov 18 2015 ∞
nov 18 2015 +
  • | ID | Client Name | Mac Address | Assigned IP |
  • |----|--------------------------|-------------------|---------------|
  • | 1 | aSia | C8-2A-14-12-99-69 | 192.168.0.100 |
  • | 2 | aSia | E0-F8-47-17-C9-F8 | 192.168.0.101 |
  • | 3 | android-57e940e6e488b501 | 78-52-1A-3F-7D-4E | 192.168.0.103 |
  • | 4 | Pandoras-Orocan | 5C-96-9D-2F-67-B7 | 192.168.0.107 |
sep 8 2015 ∞
sep 8 2015 +
  • Auto Loan (under consumer loan, different from commercial loan)
    • 500K / yr
    • 3 yrs
  • Commercial Loan, SMEs of 150,000
    • 3.5M, 4-5% per annum, options fixed per annum
    • 30 yrs 20%
  • Advanced payment, mas may ibabayad, REBATE, 20%
    • 3 yrs, 100K
    • 2.77% (add on = interest)
      • diminishing interest = for land
    • 13888.89 per month + 384.722253
  • the fuck I was told I need to dl an odbc driver for realtime data on my exel files (I want real-time currency conversion of...
mar 1 2015 ∞
mar 1 2015 +

REMOVE VBA PROTECTION

DL TRIAL VERSIONS for 30 DAYS

STEPS

  • Download 32bit excel 2010
  • Use the code on StackOverflow
  • Remove vba protection.

OTHER

NEED

feb 26 2015 ∞
feb 27 2015 +

When I was growing up, the friends I hung out with were trash talkers. The books I read was trash fiction.

I was stupid and followed what each of them said blindly. So I got all my life lessons from doing stupid stuff, and falling flat on my face.

My friends and I made plans like robbing a video store (genius, right?) to make more money. We even organized a reunion of old class fellows to get the hot chicks in our college to like us (they obviously didn’t).

Our other ‘genius’ plans were equally hare-brained. Thankfully we never got in serious trouble, since most of our plans died before the end of the night.

I can tell you though that in my short time on this blue dot, I’ve picked up a few things. These are what I’ll share with you today. It won’t be the ‘end-all’ for things you should know about lif...

feb 12 2015 ∞
feb 12 2015 +
  • Congressman Neri Colmenares - Bayan Muna representative
jan 9 2015 ∞
jan 9 2015 +
nov 12 2014 ∞
nov 12 2014 +
  • Boyd Casey commented on "I turn 30 in April and feel I have wasted a lot of time. My business partner stole millions from me. Should I just give up or is it too late? What's next, what should I do now? I feel cheated, violated, deprived, and SUPER depressed! What the f**k do I do know?":
  • "That's known as embezzlement and is illegal.
  • See a lawyer
  •  get a forensic accountant to go over the books and
  • speak to the local prosecutor.
  • Depending on your corporate charter (if your incorporated) and your respective positions he may or may not have had the right to move or allocate company funds,
  • but he does not have the right to steal from you.
  • Only professionals with access to all the...
feb 23 2014 ∞
feb 23 2014 +
  • what we talk about when we talk about love - raymond carver
  • the night in question - tobias wolff
  • everything ravaged, everything burned - wells tower
  • battleborn - claire vaye watkins

Movie:

  • take shelter
feb 3 2014 ∞
feb 3 2014 +
  • https://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/33...
  • For WORK to be satisfying:
    • autonomy
    • complexity
    • a connection between effort and reward
  • “No one who can rise before dawn three hundred sixty days a year fails to make his family rich.”
  • “...If you work hard enough and assert yourself, and use your mind and imagination, you can shape the world to your desires. (151)” in reference to Jewish lawyers with families who work for the garmet industry
  • “Achievement is talent plus preparation”
jan 6 2014 ∞
jan 6 2014 +
  • Analyze financial reports of a company.
    • Reading annual reports is just like taking the blood test of a company. Health.
  • Value of business, take Warren Buffet.
    • In the short-term the market is a voting machine, in the long-term, it's a weighing machine. Does the business have good value, good cash flows, sustainable business model, competitive advantage, those are what lasts.
sep 27 2013 ∞
sep 27 2013 +
  • "Propaganda is to Democracy is what violence is to Dictatorship (Noam Chomsky)
  • Legislation is like sausage, the less you know about how it's done the better for the appetite
  • Red dots, yellow dots, green dots.
  • Sarah Maclendon, White House journalist
aug 21 2013 ∞
aug 21 2013 +
aug 8 2013 ∞
oct 5 2013 +

Creative Personality - Psychology Today [http://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/...]

1. Creative individuals have a great deal of physical energy, but they are also often quiet and at rest.

    • They work long hours, with great concentration, while projecting an aura of freshness and enthusiasm. This suggests a superior physical endowment, a genetic advantage.
    • F O C U S E D M I N D S > superior genes
    • When necessary, they focus like a laser beam; when not, they immediately start recharging
    • Rhythm of activity followed by idleness or reflection are very important for the success of their work

2. Creative individuals tend to be smart, yet also naive at the same time.

jul 28 2013 ∞
aug 20 2013 +
  • Danny Boyle
  • Paul Thomas Anderson
  • Cuaron
  • Del Toro
jul 20 2013 ∞
jul 20 2013 +
jul 12 2013 ∞
jul 12 2013 +

DOWNLOAD

  • Brandwashed: Tricks Companies Use to Manipulate Our Minds and Persuade Us to Buy
jun 30 2013 ∞
jun 30 2013 +

The Muses:

Clio (history) Urania (astronmy) Melpomene (tragedy) Thalia (comedy) Terpsichore (choral song and dance) Calliope (epic poetry) Erato (erotic poetry) Polyhymnia (religious hymns) Euterpe (lyric poetry) daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, they are goddesses of music, song, and dance; the source of inspiration to poets; and the keepers of knowledge, remembering all that has or ever shall come to pass.

The Graces:

Aglaia (splendor) Euphrosyne (mirth) Thalia (good cheer) born of Zeus and Eurynome, the goddesses of grace, beauty, adornment, mirth, festivity, dance, and song are the attendants of both Aphrodite and Hera.

The Furies,

Tisiphone (murder retribution) Megaera (grudge) Alecto (unceasing) ugly, winged women covered in poisonous serpents, born f...

jun 28 2013 ∞
jul 11 2013 +
jun 21 2013 ∞
jun 21 2013 +
  • trust your gut instincts
    • reminds me of a quote: "It's not the plans you think up that makes the difference; it's how well you use the accidents" (C. Heath, Rolling Stones '97)
  • self-awareness. Of playing around with the context of the medium ie., 3d photograph on a print magazine cover
  • the trite thinking out of the box
  • play
  • there are naturally more talented people than you, so deal with it
  • functional intent. even though it entails some form of nudity lols
  • consistency
jun 20 2013 ∞
jun 20 2013 +
  • get more likes for the 50th follower, they'll get a free tablet pr phone
jun 6 2013 ∞
jun 6 2013 +
  • 30 mins a day either one session or 10 mis stints
  • include resistance training
  • aerobic exercise
may 30 2013 ∞
may 30 2013 +
  • vincent meertens | infographic
  • Edward Tufte, Yale University
  • Julie Steele, O’Reilly Media
  • Josh Smith, Hyperakt
  • Jer Thorp, Office for Creative Research
  • MUST WATCH: The Art of Data Visualization | Off Book | PBS Digital Studios -- but how??

CREATIVE CODING

may 26 2013 ∞
jun 27 2013 +
  • Dear Friends,
  • On February 21, Thursday, the new MCAD (Museum of Modern Art and Design) is opening it's doors for their very first exhibit. The MCAD is the newest and most modern museum in the Philippines to date. For their first exhibit, they are featuring eleven personalities and how they have influenced contemporary life and culture. One of them is none other than our own, Jim Paredes. You are all invited to be part of this. We would be so happy to see all of you there.
  • I don't have enough invites to go around but below are the details of the exhibit:
  • EXHIBIT A
  • roots out notions of the contemporary in recent works by.....
  • JUSTINO ARBOLEDA, agricultural engineer
  • JUNY BINAMIRA, boat designer and builder
may 16 2013 ∞
may 16 2013 +
  • Esterbrook
  • Sheaffer
  • Parker
  • Wearever
  • Waterman
jan 30 2013 ∞
jan 30 2013 +

Project Part III: Design Document

Now that you know the essential concepts about gamification and game design, it's time to use them. For this final task, we ask you to bridge this gap as you meld creativity and structure to match peoples' needs with technical feasibility and business realities.

You are approached by Cheyenne Kendrick, the CEO of Go Digital Press (GDP), a global publisher of electronic books for devices such as the Kindle, Nook, and iPad. She knows you are one of the top experts on gamification, which she has heard can revolutionize publishing. She asks you to present a proposal for a gamified system to take her business to the next level.

GDP concentrates on the trade segment of the book market, i.e. non-fiction publications that would traditionally appear in bookstores, rather than mass-market paper...

oct 7 2012 ∞
oct 7 2012 +

NOOK COLOR COVER http://www.ebay.com/itm/Aqua-Blue-Leathe...

NOOK COLOR PROS $150 for "remanufactured"

  • 32GB slot (depends on SD Card)
  • Can purchase content in the Philippines
jun 19 2012 ∞
jul 5 2012 +

Peter Coughter, Art of the Pitch

How to be a better communicator, be a better presenter.

  • Think as much of ourselves
  • Economist ad: Would you like to sit next to you at dinner?
  • Big test for applicants, Jon Steel. If he'd want to sit with them in 5 hours in a plane ride?
  • Would you have enjoyed that presentation you did? Would you want to be a part of the audience there?

People pitching the ideas kill the ideas.

Sell the idea of the creative before you sell the creative. Get them nodding, "Framing", frame the argument in such a way that we eliminate all solution and the only solution is ours.

Defy convention, try to create the exceptional. Meaning, convention = account pers...

jun 10 2012 ∞
jun 16 2012 +

PEPSI - Because a few people are going to read it. And the ones who do, you want. They’re interested. They’re peering in your shop window.

may 20 2012 ∞
may 20 2012 +
  • Jon Steel - Understanding the basics of human communication. You don't target the consumers; you engage as willing accomplices both in developing the ad campaign and execution.

Best ads: 2 way communication

"The very best advertising is like the one end of a very interesting conversation and it was a conversation starter and it was a stimulus for a 2-way dialogue bet the brand and the consumer." Howard Gossage, planner '60s

"I speak to the masses but talk to them one at a time" - Spielberg, secret to success

Think about individuals.

- Useful - Work above ego - Be the one in the agency that makes connections bet brand and culture and the human context

However complex things become (tech dev) in the end we're still talking about basi...

may 19 2012 ∞
may 19 2012 +
  • Al Ries, one of the creators of the term positioning and co-author of the book, Positioning: the Battle for Your Mind, likes to say it’s the single word that comes to mind when the brand is mentioned. For Volvo it’s “safety”. For Whole Foods it’s “organic”. For Sierra Club it’s “environment”. These words come from the essence of the brand. It begins with the corporate mission and the vision for the product. It incorporates corporate values and culture. It’s the brand story, the brand platform, the brand presence. It’s the people associated with the brand at all levels of the supply chain. It’s the leadership of the company and of the brand champions within and outside the company. And it’s the word-of-mouth and status the brand enjoys.
  • POSITIONING
  • POSITIONING DECK
may 18 2012 ∞
may 18 2012 +
  • The most basic way to make people care is to form an association between something they don't yet care about and something they do care about . We all naturally practice the tactic of association.
  • GROUP INTEREST > SELF - INTEREST
  • Self-interest
    • Self-interest does seem to matter, quite a bit, when the effects of a public policy are significant, tangible & immediate
    • Self-interest shapes what we pay attention to, even if it doesn't dictate our stance.
  • Prof. James March. 2 basic models of decision-making
    • 1. CALCULATING CONSEQUENCES
    • 2. DECISIONS BASED ON IDENTITY (no analysis of outcomes)
  • Sample ad campaign - FEAR TACTIC
may 15 2012 ∞
may 16 2012 +
  • Surprise - gets attention
  • Interest - sustains attention
  • Stickier ideas by: breaking someone's guessing machine and then fix it
    • 1. Identify the central message you need to communicate—find the core;
    • 2. Figure out what is counterintuitive about the message —i.e., What are the unexpected implications of your core message? Why isn't it already happening naturally?
    • 3. Communicate your message in a way that breaks your audience's guessing machines along the critical, counterintuitive dimension.
    • 4.Then, once their guessing machines have failed, help them refine their machines.
  • expose part of your message that are uncommon
may 14 2012 ∞
may 14 2012 +
  • website like demonoid where the culture-dependents do the work.
may 13 2012 ∞
may 30 2012 +
  • PRINCIPLE 1: SIMPLICITY ...and profound
    • relentlessly prioritize the message
    • use Golden Rule: one-sentence so profound that an indiv could spend a lifetime learning to follow it.
  • PRINCIPLE 2: UNEXPECTEDNESS / ELEMENT OF SURPRISE
    • We can surprise (an emotion whose function is to increase alertness and cause focus) but it doesn't last. Should generate interest and curiosity
    • HOW? Like an entertaining history teacher you can systematically for a long period of time "open gaps of their knowledge then fill those gaps"
  • PRINCIPLE 3: CONCRETENESS
    • ie. "ice-filled bathtubs"
    • "apple with razors"
    • (proverb) "a bird in hand is worth 2 in a...
may 13 2012 ∞
may 13 2012 +
  • C4d FLASH
  • Illustrator CS5 - character styles
  • Make an alias from Dropbox folder to a local folder
  • Shift-click swatch on appearance tab for color slider
  • AI - double-click pencil. (CMD+ALT) Edit selected path, to be able to make another path.
  • Template layer - to lock a scanned work.
may 7 2012 ∞
may 15 2012 +
  • Experts are clueless

Experts—journalists, analysts, consultants, bankers and gurus—can’t “do” so they “advise.” They can tell you what is wrong with your product, but they cannot make a great one. They can tell you how to sell something, but they cannot sell it themselves. They can tell you how to create great teams, but they only manage a secretary. For example, the experts told us that the two biggest shortcomings of Macintosh in the mid 1980s was the lack of a daisy-wheel printer driver and Lotus 1-2-3; another advice gem from the experts was to buy Compaq. Hear what experts say, but don’t always listen to them.

  • Customers cannot tell you what they need

“Apple market research” is an oxymoron. The Apple focus group was the right he...

may 6 2012 ∞
may 6 2012 +
apr 30 2012 ∞
apr 30 2012 +
  • Fast just got Faster
  • The right kind of wrong
  • Let's motor
  • "From your first time to the time of your life. Chevy runs deep."
apr 19 2012 ∞
apr 23 2012 +
  • The idea is simple enought if You can say it in 7 words ie. Lost alien befriends boy to get home.
apr 17 2012 ∞
apr 17 2012 +
  • Some useful plug-ins for Afobe I'd like to produce
    • Type organizer
    • Lorem Ipsum generator
    • Link text fields for PS
apr 9 2012 ∞
may 7 2012 +
apr 8 2012 ∞
jul 31 2014 +
apr 7 2012 ∞
apr 7 2012 +
  • Create an environment for creativity
  • Start the habit of drawing
  • Create a personal visual library
  • Create a personal metaphor library. Check "Mapping Inner Space" by Nancy Marguilles, Nusa Maal, and Margaret J. Wheatley
  • Take creative and visual thinking breaks
  • Practice creativity
  • Read more fiction
  • Start a Visual Thinking School
    • Schedule It - set aside a dedicated time
    • Be holistic - it's not just drawing, not just brainstorming
    • Set objectives - what you intend to learn
  • Getting Started: A Basic Visual Thinking Toolkit
    • vertical lines
    • horizontal lines
    • circles
apr 6 2012 ∞
apr 6 2012 +
  • For science fiction stuff - www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlwwqjTL0-U
mar 25 2012 ∞
mar 25 2012 +
  • Do you have any more advice for someone who is just starting out?
  • JL: The other advice that I have is to make it as personal as possible.

So you can enclose your photograph, or tell your stories about where you come from, or if you have a rich ethnic background or special interests or if you’re a climber or you’re a collector of something, that is a plus. All those little quirks make me feel connected to that person because I have learned a little more about them.

And being open so that you can share…maybe creating platforms, open projects where you invite other people to participate in making things. Those little details I think makes me get a sense that, “Okay, this person gets the web.” And by making a lot of the contents creative commons. The fact that he put, “So and so, 2010 copyright,” makes me reali...

mar 25 2012 ∞
mar 25 2012 +
mar 2 2012 ∞
mar 2 2012 +
  • 6. Kummerspeck — This German word, which literally translates as "grief bacon," refers to excess weight gained from emotional overeating. This year, it worked its way into the English-speaking world.
jan 1 2012 ∞
jan 1 2012 +
  • Download objectified
dec 21 2011 ∞
dec 21 2011 +
  • Yamaguchi Akira
  • Makoto Aida
  • Kyotaro
  • Kondo Akira
  • Tanada Koji
  • Allison Sommers
dec 11 2011 ∞
dec 11 2011 +

ART DIRECTION & COPYWRITING

  • Business of Branding
  • Creative Thinking
  • Visual Concepts & Execution
  • Visual Story Telling
  • Technology
  • Digital Engagement
  • Concept Development
  • Strategic Brand Concepts
  • Visual Concepts & Execution II
  • Brand Campaigns
  • Culture
  • Portfolio Development
  • Building Global Brands
  • Presentation Skills
  • Advanced Portfolio Skills
  • Digital Portfolio

COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY / PLANNING

  • Contemporary Research Methodology
  • Strategic Thinking
nov 13 2011 ∞
nov 13 2011 +

Show people it's possible, don't just tell them. It's always been the seemingly improbable, boundary-pushing

nov 7 2011 ∞
nov 7 2011 +
  • it's a good life, if you don't weaken. a picture-novela by seth (gregory gallant) (1996)
  • shortcomings by adrian tomine (2007)
  • ethel and ernest by raymond briggs (1998)
  • it's a good life, if you don't weaken (
  • persepolis by marjane satrapi (2003)
  • fun home by alison bechdel (2006)
  • from hell by alan moore and eddie campbell (2000)
  • black hole by charles burns (2005)
  • blankets by craig thompson (2003)
  • alice in sunderland by bryan talbot (2007)
  • the catasflore emerald by herge (1963)
nov 7 2011 ∞
nov 7 2011 +
  • HA ELS of park at noon. There is no human activity visible. Ambient noise: Park environment (Fade in, continuous.)
  • LS of swing set. Swings move gently in the breeze. CLOWN enters frame R in LS, on tiptoe. He moves towards camera until he is in MS. Clown looks to his left, then to his right, and smirks.
  • CU of Clown as he looks down. Tilt D to reveal his hand reaching into his pocket. He pulls out a small toy car, cradles it in his hand.
  • Worm’s eye view of cement pavement with weeds. Clown’s hand enter frame from above in CU. He sets toy car down on ground. Hand exits frame U. After a beat, car springs to life and zips off, exiting frame L.
  • CU of clown as he looks offscreen L at the car. He smiles to himself and exits frame R. Ambient noise: Fade under and out.
nov 3 2011 ∞
nov 3 2011 +
  • desk lamp
  • photos of friends
  • asia cut-out name
  • no books?
  • knickknack tray
  • coasters
  • calendar
  • plant
    • cacti
    • eggling
  • acrylic cases for RW
  • sketchpad
  • mini-tracing pad
oct 25 2011 ∞
oct 31 2011 +
  • "Design must be worked with seriously in order to win respect. Functional design processes, profound culturally connected trend insights and knowledge about human behavior is paramount. Something is wrong when design in some scenarios has become something viewed upon as a major source of pollution. This is applicable to designers but above all, producers." - David Carlson, David Report
  • Design is not equal to styling, decor
  • Design = problem solving
  • A Brand must insert itself meaningfully into people's lives by
    • enabling and enriching their existing behavior
    • NOT requiring new ones.
  • Working Commercially in the Online Space by Poke, Iaian Tait
  • Everyone is the media
oct 6 2011 ∞
oct 6 2011 +
  • Transfer Certificate of Creative Legitimacy to inDesign
  • Do the 'digitized' logo
  • Cargo
aug 13 2011 ∞
aug 31 2011 +
  • Study MFA in Interaction Design at SVA
    • Fluency in:
      • Web design
      • Application design
      • Industrial design
      • Design research
    • Proficiency in:
      • Interface design
      • information architecture of usability methods
      • prototyping methods
      • typography & layout
      • attention to shaping human behavior
  • Be as creative as Michel Gondry
  • Write an article for a contemporary art journal
  • Be richer than my brothers combined? Meh. Maybe.
aug 3 2011 ∞
aug 3 2011 +
  • Note to self: Sue neighbors for illegal burning of rubber + Write a petition to get them out of business. IMPERATIVE, DO NOT FORGET!
feb 1 2011 ∞
feb 1 2011 +
  • why can't youtube play on my phone?
  • how to enable SM wifi on my phone
  • blackberry shortcuts!
dec 14 2010 ∞
jan 6 2011 +

http://www.mit.edu/~mbarker/exercises/pl...

EXERCISE: 20 Master Plots -- Part 1! EXERCISE: Plot #1: Quest: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #2: Adventure: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #3: Pursuit: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #4: Rescue: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #5: Escape: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #6: Revenge: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #7: The Riddle: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #8: Rivalry: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #9: Underdog: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #10: Temptation: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #11: Metamorphosis: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #12: Transformation: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #13: Maturation: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #14: Love: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #15: Forbidden Love: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #16: Sacrifice: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #17: Discovery: 20 Master Plots EXERCISE: Plot #18: Wretched Excess: 20...

dec 2 2010 ∞
dec 2 2010 +
  • fb: post pics to friends.
nov 26 2010 ∞
nov 26 2010 +
  • MAKE MY OWN PICS FROM NOW OWN
nov 25 2010 ∞
nov 25 2010 +
  • Always watch while online to keep updated:
    • ANC
    • BBC World
    • CNN
nov 23 2010 ∞
nov 23 2010 +
  • communication arts
  • v magazine
  • love magazine
nov 20 2010 ∞
nov 20 2010 +
  • pedometer!
nov 20 2010 ∞
nov 20 2010 +
  • His works vis-a-vis mine, be it ARTWORKS or POETRY or WRITING
  • ode to Pasay
  • the pin-hole stills TONIGHT
    • AH! Have Capo and Jose pose on the screen to show their pinhole developed photos :D
  • Weekly challenges in Work of Art, gayahin?
  • _ TRIP TO BACOLOD _
nov 20 2010 ∞
nov 20 2010 +
  • UGH, have to go turn up tomorrow
  • read script
  • print script
  • EDIT script
  • NOW
  • tricks to stage play design
nov 19 2010 ∞
nov 19 2010 +
  • Oddly enough,the place reminds me so much of Libertad and my Chinese heritage. I had the urge to want to live there against the mass of dirt and grime.
nov 19 2010 ∞
nov 19 2010 +
  • ..to move from Tumblr to Wordpress
nov 16 2010 ∞
nov 16 2010 +
  • I need every contraption that'll make me good tea
    • tea dispenser
    • good old tea bags
jul 20 2010 ∞
jul 20 2010 +
  • Fear and Trembling Kierkegaard
  • Sickness unto Death Kierkegaard
  • Marquis de Sade, A Study by Simone de Beauvoir
  • A Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man by Joyce (reread favorite!)
  • Sometimes a Great Notion by Ken Kesey
  • Finnegan's Wake
  • Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury
  • Fool for Love by Shepard
  • Discourse on Method and Meditations by Descartes
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth by Verne
  • After the Banquet by Yukio Mishima
  • The Sound of Waves by Yukio Mishima
  • The Temple of Dawn by Yukio Mishima
  • The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea by Yukio Mishima
  • Philosophical Fragments
jan 14 2010 ∞
nov 18 2010 +
  • A photograph of the word "Asia" in Manila (how vain)
  • Me in the middle or somewhere in the periphery.
  • "I like __, _ , , __ , in that order.
jan 6 2010 ∞
nov 18 2010 +
  • melinda and melinda
  • whatever works
  • anything else
  • radio days
  • love and death
  • cassandra's dream
  • manhattan murder mystery
  • bullets over broadway
  • don't drink the water
  • mighty aphrodite
  • vicky cristina barcelona
  • everyone says i love you
  • wild man blues
  • deconstructing harry
  • celebrity
  • sweet and lowdown
  • small time crooks
  • the curse of jade scorpion
  • hollywood ending
dec 29 2009 ∞
nov 18 2010 +
  • buy Philstar everyday.
dec 24 2009 ∞
nov 18 2010 +
  • ask Ms. Sherri to tour us on the 28th floor
  • ask Ms. Angel for the powerpoint of the orientation
  • prepare for Dean's utos -- diyos muna si Dean
    • Miami Ad School
    • Guerilla Marketing?
  • use notebooks I ALREADY have.
    • russel+hazel
    • ?
  • final concepts/creatives for Strepsils
  • be-in-the-know of what's happening NOW. (i.e.: shows, trends, etc.)

IN MY BAG

  • notebook ~> Calendar (monthly), doodles, financial, loan dues, PRINT OUTS
  • lunch
sep 24 2009 ∞
nov 18 2010 +

3 TENETS

  • Remember that "Most problems are potential improvements screaming at you."
  • Be honest with yourself about your flaws.
  • Identify both the immediate cause and the root cause of your problem.

6 QUESTIONS

  • What went wrong?
  • Have you made a mistake like this before?
  • What was the immediate cause of the problem?
  • What was the root cause of the problem?
  • What can you do to correct the problem in the short term?
  • What can you do to prevent problems like these in the long term?
apr 20 2016 ∞
apr 20 2016 +
  • 0.1 Mbps = 12.8 KB/s
  • 0.5 Mbps = 64 KB/s
  • 0.8 Mbps = 102.4 KB/s
  • 0.9 Mbps = 115.2 KB/s
  • 1 Mbps = 128 KB/s
  • 2 Mbps = 256 KB/s
  • 3 Mbps = 384 KB/s
  • 4 Mbps = 512 KB/s
  • 10 Mbps = 1280 KB/s
  • 16 Mbps = 2048 KB/s
  • 20 Mbps = 2560 KB/s
  • 20.48 Mbps = 3000 KB/s
feb 10 2016 ∞
feb 10 2016 +
  • By Suzan Bigay - Registered Financial Planner
  • P16 Million in Assets (Net Worth), otherwise still poor, recommended for professionals or entrepreneurs
    • Property in MM, like a condo close to workplace, hospital - P5 million
    • Property in Province, like a farm, recharging activities over the weekend - P5 million
    • Two cars - P2 million
    • Liquid assets that you can easily withdraw - P4 million
  • Not mahirap, not mayaman
jan 8 2016 ∞
jan 8 2016 +

TAXES

dec 13 2015 ∞
dec 13 2015 +
  • Dal Maschio Group Srl - as seen on the documentary Objectified - manufacturing machine / injection machine
nov 24 2015 ∞
nov 24 2015 +
  • 20% down
  • mortgage payment
  • property tax
  • insurance
  • maintenance
  • minimal credit card debt
  • 8 month emergency fund
  • 401K "up to point of the match"
sep 29 2015 ∞
sep 29 2015 +

These flavors play off each other

  • tarragon - parsley
  • mint - coriander
  • lemongrass - basil
may 7 2015 ∞
may 7 2015 +
  • Nothing But H20 - Level M2 Trinoma
  • I Love Koi - The Ramp at Crossings Dept. Store
  • Rustan's
  • Australia
    • Tigerlily
    • Wahine
    • Sea Folly
  • Hawaii
    • Le Tarte
  • US
    • DKNY
    • FCUK
    • Echo
    • Eberjey
  • Brazil
    • Anika
mar 10 2015 ∞
mar 10 2015 +
  • The Little Book on Emerging Markets
    • Explains how to pick the industries and companies mostly likely to boom, why policies and regulation are key to making intelligent investment decisions, how to recognize genuine opportunities, and much more
    • Includes invaluable techniques for managing your risk
    • Shows you how to get your money in and out of emerging markets without being burned
feb 27 2015 ∞
feb 27 2015 +

TERMS?

  • clicktags
  • dynamic content
  • fallback ads
  • landing pages
  • targeting
  • a/b testing -- "2 samples testing"
  • heat maps
  • place holders
feb 16 2015 ∞
feb 27 2015 +

--- The Dalai Lama said sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck. I agree. We often have no idea what we really want. We know what looks good on paper. We know what we should want, according to society. But often when you’re jealous of someone else, it has nothing to do with what they have. It’s about how you assume having that would make you feel.

----

10 Steps to Heal a Broken Heart by leading hypnotist Paul McKenna and psychotherapist Dr. Hugh Willbourn.

The searing pain of a failed relationship is the greatest suffering many of us will ever experience. Now, leading hypnotist Paul McKenna and psychotherapist Dr Hugh Willbourn claim they can teach you to mend a broken heart. Using their unique 10 step method, you can remove emotional pain and feel free to enjoy life fully again...

nov 22 2014 ∞
apr 29 2017 +
  • Not all friendships last, and that's ok. Cling to the good ones and get rid of the bad before they drive you crazy.
  • Basic automobile needs (how to change a tire, check the oil, the transmission fluid, and know what kind you need for your vehicle).
  • How to unclog a drain. (Let's face it ladies, our hair is an issue, and in taking care of it, you need to take care of your drains.)
  • How to format a resume. (This may seem like a no-brainer to some, but if you didn't take specific classes in high school, it may be a problem for you.)
  • How to file your own taxes. (Turbo Tax is a great thing, but some people still don't know how to do it on their own. If you are 25 and you still have your parents file your taxes, you need help.)
  • KEEP A CALENDAR. (Appointments, birthdays...
feb 17 2014 ∞
feb 17 2014 +

I consider myself fortunate for having learned this early, but for me, the biggest lesson is that 30 is NOT the new 20. Our 20s matter, and the decisions we make in our 20s can profoundly influence our futures.

"Oh, you have plenty of time to figure it out. Don't worry about anything," people say. On one hand it's true that most of us have time to kick back and relax a little more than we do. But on the other hand, life is definitely short. That means there isn't a lot of time to waste on dead-end decisions, at least not if you value having a life that feels at least somewhat focused and controlled. Not everyone agrees with that, but I believe this strongly. There is no greater sense of loss in your 20s than feeling like you don't have a plan and aren't on your way to somewhere you want to be. With that in mind, I try to stick to the following principles:...

feb 5 2014 ∞
feb 5 2014 +
  • When you take a bath with them and they hop out and run from the room, giggling childishly (the resting state for a quirky girl), and should “Hold on! I have a surprise!” and come back with a bucket of ice and dump it in the tub and shout “I’m Rose and you’re Jack! Isn’t that water COLD?!” And when you try to jump out, they hold you down under the icy water, and sob softly and the last words you hear as your final breath leaves your body and everything goes dark is their voice whispering over and over, “I’ll never let go.” -- LOL
jan 22 2014 ∞
jan 22 2014 +

Tom Jackson, Marketing and sales channel builder Suggest Bio Votes by Jan Leadbetter, Lecia Bushak, Antonio Jiménez Palenzuela, Tinu Rajan, and 3500 more. I have a 22-year old son, and my advice to him is the same:

Between 16 and about 30, life gives us incredible energy. After that, we have less energy and less time. As Franklin said, "Do ye love life? Then do not waste time, for that is the stuff life is made of." You see, one of the great lessons of Western Civ is to delay gratification in hopes of a better reward down the road. Hence, the many compelling time-wasters of our day (mindless internet surfing, video games, texting, reality TV, endless social media use, porn, bad relationships etc.,) --these are all a slow drip of poison for the life you hope to have. You can never get back those many hours wasted.

What should one do instead? Read, study ...

jan 10 2014 ∞
jan 10 2014 +

The Century of the Self [http://pialogue.info/books/Century-of-th...]

  • Ed Bernays
  • Dr. Ernest Dichter
    • But it was only the beginning of the rise to power of psychoanalysis in America. Psychoanalysts were about to move into big business and use their techniques not just to create model citizens but model consumers. Last week's episode showed how Freud's American nephew Edward Bernays had been the first to convince American corporations that they could sell products by connecting them with people's unconscious feelings. But now a group of psychoanalysts were going to take what Bernays had begun and invent a whole range of techniques to get inside and manage the unconscious mind of the consumer. They were led by Ernest Dichter. Dichter had practiced next door to Freud in Vienna, but he had co...
aug 22 2013 ∞
aug 23 2013 +
  • “women sometimes mentioned pointedly that they also would have liked to have had a wife to spare them from worries that interfered with their concentration on work” | Excerpt From: Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly. “Creativity: Flow and the Psychology of Discovery and Invention.” HarperCollins. iBooks.

This material may be protected by copyright.

  • the story about the kid who asked 50 from his workaholic father to pay in full his father for an hour of his time.
jul 29 2013 ∞
jul 29 2013 +
jul 24 2013 ∞
jul 24 2013 +

SUSTAINABILITY

  • Machines that can recycle bottles
    • Machine with a swipe card that gives points when people participate in recycling. Points will be discounts for shopping, etc.
  • Swipe cards can also be used for giving away soiled food for organic fertilizers.
jul 13 2013 ∞
jul 13 2013 +

PROJECT IDEAS

  • Make lamp respond from your sound or motion.
  • Door lock, like open sesame thing. Cool for advertisers.
jul 11 2013 ∞
jul 11 2013 +
  • "I often worry that I’m pregnant - with always being tired and hungry, my violent mood swings, and my perpetually swollen ankles, but then, luckily, I remember: you have to have sex for that."
  • "I am so clever that sometimes I don't understand a single word of what I am saying." -Oscar Wilde
jun 28 2013 ∞
jun 30 2013 +
  • S Specific
  • M Measurable
  • A Attainable
  • R Relevant
  • T Time-based
  • E Evaluate
  • R Reevaluate
jun 25 2013 ∞
jun 25 2013 +
  • Philip-Lorca diCorcia
jun 23 2013 ∞
jun 23 2013 +
  • Definitely not just 2d
  • Backdrop of my house. I have a good place:
    • Backyard with hollow-blocks
    • Moulding machines
    • Terrace garden
    • Kubo
  • Behind the School
  • Well, MAYBE I can work with A & J, BUT I want to highlight my autonomy first.
  • Web effects is good, okay but I want to showcase that I want to do work that is not entirely bound on web design / front-end
  • CONCEPT
  • FUN / PLAY
  • CEREBRAL
  • good writing
jun 20 2013 ∞
jun 20 2013 +
  • Managers not MBAs by Henry Mintzberg
jun 6 2013 ∞
jun 6 2013 +
  • Essey invisible table
  • Brooklynese kitchenware
jun 1 2013 ∞
jun 1 2013 +
  • $151 for the Circa limited edition leather notebook with my name
  • $24 Portable Punch
  • $12 Plastic 5 tab dividers
  • $9 Page Finder
  • $3 Pocket Dividers
  • $1 Ruler
  • $3 Zip Pocket
  • Approx. Php9K for all, sans shipping costs
mar 20 2013 ∞
mar 20 2013 +
mar 19 2013 ∞
mar 19 2013 +
  • webcal://www.facebook.com/ical/b.php?uid=1842443592&key=AQCPg8kV4vFy-UVd
  • webcal://www.facebook.com/ical/u.php?uid=1842443592&key=AQCPg8kV4vFy-UVd
feb 10 2013 ∞
feb 10 2013 +
  • the best way you can get people to pay attention is to use poetic sound and imagery in the first 5 seconds
  • that, and get to the point of the story already. first 5 sec.
jan 30 2013 ∞
jan 30 2013 +
sep 5 2012 ∞
sep 5 2012 +
  • Celebration of Imperfection

By Steve Carsella http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/episo...

  • American Copywriter advertising creatives John January and Tug McTighe willingly open up the cabinets inside their brains and let you peek inside. Advertising, marketing and everything about popular culture is covered, but you get a nice-sized portion of personal ramblings, tangential stories and occasionally successful attempts at actual comedy.

By Sullivan Higdon & Sink http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ameri...

  • My Life In Advertising A young copywriter gives us a humorous look at what life at an ad agency is like. Sort of.

By Sean McKenna http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/my-li...

aug 6 2012 ∞
aug 6 2012 +
  • downloaded this Afloat app, dunno how to install it. Fuckit. GNU thingie included.
jul 20 2012 ∞
jul 20 2012 +

Design Accord. Integrating Sustainability in Design Education http://edutoolkit.designersaccord.org/

jul 4 2012 ∞
jul 4 2012 +
  • http://greentonebits.com/downloads/sessi...
    • Monoki & Galun - Two Times (great for ambient, slow, abstract motion graphics)
    • Madame Distressed (ambient, to fast, diff. beats)
    • Handbook - Weather (dash of oriental, urban beats)
jun 20 2012 ∞
jun 20 2012 +
  • In 1997, advertising guru Jon Steel, author of Perfect Pitch: The Art of Selling Ideas and Winning New Business, met Steve Jobs. In roughly six minutes, the Apple Computer CEO gave the most "focused, passionate, and inspiring" presentation Steel had ever seen in more than 20 years in the advertising business.

Steel discusses the event in the introduction to his book. Here's the background. Jobs had just been brought back to Apple to rescue the company from the brink of extinction. One of the things he wanted to change was Apple's advertising and so Jobs asked two firms whose work he liked to come in and speak directly with him. One of these firms was Steel's agency.

When Steel and his two partners arrived at Apple, they were met by two senior members of Apple's marketing department-employees Jobs had inherited from the former C...

may 19 2012 ∞
may 19 2012 +
  • I. W E L C O M E T O A D V E R T: G R A B A N A D J
    • USP (Rosser Reeves)
    • Positioning (Al Ries & Jack Trout) in terms of __STRAT. "When you have it just right,the strategy should be evident in thecampaign but the campaign should not be evident in the strategy."
      • notion that consumers have limited memory to categorize prods. There's a room for maby 3. If prod isn't one of those 3, you must de-position a competitor in order for a diff. prod to take its place. ie. "Uncola"
    • "GREAT ADVERTISING BUILDS FACTORIES"
    • BRAND EQUITY - the baggage included in a brand. ie. Coke is happiness, Bmw is status, etc.
    • BRAND - sum total of all the emo, thoughts, imgs, history, possibilities & gossip that ...
may 18 2012 ∞
may 18 2012 +
  • Good Stories
    • Simulation (how to act)
    • Inspiration (motivation to act)
    • ACTION = Simulation + Inspiration
  • Reminder:
    • CREDIBLE ideas make people BELIEVE
    • EMOTIONAL ideas make people CARE
  • 20 master plots
  • Robert McKee, screenwriter 3 inspirational / chicken soup plots (helps spotting good stories)
    • CHALLENGE PLOT i.e. 127 hours, soul surfer
    • CONNECTION PLOT i.e. good samaritan
    • CREATIVITY PLOT i.e. me with the bandage sol'n for lrt, new ways / approaches, Caine's arcade
may 16 2012 ∞
may 16 2012 +
  • truth is esp. sticky bec of the WAY IT WAS ENCODED ie. Aesop, Fox & Grapes
  • What makes something "concrete"? If you can examine something with your senses, it's concrete
  • ex. HP pitch to Disney, Stone Yamashita presented a concrete exhibit that uses their tech into action.
  • Concreteness is way of mobilizing and focusing your brain
  • Neat brain trick to earn 4.5 million investment from savvy & sophisticated group of investors
  • ie. KAPLAN to KLEINER PERKINS. The brown portfolio folder thrown on the table as a concrete instrument the partners could focus on and brainstorm instead of being critical.
  • ie. Sony wooden block for transistor radio
  • ie. Grant, Unicef, 1 tsp. salt, 8 tsp. sugar, 1L h20 "Do you know that this costs less than a cup and tea and it can save h...
may 14 2012 ∞
may 14 2012 +
  • Find the core (like Commander's Intent)
  • Translate the core using the success checklist
  • ONLY IDEAS WITH PROFOUND COMPACTNESS ARE VALUABLE
may 13 2012 ∞
may 14 2012 +

A popular book that I read recently called Made to Stick by Chip & Dan Heath references a 1999 study “The Fundamental Templates of Quality Ads” by an Israeli research team. The study found that 89% of award-winning ads could be classified into 6 basic templates. When the researchers tried to classify another 200 non-award winning ads, they discovered that only 2% of them met this criteria. The great thing about this research for you and me is that if you can master the concepts behin...

may 13 2012 ∞
may 13 2012 +
  • I've heard that at minimum one must spend 10000 hours on a given subject at minimum to achieve mastery. Assuming you spend 8 hours per day learning some subject, 7 days per week, that comes out to 3.42 years.
  • How long does it take to be an AS3.0 GUR...
may 11 2012 ∞
may 11 2012 +

School of Web Design & New Media

AA Web Design & New Media

First Year - 33.0 Units First Semester 12.0 Units WNM_110: Visual Design Principles [Major Required Course] WNM_105: Design Technology [Major Required Course] FND_113: Sketching for Communication [Major Required Course] WNM_120: User Experience Design 1 [Major Required Course] Second Semester 21.0 Units WNM_236: Digital Photography [Major Required Course] WNM_230: Digital Imaging: Image Enhancement [Major Required Course] WNM_249: Interactive: Web [Major Required Course] WNM_210: Visual Design for Interactivity 1 [Major Required Course] LA_108: Composition for the Artist [Liberal Arts: Written Communication requirement] FND_125: Color and Design [Major Required Course] *To be taken in Summer. LA_***: [Liberal Arts By Advisement Course] *To be taken in Summer. Second Year - 33.0 Units Third Semester 15.0 Units...

may 6 2012 ∞
may 6 2012 +
  • 'Natural' Browser Size: 974 x 650 px, less margins 960x650px
  • Many illustrators I know call this the “ red apple syndrome ”, meaning a client who needs an image of a red apple will look through a thousand images until they see a red apple drawn by an illustrator and hire them. You can render a yellow or green apple? Too bad! Show me a red apple.
may 1 2012 ∞
may 2 2012 +
  • The Fresnel Effect
  • The Fresnel effect is named for the nineteenth-century French physicist Jean Augustin Fresnel (pronounced with a silent s). This effect describes the amount of reflection and refraction that occurs on a surface as the viewing angle changes.
  • The glancing angle is the angle at which you view a surface.
  • If you are standing in front of a wall, the wall is perpendicular, and thus the glancing angle is 0.
  • If you are looking across the ocean, the glancing angle of the surface of the water is very high. The Fresnel effect states that as the glancing angle increases, the surface becomes more reflective than refractive. It’s easy to see objects in water as you stare straight down into water (low glancing angle); however, as you stare across the surface of water, the reflectivity increa... .
apr 26 2012 ∞
apr 26 2012 +
  • Stash Magazine tutorial
  • Finish tutorial on Maya lighting & rendering & additional UV mapping.
  • Learn how to export Maya files to Flash and animate for a web banner.
apr 24 2012 ∞
apr 24 2012 +
  • Sit in a comfortable cross-legged position, or in a straight-backed chair with your feet on the floor, or lie down. If seated, close your eyes gently; if you lie down, keep your eyes slightly open.
  • Set an alarm. Try meditating for between 12 and 20 minutes.
  • Concentrate on your breath as it enters and leaves your nostrils, or on the rise and fall of your belly.
  • When thoughts, feelings, or sensations arise, don't try too hard to push them away. Mentally acknowledge them, but then try to concentrate anew on your breathing.
apr 17 2012 ∞
apr 17 2012 +
  • Join FB promos by OgilvyOne. Local Brands.
apr 10 2012 ∞
apr 10 2012 +
  • The Letraset company was established in London in 1959, introducing its instant dry transfer lettering in 1960. This proved highly attractive to graphic artists and designers, revolutionizing graphic design practice through the quick and easy process of applying well-designed letters to flat surfaces.
apr 9 2012 ∞
apr 9 2012 +

When subjects viewed the pictures of the original sculptures, scans of their brains showed a strong emotional response; they were clearly moved. There was much less response to the sculptures with subtle change in proportion.

“We were very surprised that very small modifications to images of the sculptures led to very strong modifications in brain activity,” researcher Giacomo Rizzolatti tells Livescience.com. He believes that the human brain may have a special attraction to images that demonstrate the “golden ratio,” an eye-pleasing proportion of 1-to-0.618 that shows up again and again in art and nature. This ratio can be found in a nautilus shell and spiral ...

apr 6 2012 ∞
apr 6 2012 +
mar 28 2012 ∞
mar 28 2012 +
  • Hexagram 14 Ta Yu - Great Possession

Fire over Heaven

By being to yourself and honest, you will enter a period of great abundance. Now is an opportunity for you to shine, but don't forget to keep your humility and integrity. If you abuse your strength, you will lose it.

  • Hexagram 9 Hsiao Ch'u - Taming Force

Wind over Heaven

Forcing your way will only bring misfortune. Remain focused on your plan and surpass obstacles with gentleness and decorum. Stay focused on the long term. Plant the seeds for success now, and reap a bountiful harvest in the future. Cultivate tolerance, patience, detachment and adaptability. Understand that all you have the power to change is yourself.

mar 17 2012 ∞
mar 17 2012 +

Jessica Hische on web typography

  • Don't have a favorite font; have a favorite designer
jan 5 2012 ∞
aug 17 2013 +
  • sally hansen airbrush legs
dec 27 2011 ∞
dec 27 2011 +
  • Jerry Dela Femina
    • From Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor: Front-Line Dispatches from the Advertising War
    • An Italian Grows in Brooklyn
dec 13 2011 ∞
dec 14 2011 +
  • "No matter how familiar we are with our craft, it is more than safe to say we will never know if we know it enough, enough to say that we are well adjusted to its demands, our expectations from our crafts and our craft's expectations from us. I see it as a map: an object of only names and labels and other labels which necessarily show which are good and bad for us. So in trying to discourse different corners of our crafts, exploration is taken more seriously by trying to figure out where we're supposed to go. It is more important for us to know where to stop, to know that we have reached our spot."
nov 20 2011 ∞
nov 20 2011 +
  • “The point about working is not to produce great stuff all the time, but to remain ready for when you can.” - Brian Eno.
  • begin each item with an asterisk
nov 12 2011 ∞
nov 12 2011 +
nov 7 2011 ∞
nov 7 2011 +
  • tempo
  • beats
  • rhythm
nov 3 2011 ∞
nov 3 2011 +
  • palindrome
  • anagrammer
nov 1 2011 ∞
nov 1 2011 +
aug 16 2011 ∞
jun 30 2013 +
aug 12 2011 ∞
aug 12 2011 +
  • implus lite by shape services 8.6.1
feb 1 2011 ∞
feb 1 2011 +
  • Drinking, Smoking & Screwing brings back this century's most raucous, erotic, and thoroughly entertaining fiction, essays and poetry- with no warnings and no apologies. Join these great writers in a celebratin of the virtues of vice.
  • Contents: (Excerpts, Essays, Poetry):
    • Dorothy Parker - You Were Perfectly Fine
    • Spalding Gray - College Girls
    • Anne Sexton - When Man Enters Woman
    • Charles Bukowski - Women
    • Don Marquis - Preface to a Book of Cigarette Papers
    • H.L. Mencken - The Vocabulary of the Drinking Chamber
    • Erica Jong - Fear of Flying
    • L. Rush Hills - How to Cut Down on Drinking and Smoking Quite So Much
    • Mary McCarthy - The Group
    • Art Hoppe - The Drinking School
dec 30 2010 ∞
dec 30 2010 +
  • how do i shortcut to switch application
  • set left convenience key
  • personal email
  • BBmessenger
  • close programs on switch application
dec 3 2010 ∞
dec 5 2010 +
  • peter greenway (Pillow Book) ♥!
nov 28 2010 ∞
nov 28 2010 +
  • I love architecture, s p a c e. Logically, I should go on to STREET ART .
nov 25 2010 ∞
nov 25 2010 +
  • The Pillow Book
nov 25 2010 ∞
nov 25 2010 +
  • my brother just lost his computer, I guess karma happens when you least expect it mehehe
nov 21 2010 ∞
nov 21 2010 +
nov 20 2010 ∞
nov 20 2010 +
  • Preparations for Lola's bday
  • use my marketing/advertising chops
nov 20 2010 ∞
nov 20 2010 +
  • check my stuff I can sell
  • try to get a Paypal account
  • get the shipping cost around MNL for the courier
    • LBC
    • Air 21
    • FedEx
    • To Go?
  • get market status at proquest.org
  • business plan for mother
nov 19 2010 ∞
nov 19 2010 +
  • get containers
  • divide into:
    • 500s
    • 100s
    • 50s
    • 10s
    • 5s
nov 19 2010 ∞
nov 19 2010 +
  • bento meals (www.justbento.com)
  • ramen
nov 18 2010 ∞
nov 18 2010 +

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jul 20 2010 ∞
nov 18 2010 +
  • di talaga ako maingat sa gamit.
  • phone jacked
  • lcd screen unlached

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jul 16 2010 ∞
nov 18 2010 +
  • wasaaak.blogspot.com - adam david
mar 16 2010 ∞
mar 16 2010 +
  • read tokwa's work
  • start each item with an asterisk
jan 9 2010 ∞
nov 18 2010 +
  • Asia's balkonahe
    • christmas lights
    • comfy lazy chair
    • lamp shade
    • walis at dustpan
    • extension chord
    • ladder (hagdan)
    • mosquito repellant
    • electric fan
    • carpet / pillows
  • cabinets
    • wood
  • painting stash
    • top level
      • plastic for turpentine
      • brushes
      • usual being used
dec 29 2009 ∞
nov 18 2010 +
  • nice phone (with document reader, mp3 video, nice camera)
  • earn
dec 29 2009 ∞
nov 18 2010 +
  • I will need a MAC
    • Access . Because Trixie, my thesismate, has access to free software since her uncle works for Apple.
    • Convenience . Specially designed for, er, design.
    • Institutionalized . Have to keep abreast with what's happening and Mac is undeniably the way to go.

How?

    • ask contacts in the US if I can have them as buyers
      • Melissa Cruz
      • Jean Garcia
      • friends in CANADA
    • Check which Mac suits best for my needs

Option 1

sep 24 2009 ∞
nov 18 2010 +
  • P2 per minute
  • P5.69 - P6 per km (P3.5356 per mile)
apr 27 2016 ∞
apr 27 2016 +
  • Name: SpecialK Team
  • Serial: GLGC-ECZA-PBGL-TMDY-OYXM-ZDFhttp://listography.com/action/new-list?folder=M&ak=8700dcc422365fd84096d6cb#
feb 17 2016 ∞
feb 17 2016 +
  • chrome-extension://icpgjfneehieebagbmdbhnlpiopdcmna/main.html
dec 19 2015 ∞
dec 19 2015 +
  • Insurance acts as a an investment because you pay a premium and expect something in return -- worth more than you paid in the first place-- should something ever happen to you.
  • Some financial planners don't see insurance as investment.
  • Premium is a small loss with an expectation that something will happen to you that will cost you more.

PREVENT PAYING MORE - 5 QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE BUYING INSURANCE

  • Do you really need insurance? (very unique investment?) Make sure someone will have an economic loss. If something happens to you?
    • Someone
    • Economic Loss
    • Event
dec 19 2015 ∞
dec 19 2015 +
  • crease
  • thru-cut (boundary where you cut the packaging)
  • face graphics (outside of the box)
  • inside graphics (inside of the box, ie., off-white color)
  • base marker for preview
  • artwork
  • register
  • draw
  • score

Sample

  • FU3D_Base
  • Register Marks
  • Crease
  • Cut
  • Copy
  • Design
  • FU3D_InverseTex

Verify

nov 5 2015 ∞
nov 6 2015 +

Goal:

  • install kitkat
  • have access to New Yorker issues on Kitkat via Nook app
  • use Nook Kitkat for educational purposes for kids

Questions:

  • Can I still have access to New Yorker issues on Kitkat via Nook app? If Yes > Go root Nook Tablet to Kitkat -- YES, accdg to B&N CSR --> BUUUT
  • If google detects this is a BN Nook Tablet, Nook App will not be downloadable. I guess APK?
  • Is Nook App compatible with a rooted Kitkat Android? Hopefully.

Resources:

mar 11 2015 ∞
mar 12 2015 +
  • listography + pinterest
    • movable lists
    • pinnable lists
    • collapsable lists ala workflowy
    • different formats of lists, rectangle, square
    • responsive
    • mobile
    • insert pictures?
  • online grocery, too high a risk
feb 27 2015 ∞
feb 27 2015 +

cap table investment deck business plan

airtight business plan

clear go-to marketing strategy3 yr summary P&L (profit and loss)

customer acquisition strategy financials DCF valuation (dividend cost finance?) - most vc’s can’t do that math

pander

feb 6 2015 ∞
feb 6 2015 +
  • If a person laughs too much, even at stupid things, he is lonely deep inside
  • If a person sleeps a lot, he is sad
  • If a person speaks less, but speaks fast, he keeps secrets
  • If someone can’t cry, he is weak
  • If someone eats in an abnormal manner, he is tense
  • If someone cries at little things, he is innocent and soft-hearted
  • If someone becomes angry over silly or petty things, it means he needs love
dec 4 2014 ∞
dec 4 2014 +
  • Don't too much with banners
  • FOCUS:
    • Get user's attention; no need to tell a story bec it's a different medium
    • you can't translate a TV or magazine ad into a banner ad that easily; again, different medium
    • behavioral targeting
  • TRUTH: People have banner blindness
  • Display ads in 5 yrs:
    • Behavioral targeting
    • Larger sized ads (ie., clutterbusters) stand out more, ie., ESPN
    • Flash-like banner experience
    • Real-time reporting for clients to provide on the fly decisions
    • Click-through rate less important;
    • INTERACTION RATES -> ENGAGEMENT will become more important
mar 9 2014 ∞
mar 9 2014 +

(http://www.quora.com/If-you-could-time-t...)

Earl j Moniz 2 votes (show) I often recommend this exercise for a birthday intraspection; whereas: each year, find a great quiet spot to sit for a bit... then:

Imagine walking down a long empty dirt road toward a large shade tree in the distance... as you get close, you notice someone sitting under the tree; you think it might be nice to sit and chat for a bit. as you get very close you recognize it is you under the tree at half your age.

what do you talk about?

  • . . (I leave it here and let the person talk about anything they like for as long as they like) . . .

inevitably, the younger talks about plans and dreams for the future, and the fear of faliure... the older speaks about lost opportunities, regrets, and the triumphs of taking risks...

feb 21 2014 ∞
feb 21 2014 +
  • Designing for Multi-platform Android screen sizes
    • MDPI - 100% of original artwork size
    • XHDPI - Extra high density & is 200% of original artwork size
    • HDPI - High density & is 150% size of original artwork size
    • LDPI - Low density & is 75% of original artwork size
jan 23 2014 ∞
jan 23 2014 +

15 Things You Should Give Up to be Happy

  • Give up your need to always be right
  • Give up your need for control
  • Give up on blame
  • Give up your self-defeating self-talk
  • Give up your limiting beliefs
  • Give up complaining
  • Give up the luxury of criticism
  • Give up your need to impress others
  • Give up your resistance to change
  • Give up on labels
  • Give up on your fears
  • Give up on your excuses
  • Give up the past
  • Give up living your life to other people’s expectations
  • GIVE UP ATTACHMENT
jan 17 2014 ∞
jan 19 2014 +
dec 25 2013 ∞
dec 25 2013 +
  • "Propaganda is to democracy is what violence is to Dictatorship." (Noam Chomsky)
sep 2 2013 ∞
sep 2 2013 +
  • Use archetype cards to help with our brand stories and positioning. * Archetypes are ancient, universal patterns of behavior that highlight an original example, ideal, or epitome. According to this idea, all people fall into various types, including:
    • the Trickster, who manipulates others through duplicity;
    • the Martyr, who transcends service to oneself or a cause;
    • the Fool, who helps people laugh at absurdity and hypocrisy;
    • the Artist, who inspires others to see life symbolically; and
    • the Gambler, who follows intuition even when others don’t.
  • These helped us to know who a particular company was, what they stood for, and where they were positioned in culture — wh...
aug 18 2013 ∞
aug 18 2013 +
  • Al Seckel (cognitive neuroscientist): "Visual Scandal: Humor, Joy and Surprise in Design"
    • violate expectations in a pleasant or surprising way = happiness
  • Crazy Nuts by Jerry Andrus
  • What Happens to the Train Lionel's Magic Mountain
  • Matheau Haemaker's Cube
  • what you perceive is based on past experience, ie., dolphins or intercourse on a vase (Priming by Experience)
  • count the dots, optical illusion where you can't get to the dots lols
  • Al Seckel, levitating water
  • Kitaoka's Perceptual Drift Illusion
  • Trompe L'oeil, tricking the eye
  • The Future Building, NY

Origins Optical Illusions

aug 7 2013 ∞
aug 7 2013 +

things to clear up

  • 6-1 code. How about touch enabled DnD?
  • Code trick where you (-) your own object. Check processing book.
    • From the Arduino Book. Mutual Exclusivity
    • Later, we read the current state of the button, and if it’s pressed (val == HIGH), we change state from 0 to 1, or vice versa. We do this using a small trick, as state can be only either 1 or 0. The trick I use involves a small mathematical expression based on the idea that 1 – 0 is 1 and 1 – 1 is 0: state = 1 – state; The line may not make much sense in mathematics, but it does in programming. The symbol = means “assign the result of what’s after me to the variable name before me" --in this case, the new value of state is assigned the value of 1 minus the old value of state.
jul 15 2013 ∞
jul 16 2013 +
jul 11 2013 ∞
jul 11 2013 +

LIBERAL ARTS

  • "Reincarnation. It's like saying reality is an illusion and there's no consequences to anything, so we're completely off the hook."
  • "Guilt before we act is called morality"
  • "Unlike you, I'm not from the I'll-tell-you-every-sick-sorta-detail-of-my-life generation. I value discretion, I loathe self-pity. So let's just leave it at this: People are disappointing."
  • "I would just think that, spending so much time with all those Romantic poems will make you more optimistic & hopeful.
  • "Nonesense. They were miserable men who were granted a few moment of transcendence and they had the talent and foresight to grab pen and paper and write it down. Byron is probably the happiest of the lot only because he put his dick in everything." -- THAT'S ACERBIC WIT
jun 28 2013 ∞
jun 28 2013 +
  • Goya's Ghost
  • My Cousin Vinny
  • A Swedish Love Story (1970)
  • Adventureland (2009)
  • Alpha Dog (2006)
  • Brick (2005)
  • Cherrybomb (2009)
  • Donnie Darko (2001)
  • Fight Club (1999)
  • Into the Wild (2007)
  • Lolita (1997)
  • Ondine (2009)
  • Andrei Tarkovsky
jun 24 2013 ∞
jul 22 2013 +
  • Alex Monroe rings
  • Essey invisible table
  • Brooklynese
jun 21 2013 ∞
jun 21 2013 +

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11365...

  • I just set up a good solution for this, it requires dropbox. I am currently using this to sync plugins and settings across ~5 different sublime installs on windows, linux, osx, and a few vm's.
  • Step 1: use PackageControl to manage all your plugins, its awesome.
  • Step 2: Add a "Sublime" directory to your root drop-box directory (I replicated the full directory structure for the hell of it, {DropBox}/Sublime/Packages/User). Make sure sublime is closed, and move the contents of {SublimeRoot}/Packages/User in to the dropbox directory you just made. Delete {SublimeRoot}/Packages/User, and replace it with a symlink that points to {DropBox}/Sublime/Packages/User.
  • Use this same process on every computer where you use sublime, it accomplishes 2 things.
jun 20 2013 ∞
jun 20 2013 +
  • Water bottle - 8 buttons to signal how much water you've taken within a day.
jun 12 2013 ∞
jun 12 2013 +
  • 2 ounces of Salmon
  • 1 broccoli spear
  • 1 cup whole-wheat spaghetti topped with 5 sun-dried tomatoes
  • 3 shiitake mushroom
  • 0.5 cups spaghetti sauce
may 30 2013 ∞
may 30 2013 +
  • Drug called Provigil or modafinil to treat narcolepsy, 100mg per day, everyday of the week.
may 30 2013 ∞
may 30 2013 +
  • Dieter Rams tip: report to the higher-ups, ie. CEO, Chairman of the Board since your design will be insulated. Easier to solve.
may 24 2013 ∞
may 24 2013 +
apr 30 2013 ∞
apr 30 2013 +