I’m trying to learn how to create a level in a wonderful game called “Little Big Planet” (Playstation 3), so I’ll be collecting here (over time) a bunch of resources you can turn to once you get bitten by the LBP creative bug…
Archives for June 2009
Michael Jackson – 50 Years
It’s all over the internet and Philippine AM radios. Michael Jackson passed away last June 25, 2009 at the age of 50. And each time that bit of news is mentioned, people from my generation pause and say whatever it is they want to say, while trying to look calm and all.
Relax With Super Slow-Mo
There’s something quite relaxing about staring at fish in an aquarium. It’s like viewing life, at times, in slow motion. But what if you could slow things down even more? What if you could see life in super slow motion?
Lola Techie, Lola Ubiquity
Have you seen the latest Bayan DSL commercial about Lola Techie? It shows a pleasant (yet strict-looking) lola (or grandmother) communicating with her grandson JR via webcam. And what’s even more amazing, is the approach that Bayan DSL is taking in terms of marketing on the internet…
Google Cash Detective 2
Don’t look now but Chris Carpenter is (for a limited time) offering a free service that will help you make money online. Google Cash Detective 2 gives you free access to a searchable database of keywords that shows you how many times something was searched for in a month, plus what the average cost per click (CPC) was.
So, how exactly can this make you fast cash?
Hotel Room Yoga with Tara Stiles
Sometimes, you find yourself too busy with your career that you no longer have time for exercise. You tend to focus too much on just making money, that you end up forgetting about your health. But what if, in the middle of your hectic schedule, when you find yourself madly shuttling back and forth between an airport and a hotel room, you actually find a few minutes for yoga?
OJT Careers and Jobs in the Philippines
I see OJT’s (on the job training) every now and then, when I walk along the corridors from one department to another in the office. They’re still in college, but they need to earn some credits by spending a certain number of hours in a corporate environment.
The first time I saw them in the office, I wondered how they got assigned to the company I work for. Is there some kind of placement office?
Well, there’s an online resource called OJTCareers.com where you can submit your resume and application letters…