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Current Obsessions

I want to mix my obsession with Information Design with my report on Cyberpiracy. I’m just not that good. So far I’m plugging pictures from Google and plugging it into Powerpoint. Trite. Retentionless. Powerpoint is the default presentation tool for everyone. The problem I’ve always had with it is that its presentation is tasteless. A … Continue reading

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Piracy

Pirated movie vendors in the country sprouted with the introduction of cheap CD’s then DVD’s. With the price of genuine products above most people’s pay grade(if any) violating international intellectual property laws is the only practical way of watching lame ass movies. Even when those lame ass movies are filmed by even lamer cameras. Mostly … Continue reading

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Nestle Short Films

The Nestle short film anthology is the most mindfucking product placement I have ever seen. The series, shown to the public in select SM cinemas features Nestle’s presence in the country for over a bazillion years. Featuring big name stars and (presumably) indie film directors the collection presents one of the finest editing in Philippine … Continue reading

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Rant Rant Rant

Our English teacher walked out of us today. Considering our concept of studying means breezing I’d probably have a hissy fit too. Encyclopedia Dramatica, online repository of all things /b/ is dead. The assholes of the internet have migrated and rebuilding the city from scratch. Oh Internet is the ressurected version of ED. Doesn’t however … Continue reading

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The Brothers Peverell

In the Harry Potter Universe the Brothers Peverell held powerful artifacts. Antioch Peverell held the Elder Wand. Cadmus the Resurrection Stone. Ignotus held the most powerful Invisibility Cloak(the inivisiblity cloak used by Harry throughout the series). In the meta-story “The Three Brothers”, the brothers acquired the artifacts when they evaded Death’s trap. Death being cunning … Continue reading

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Famous Hackers

The intrusion caused NASA to shut down its computers for three weeks that July, costing $41,000 to check and fix its systems. James died on May 18, 2008 of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. There was one hacker who was just 15 years old when he hacked into NASA and governemnt facilities that died of “self-inflicted” … Continue reading

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Java Arrays

So I’m blogging because I’m trying to learn arrays. So as far as I can understand arrays are lists. Now as to how a user can generate a list as opposed to having one preconfigured I don’t know. Apparently we’re supposed to use JOptionPane and input numbers form 1 – 99. The output is to … Continue reading