June 29th, 2016

11 Years Ago… Where It All Began

Armed with basic HTML/JavaScript and PHP, I launched my very first blog back in college (June 29, 2005). I had zero MySQL knowledge at the time so I had to be creative — comments were stored in local TXT files. And as they say, the rest was history. My blog was originally called “Konsento’s Dimension” […]

August 20th, 2013


Does the picture remind you of your high school or college exams where you’re asked to enumerate a set of answers? I’ve always had a love-and-hate relationships with these types of exams… however I do find them challenging, even more than those math problems. I was talking to a high school friend earlier today and […]

November 20th, 2012

20, November

The 20th of November is something that I have always “observed” as a special day. It’s not an anniversary of some sort, but if you have guessed it right – 20, November is a song in the game Dance Dance Revolution (DDR). I still don’t know where Konami got the title of the song, but […]

April 17th, 2012

Tamagotchi: Pixel Friend

I am still reaching out to my inner child. Does anyone still remember the famous Tamagotchi? It’s one of the most popular toys that were released in the mid-90’s by the Japanese toy maker Bandai. It’s a handheld digital pet housed in an egg-shaped computer. Similar to The Sims, users can control the pet by […]

February 27th, 2012

Getting Back with Daria

After I’ve written (and ranted) about how MTV has changed its direction, it reminded me how I missed watching one of the cartoon series that was produced by the channel called “Daria”. Anyone still familiar with this? At first I thought it was pretty weird of MTV to broadcast cartoon series, considering I primarily watch […]

January 9th, 2012

Edsamail Days

Photo Credit: Out of Context – Condensed Finally, something to write after a very busy weekend! I was talking to a long-time friend this afternoon until we came to the days when we first met – during the Edsamail era! While we were talking about it, memories of my early high school years flashed before […]