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Love in the Time of Calories

January 30th, 2011 No comments
Love is something between everything and nothing, which is perhaps the reason why it takes some people a lifetime before they realize that it has been there all along. Some others simply look in all...

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Miguel & Tisha

January 28th, 2011 No comments

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Gov.Miguel Rene Dominguez

Maria Patricia Ang

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Women Studies

January 28th, 2011 No comments
The night was young and I was hungry. I went to the usual place where I take my dinner—it's a brief walk from where I live and the price of every meal meets my daily budget so long as I refuse to eat...

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Trust

January 27th, 2011 No comments
Riding the bus is the next best thing to nothing whenever I travel from Quezon City to Laguna. On many occasions, if not most, the traffic is heavy, especially along EDSA and just before South Luzon...

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Skater Boi

January 25th, 2011 No comments
Well...Ice skater. I always see and wanted to try the rinks in either SM MOA or Megamall.
Pig purbaran ko kasubago, masakit sa katawan....kakabagsak. I guess that's part of learning, eh.
It was my first time and I was horrible the first hour but I did manage to glide in the next.
Yun lang nga may mga kataid na araki na mas magaling..kakasupog. ahehe. And when I fall, I keep cursing, horrible. Note to self...I shouldn't be around kids when I'm skating. ahehe
I'm just gliding around...it was kinda fun. I know the macho mindset of the
Pinoy's think it's girly but to hell with that, it's really an experience you gotta try...with friends. It's loads of fun.
It's not that expensive anyway, around 500 pesos for the entire thing, equipment rental and admission.
Sana meron din sa Naga kuta something new to do. It's like paintball, it hurts but it's a hell of a lot of fun with friends.
Next stop...winter games.bwahaha
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Skater Boi

January 25th, 2011 No comments
Well...Ice skater. I always see and wanted to try the rinks in either SM MOA or Megamall.
Pig purbaran ko kasubago, masakit sa katawan....kakabagsak. I guess that's part of learning, eh.
It was my first time and I was horrible the first hour but I did manage to glide in the next.
Yun lang nga may mga kataid na araki na mas magaling..kakasupog. ahehe. And when I fall, I keep cursing, horrible. Note to self...I shouldn't be around kids when I'm skating. ahehe
I'm just gliding around...it was kinda fun. I know the macho mindset of the
Pinoy's think it's girly but to hell with that, it's really an experience you gotta try...with friends. It's loads of fun.
It's not that expensive anyway, around 500 pesos for the entire thing, equipment rental and admission.
Sana meron din sa Naga kuta something new to do. It's like paintball, it hurts but it's a hell of a lot of fun with friends.
Next stop...winter games.bwahaha
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Annual Leave

January 21st, 2011 No comments

My boss told me to book my holiday for the year. Syempre ang ngisi abot kung sain ta primerong paid holiday ko. So yeah, maybe it's not really holiday, holiday. It's just annual leave.
I still have time to kill eh... around 3 weeks cause I didn't take any last year...so yehey.
San kaya ako pupunta. Gusto ko ganito ang view., kaso mahal daw...ahehe. Sa Luzon lang ang nasa picture pero it is quite hidden. Pero I feel like I know it really, really well. bwahaha
Mag train/bus ride kaya kung saan na lang. Just to explore.
It's a no for CWC for me. No malls. I heard may lakes (parang great lakes...di ung parang sa Buhi na puro Tilapia... just around here, 'sang bus/plane/train lang. I heard Anawangin is nice.
What to do? My plan for now...just get out, get lost.
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Annual Leave

January 21st, 2011 No comments
My boss told me to book my holiday for the year. Syempre ang ngisi abot kung sain ta primerong paid holiday ko. So yeah, maybe it's not really holiday, holiday. It's just annual leave.I still have time to kill eh... around 3 weeks cause I didn't take any last year...so yehey.San kaya ako pupunta. Gusto ko ganito ang view., kaso mahal daw...ahehe. Sa Luzon lang ang nasa picture pero it is quite hidden. Pero I feel like I know it really, really well. bwahahaMag train/bus ride kaya kung saan na lang. Just to explore.It's a no for CWC for me. No malls. I heard may lakes (parang great lakes...di ung parang sa Buhi na puro Tilapia... just around here, 'sang bus/plane/train lang. I heard Anawangin is nice.What to do? My plan for now...just get out, get lost.
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The UNC Students Extra Drive Storage System “EDriveKo”

January 20th, 2011 No comments


Background


The UNC Students Extra Drive Storage System “EDriveKo” is a centralized file storage system designed for UNC students and faculty members. The Idea of “EDriveKo” is to secure the students data on a centralized file storage system and can easily see the file present on the other workstation, providing authorization to do so. It saves the time which is wasted in copying a file from one system to another, by using a storage device. In addition to that, students/users can access or update their information/file stored in a virtual drive, making it up-to-date and accurate.

The “EDriveKo” is a File sharing over local area networks (LANs) technology. Over 20 years ago, personal computer users realized the benefits of abandoning "sneakernet" by connecting individual computers into a network. This allowed more efficient file sharing and project collaboration for members of a workgroup who were only a cable length away, typically in the same room or building.

“EDriveKo” is not only limited to students, faculty members can also apply for this account if they want to manage and set the schedules of submission of their students e-projects by setting its account access time and date. Also, the said services will be available and accessible by the users from the time they applied until the last day of their stay in the University.
This new innovation is a solution to following problems encountered by the students and faculty members in their file management within the Computer Laboratory and as follows:

1. Organized File and Projects of the students for easy checking and evaluation of the teachers
2. Scheduled time submission of projects and exercises to minimize the “copy-paste” attitude or copying others worked.
3. Minimized or even eliminate the virus propagation within the laboratory due to the use of infected flash drives.
4. Fast and easy retrieval of files and data


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The UNC Students Extra Drive Storage System “EDriveKo”

January 20th, 2011 No comments
BackgroundThe UNC Students Extra Drive Storage System “EDriveKo” is a centralized file storage system designed for UNC students and faculty members. The Idea of “EDriveKo” is to secure the students data on a centralized file storage system and can easily see the file present on the other workstation, providing authorization to do so. It saves the time which is wasted in copying a file from one system to another, by using a storage device. In addition to that, students/users can access or update their information/file stored in a virtual drive, making it up-to-date and accurate.The “EDriveKo” is a File sharing over local area networks (LANs) technology that has become an integral part of enterprise computing. Over 20 years ago, personal computer users realized the benefits of abandoning "sneakernet" by connecting individual computers into a network. This allowed more efficient file sharing and project collaboration for members of a workgroup who were only a cable length away, typically in the same room or building.“EDriveKo” is not only limited to students, faculty members can also apply for this account if they want to manage and set the schedules of submission of their students e-projects by setting its account access time and date. Also, the said services will be available and accessible by the users from the time they applied until the last day of their stay in the University.This new innovation is a solution to following problems encountered by the students and faculty members in their file management within the Computer Laboratory and as follows:1. Organized File and Projects of the students for easy checking and evaluation of the teachers2. Scheduled time submission of projects and exercises to minimize the “copy-paste” attitude or copying others worked.3. Minimized or even eliminate the virus propagation within the laboratory due to the use of infected flash drives.4. Fast and easy retrieval of files and dataWHODUNNIT 2011Approved Success Stories
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January 19th, 2011 No comments

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The Beauty of It

January 17th, 2011 No comments
She was perfect, or close to being one. Or she thought she was, one or the other, until she lost sight of what she once was the day she began to want more of everything. The prospect of perfection...

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Rikard & Charmaine

January 17th, 2011 No comments

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Rikard Elfving

Charmaine Cu-Unijeng

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AdNU to hold conference on film, culture

January 9th, 2011 No comments


WITH THE prime aspiration of instigating a culture of filmmaking in Bicol, the Ateneo de Naga University Department of Media Studies and the Media Studies Society are holding the 2nd Bicol Conference on Communication and Media Studies on January 1 to February 2, 2011. With the title-theme “Pelikula@Kultura”, the conference is aimed at stirring the Bikolano students and enthusiasts to see the various images, artifacts and traditions and thereafter reflect on the possibilities of translating these riches into information transfer, expressions or advocacies through the art of film.

The conference will feature a list of lectures on the various essential aspects of film. The roster of lecturers is topped by the keynote speaker, Dr. Miguel Q. Rapatan, chair of the National Committee on Cinema of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts. Other lecturers are Prof. Tito Genova Valiente of AdNU (Film as Cultural Memory), Dr. Roland Tolentino, Dean of UP College of Mass Communication (Film Semiotics), Dr. Alvin B. Yapan, writer-filmmaker, and a faculty member of Ateneo de Manila University (Panitikan at Pamemelikula); Mr. Jerry B. Gracio, poet-screenwriter (Mga Tunguhin at Hamon ng Kontemporanyong Screenwriting); and Mr. Jim Libiran, filmmaker and journalist (Guerilla Filmmaking).

Screening of noted independent films will highlight the conference. Veronica Velasco’s Last Supper No.3 will be shown on January 31, Alvin Yapan’s Gayuma is scheduled to be shown on February 1, and Jim Libiran’s Happyland will be featured on February 2. Velasco’s Last Supper No.3 is humorous presentation of the rather meandering route of the Philippines’ legal system for someone who wants justice. Yapan’s Gayuma, noted for its being the first-ever full-length feature film in the Bikol language, is a remarkable love story that transcends social class, religious and superstitious beliefs, and urban rural prejudices. Libiran’s Happyland brings the viewers into the labyrinthine Tondo, among the legendary barefooted football players at the heart of their dreams and desires.

For inquiries and other details, please contact the Department of Media Studies of Ateneo de Naga University at (054)4738447 local 2022, look for Vic Nierva; or inquire through text messages at 09293371588.
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AdNU to hold conference on film, culture

January 9th, 2011 No comments
WITH THE prime aspiration of instigating a culture of filmmaking in Bicol, the Ateneo de Naga University Department of Media Studies and the Media Studies Society are holding the 2nd Bicol Conference on Communication and Media Studies on January 1 to February 2, 2011. With the title-theme “Pelikula@Kultura”, the conference is aimed at stirring the Bikolano students and enthusiasts to see the various images, artifacts and traditions and thereafter reflect on the possibilities of translating these riches into information transfer, expressions or advocacies through the art of film.The conference will feature a list of lectures on the various essential aspects of film. The roster of lecturers is topped by the keynote speaker, Dr. Miguel Q. Rapatan, chair of the National Committee on Cinema of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts. Other lecturers are Prof. Tito Genova Valiente of AdNU (Film as Cultural Memory), Dr. Roland Tolentino, Dean of UP College of Mass Communication (Film Semiotics), Dr. Alvin B. Yapan, writer-filmmaker, and a faculty member of Ateneo de Manila University (Panitikan at Pamemelikula); Mr. Jerry B. Gracio, poet-screenwriter (Mga Tunguhin at Hamon ng Kontemporanyong Screenwriting); and Mr. Jim Libiran, filmmaker and journalist (Guerilla Filmmaking).Screening of noted independent films will highlight the conference. Veronica Velasco’s Last Supper No.3 will be shown on January 31, Alvin Yapan’s Gayuma is scheduled to be shown on February 1, and Jim Libiran’s Happyland will be featured on February 2. Velasco’s Last Supper No.3 is humorous presentation of the rather meandering route of the Philippines’ legal system for someone who wants justice. Yapan’s Gayuma, noted for its being the first-ever full-length feature film in the Bikol language, is a remarkable love story that transcends social class, religious and superstitious beliefs, and urban rural prejudices. Libiran’s Happyland brings the viewers into the labyrinthine Tondo, among the legendary barefooted football players at the heart of their dreams and desires.For inquiries and other details, please contact the Department of Media Studies of Ateneo de Naga University at (054)4738447 local 2022, look for Vic Nierva; or inquire through text messages at 09293371588.
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