13 September, 2012

The New iPhone 5 Specs

Good news to all Apple fans! The new iPhone 5 has been launch!

I am very excited about the hardware here, but I am actually SO excited for software updates in iOS 6. Passbook and Maps both look great.

Photos of the iPhone 5 shown at the Apple event.
The New iPhone 5 specs:

112 grams (20 percent lighter than 4s), 7.6 mm (18 percent thinner), 4-inch display (up from 3.5 inches), 1136x640 pixel resolution (up from 960x640), a fifth row of icons on the screen, 44 percent more color saturation, LTE network compatible, available on Verizon/Sprint/ATT, processor and graphics are 2x faster (new A6 chip).

Battery: will "exceed battery life of the iPhone 4s." 8 hours talk time, 8 hours browsing, 10 hours wifi browsing, 10 hours video, 40 hours music, 225 hours standby.

Camera: 8 mp, 3264x2448 resolution, f/2.4 aperture, 25% smaller, improved low-light quality, panorama feature, 1080p HD video, front-facing Facetime camera updated (720p) and face detection, improved mics and speakers,

Dock and connector: 
New connector is called Lightning, 8 pin, reversible (adaptor available for current connector).

Prices: start at $199 for 16GB model.
Pre-orders start Sept. 14. Shipping starts Sept. 21 in US, Canada, and several other countries.

It's not about a device folks, it's about a truly seamless digital existence that actually wait for it works. Everything on your phone, tablet, laptop, desktop is sync'd and clean.

06 September, 2012

Did Senator Vicente "Tito" Sotto III do it again?

"Oops he did it again..." What's next? I can't wait for his response and alibi for this matter on TV, It's too embarrassing not only to himself but also from where he is standing as a SENATOR. So stupid, Artist-Politics?

Sotto is the perfect example of why PH needs the RH Bill. Stupid people should be prevented from reproducing.

This man deserves a seat.... in the school, not in Senate. A Senator who cannot construct his own sentence, can never construct a good law because it never came out from the flow of his heart and not from the knowledge of his own mind.

Yahoo! Southeast Asia posts the same comparison below:

Kennedy's speech:
"Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance."

Sotto's speech:
"Tuwing naninindigan tayo para sa isang paniniwala, tuwing kumikilos tayo para mapabuti ang buhay ng iba, tuwing nilalabanan natin ang kawalan ng katarungan, nakalilikha tayo ng maliliit na galaw. Kapag nagkasama-sama ang mumunting galaw na mga ito, bubuo ito ng isang malakas na puwersang kayang magpabagsak maging ng pinakamatatag na dingding ng opresyon."

When you're making a speech you can actually quote words from famous people so i didnt see what sotto did wrong as long as he mention the person who originally said that.

05 September, 2012

Give Our New Chief Justice a Chance

Ma. Lourdes Sereno

Malacanang said Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno must be given a chance to perform her duties as her appointment has received positive feedback from various sectors anyway.

I listened from TV the taped short talk of CJ Sereno during the flag raising ceremony. I can sense that she was begging sympathy from her subordinates. This means she is uncomfortable and seemingly insecured. She must earn first their sympathies and not to expect immediate response. Her leadership can sway their hostilities.

Looking at what is happening in the Judiciary in the last few days, I do not forsee any possitive that will happen in the very near future. Sereno's first day in office as CJ seems to be a clear indication that she does'nt have a tight grip over the seven magistrates who have not attended her first flag raising ceremony and her speech during that event.

30 August, 2012

Cyber-bullying against Senator Sotto

Sotto: I'm the first Senator to be cyber-bullied.

This is what we get a disservice to all Filipinos a COMEDIAN, SCRIPTED actor pretending to be a Senator. He has no business being a politician. This is what Filipinos get if they kept voting for a SHOWBIZ PERSONALITIES. May this be a lesson.... This type of people are not doing a service to the country. They are merely taking up space in the Senate for those people who are more qualified and spent years in school. We need people who are educated, trustworthy, has morality in politics not just a good heart.

and yes... this type of people are expected to write laws. what do they have to offer on the table to be a Senator other than kept committing PLAGIARISM LIKE Sotto. I have no respect for him.

You were "bullied" not because of your stand in the RH Bill, instead of apologizing, you justify your shortcomings with lame excuses. The Philippine Senators are then unethical because plagiarism is rampant and accepted? Is this too hard for you to understand? There is nothing "legalish" about it. Have some decency and apologize.

Senator Sotto, you are a real piece of work!! If what you did is not plagiarism then I don't know what is! If some or most of the comments are too harsh on you it's because you wouldn't admit what you did is wrong. Maybe if you had apologized and admitted right there and then that what you did was not right, maybe you wouldn't be cyber-bullied.

He was the first senator to ever be a victim of cyber-bullying... more like he was the first senator to plagiarize a blogger's work.

You are a Senator. Crime or not; to commit plagiarism is not an option for a person in your status. If you cannot create an idea thought-assembled by your own rationality - as of course supported by external singularities, then you do not deserve to be a senator. There is a difference between being technically credible to run for senate and being essentially deserving to become a senator.

11 July, 2012

Comedy King Dolphy passes away

...and so passes the King of Comedy...by life a king, in heart a clown.

if would be difficult to find another comedian like him, our entertainment industry is like a deck of cards, we'll find the occasional king, but most are jacks.

One of the PILLAR and REAL ACTOR was already gone. But we need to continue to smile, to commemorate his contribution in the world of comedy in movie and television industry, as he himself wanted us to do.

May your smile become our smile and your laughter become our laugther as we continue our journey thru our lives. We will never forget you, and we will past on to our children about the story of your legacy you have made into the hearts of the filipino people.

RIP to a legacy, a legend, a hall of famer, one of the BEST COMEDIANS the nation have ever known, you may be gone but you will remain in our hearts,in our minds and in our souls.

To the most respectful person in the philippines who made many the people laugh when they sad now we should give thanks to our king of comedy Dolphy whose contribution to our country is so precious and cannot be replace but in our heart he is the most he is the one and only king may his soul rest in the kingdom of our god and may the almighty god bless his family ....

To the King of Comedy Dolphy Thanks and we love you and I say my Condolence..

26 May, 2012

CJ Corona bares $2.4 million dollar account

Chief Justice Corona claimed that he has at least $2.4 million in his four dollar accounts and claimed that he earned his deposits since his family invested in foreign exchange.
We may have our own opinion but the decision is in the hands of the senators, a judgment which may be political or probably so. I can only hope the senate will judge in favor of the Republic of the Philippines. Us Filipino people who have entrusted the country and our future to these elected officials. I hope their judgment will turn this country around and uphold the common good of the Filipino people through moral descendancy and push our nation forward.

We have to change the system of our country. Our problem is not Corona, almost entirely of them are guilty of this crime, from barangay to national level, almost everybody wants to cut their taxes and all that, and if we are going to impeach each and everyone, and get rid of the garbages, it will take 1,000 years before the country will be free from this dirt.

I truly believe these politicians are keeping a great deal of skeletons in their closets. They are, in the strongest term, leech! I'm a private individual living modestly to what my honest earning is. Consequently, I detest corruption!

If the CJ had done these accusations, he should be persecuted!

23 May, 2012

Who are the 'most corrupt' government officials?

I have here a top list of government offices/agencies with the most number of cases filed against them before the Office of the Ombudsman last year.

  • 3,852 cases were filed against Mayors in 2011.
  • 1,128 complaints for Members of the Philippine National Police.
  • 562 cases for members of the Department of Education.
  • 490 cases for The Philippine Information Agency.
  • 416 cases for Bureau of Internal Revenue.
  • 304 cases for the Armed Forces of the Philippines.
  • 177 cases for Bureau of Customs.
  • 155 cases for Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
  • 148 cases for Department of Social Welfare and Development.
  • 98 cases for Department of Justice.
  • 92 cases were filed against personnel of the Department of Finance.
  • 87 cases for Department of Health.
  • 86 cases for Department of Public Works and Highways.
  • 81 cases for Department of Agrarian Reform.
  • 57 cases for Commission on Higher Education.
  • 54 cases for Commission on Elections.
  • 48 cases for National Labor Relations Commission.
  • 47 cases for Bureau of Fire Protection.
  • 45 cases for both National Bureau of Investigation and National Economic Development Authority.

So many filed cases... but "The Office of the Ombudsman did not provide information on the status of the complaints."

Now that the ombudsman has this list of corrupt people and agencies, the better question is: what are they going to do about it, or is there something they can do about it? If not, its useless knowing about it. And this government is as useless as the past ones.

How very interesting! DEPED has the third highest incidence of graft cases filed against its employees and to think that DEPED has the biggest annual budget and has lots of grants and joint ventures with big firms supporting it with donations, scholarship grants, teacher-training sponsorship programs, etc. A veritable milking cow.

LGU's are no. 1? No surprise is there.

All the names of corrupt officials should be listed and posted online publicly, starting from the Sangguniang kabataan (yes they start this early), Barangay officials, etc. up to the top most positions in the Government. This kind of information will make the corruption err, i mean government more transparent.

Well, there goes our tax money, my fellow citizens!

20 March, 2012

Sony Xperia Sola a magical smartphone

So many are so insecure about their phone that they even post what their vehicles are...

Anyway, this is a great innovation. Might be useless to some, but hey we are one step closer to interactive holograms.

Everytime they make something a new, it's always an exceptional and brings a new Innovation. and what more can you ask for? It's an Android PHONE :D

Bye the way, Iphone is for the people who doesn't know anything with a phone except to call, text, play a game, and play a music. While Android Phone is for the people who can brings out the best with their phone.

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