Monday, March 31, 2014

Items For SALE!



Universal Clip Lense

includes macro, wide and fish eye


sample fish eye shot!

available in 2 colors (white and black)
Powerbanks!


22, 000 mah! with free USB cable for charging and different mobile ports!

12, 000 mah
Bluetooth Speakers

This Portable Bluetooth Speaker can play music from micro SD card or from PC, laptop, tablet, iPad, iPhone, android phone, cellphone mp3 player and any device with a 3.5mm jack or bluetooth connectivity.

One GREAT feature for this bluetooth speaker is you can take hands-free call via bluetooth when you are not allowed to take call by your hands, for example when you are driving or you just want have a conference call within your area.

Another sweet feature is it comes with a hanging hook, which you can use to hang it on your backpack, belt, or anywhere you fell convenient. Good companion for hiking, climbing, river trekking, riding, fishing and any other outdoor activities. 

available colors
Features:

-Play music via bluetooth
-Play music from TF-card
-AUX line in support, play music from tablet, PC, laptop, iPad, mobile phone and other 3.5mm jack compatible devices
-Take hands-free call via bluetooth connection
-Convenient hanging hook
-Unique designed mini digital audio speaker
-Built in card reader, support downloading music to its TF-card from computer via USB cable
-Round shape design, big and clear button, easy to operate when you are doing something else
-High bitrate decoder for APE/FLAC/WAV/WMA/MP3



Other Specs:

Built-in Battery: 600mAh, 1.5 - 2 hours charging time, 4 hours playing time for medium volume setting
File Format: APE/FLAC/WAV/WMA/MP3
Storage: supporting up to 32G micro SD card (TF card)
USB Version: USB 2.0, compatible with USB 1.1
Bluetooth Version: Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
Weight: 200g
Size: 77.5×85×46mm

Package Includes:

1× Portable Bluetooth Speaker with Hanging Hook
1× USB Charging Cable
1× Audio Cable
1× Hanging Hook
1× User Manual


You can PM me at LeoKevinMendiola(at)gmail(dot)com for details on how to order and prices :)


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Thursday, March 27, 2014

POV: Discounted Stay at Hotel Victoria!

Victoria Court is reinventing the discount card and came up with a new, cool, hip and faster way for the guest to enjoy the Black and Pink card benefits. The discounts now come with the Victoria Court Sticker. As long as you have the Victoria Court sticker at the rear window of your car, you can enjoy up to 20% discount on all rooms and 10% discount on food and beverage items. If you plan to stay for twelve (12) and twenty four (24) hours, you are entitled to a 5% discount too.

Just drive and check-in at any Victoria Court Branch to get your free sticker and feel the distinction.

A hotel with a mysterious-looking lady in a hush-up motion, in a black background is Victoria Court. They will offer you awesome thematic rooms, world class service, sumptuous award winning dishes and 100% privacy guaranteed.

To know more about Victoria Court, you can visit their website at http://victoriacourt.biz/ 

It's time for you to feel the distinction!


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Monday, March 24, 2014

NEWS: Paano #PINASmile: ABS-CBN's Summer Station ID 2014 Teaser and Official Video

Ready ka na ba sa SUMMER 2014?




ABS-CBN's Summer Station ID 2014 Teaser



ABS-CBN's Summer Station ID 2014


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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

POV: New ME - a Personal Safari Experience


Been into a digital world hiatus for a couple of days and it feels so good. My company sent me into a two (2) day training entitled "Personal Safari - Recovering the Self" together with other members from different locales. We're the 4th batch out of 15. I'm very lucky to be part of a company which allocate training hours not only related to work areas but also with personal growth and development.



I will not share to you the journey I have been through but I just want to share to you the result of one of the activities we've done. The facilitator asked us to make a Tanaga. Tanaga is a type of Filipino poem, consisting of four lines with seven syllables each with the same rhyme at the end of each line --- that is to say a 7-7-7-7 Syllabic verse, with an AABB, AAAA, ABAB rhyme scheme. After creating a Tanaga regarding our whole experience, the facilitator asked us to grouped into eight (8) members each and share the poems among ourselves. After that, he instructed us to choose one (1) word from it and make a new Tanaga out of the words we encircled. After making the Tanaga, we're very surprised when the facilitator connect each Tanaga making a full blown three (3) stanza poem. I was really surprised, thrilled and in awe. Here's our "batch" poem.

Paglaya't Makakain, Tungo sa Bagong Sarili
PSRSW - Batch IV

Nangarap sa buhay ko
Nagtiwala sa puso
Minahal ang sarili
Humantong sa pagwagi

Pag-asa Mo ay gabay
Sarili ay tibayin
Mga aral sa buhay
Mga likha, manalangin

Nakinig siya kahapon
Damahin ang pag-asa
Tiwala sa paglaya
Namaulat sa'yo, Panginoon.



The journey we've experienced was beyond words to describe!

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Friday, March 14, 2014

POV: Earth Hour 2014: Your Power - Amplified. Multiplied. Globalised.

Earth Hour is the largest movement for the planet in human history, spanning 7,000 cities, 152 countries with a digital reach of 200 million.  Earth Hour is much, much more than a symbolic action of switching off lights for an hour; it’s a continuous movement driving actions, big and small, that are changing the world we live in. - http://www.earthhour.org


It's Earth Hour once again and I would like to share to you some ways on how to make this experience Fun and Memorable! Let's have fun in the DARK!

  1. Invite your friends over for a candlelit dinner.
  2. Get those board games out and have some fun seeing how easily you can swap your scrabble counters in the dark!
  3. Go for a walk. Lie down. Look up. In all of that which you'll then see, we only have the thing you're lying on to call home. Cherish it. 
  4. Do something "crafty" by candlelight: paint, mould, stick, knit, quilt, or paint...
  5. Got kids? Get out the camping gear! Set up a tent and tell fantastical stories of a time when the earth had no artificial lights and strange things went more than just BUMP! in the dark..
  6. ....or plan a few harmless April Fool's Day pranks in advance.
  7. Play a real game of hide & seek. Now there's a challenge doing it in the dark!
  8. Take a nap - it's been a hard day and no-one will notice.
  9. Hey - since your lights are off, it would seem like the perfect time to change any old bulbs for a few new energy saving ones? No?
  10. Why not eat all the ice-cream that's sitting in your freezer? If you've turned your appliances off as well as your lights for Earth Hour, then it's going to melt anyway! (How good is that for an excuse?!)
Shut off all your lights (this is the basic way to celebrate) and when I say shut off, it means unplugged it.



Official Video for EARTH HOUR 2014


Earth Hour will be on March 29, 2014, Saturday, 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm local time.


Let's PARTICIPATE!

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Saturday, March 8, 2014

FLASH MOB: Filipino Women Sing: Bread and Roses!

March 8, 2014 marks the International Women's Day. 

In the Philippines, a group of women rights advocate conducted a Flashmob at exactly 12 noon at Landmark Food Court, Trinoma, Quezon City with a message of "No To Corporate Occupation of OUR Land! No To Occupation of OUR Bodies!"

Photo Credits: Viola Torres


Over 200 Women and supporting men sung Bread and Roses which was followed by a song entitled Babae which was popularized by Inang Laya, a Filipino artist. Some of the participants dressed as fast food workers to blend in with the crowd. Towards the end the song, participants removed their costumes revealing a pink shirt with prints saying "Stop Corporate Land-grabbing!"


Photo Credits: Clydie Pasia


This action is a protest of women against Ayala and other corporations that displace and threaten urban poor communities, a children's hospital, a seedlings bank in Quezon City, as well as farming and indigenous communities defending their lands and now public lands in disaster areas. It is a protest against privatization of public services, too, and the continuing threat against the Reproductive Health Law.



Below is the official press statement of participating organizations:

Press Statement
08 March 2014


No to Corporate Occupation of our Land!
No to Occupation of our Bodies!

Bread and Roses.  Today, International Women’s Day, we continue to demand an end to poverty and landlessness.  We continue to demand for reproductive rights and an end to violence against women.  We mark again another year to celebrate the joys and triumphs of women all over the world. While we rejoice on our accomplishments, this time also obliges us to be more vigilant and more courageous, for we have been witnessing the displacement of urban poor communities, of a children’s hospital, a seedlings bank, the intensification of harassment and intimidation of farming and indigenous communities defending their lands and now the occupation of public lands in disaster areas.  Up to this day, the Reproductive Health Law that was passed after fourteen years of struggle continues to face fierce opposition by the Catholic hierarchy and their fundamentalist allies who have raised objections before our  Supreme Court. 

If the recent accounts of human rights violation in the demolition of an urban poor community in North Triangle, Quezon City is not enough to describe atrocities of public land-grabbing by corporations, what more demonstration must be presented? Displacement of indigenous peoples for commercial grazing and logging? Demolition of fishing communities for beach resorts? In the last 5 days, around 300 farmers have been travelling from Central Luzon and Southern Tagalog to the national capital demanding a stop to land-grabbing and for the government to fully implement agrarian reform.

We urge the government and other influential peoples and institutions to stop privatization of public lands which has done nothing but aggravate women’s oppression. Many accounts of private business intrusions in our forests, foreshore, and public land areas have resulted to numerous accounts of human rights violations, displacements of families and communities, resource conflicts, loss of autonomy, and environmental degradation. Underneath all these atrocities is the truth that women suffer far worse than their male counterparts. Women are easy targets of violence and harassments by government and private security personnel involved in land acquisitions because of the perception that they are weak. Even in the “consultation process” of public land acquisitions, women’s opinions are neglected if not outrightly disregarded. When public lands are turned over to corporations, women and their families are displaced and become deprived of food sources and livelihood. Mothers are left with very limited income opportunities to support their family needs, and young women and girls are rendered vulnerable to human trafficking, prostitution and sexual violence. 

It seems that until now, the current administration turns a blind eye to the fact that these corporate land-grabbers have actually intensified the catastrophe and impact caused by Typhoon Yolanda in ithe Visayas region. Large reclamations, conversion of foreshores into eco-tourist resorts and fishponds, logging concessions, and mining—all these contributed to the destruction of coastal and inland resources of some provinces affected by Yolanda. To date, 3.5 million women and girls of child-bearing age in the affected areas are exposed to threats of human trafficking, prostitution, domestic violence, discrimination, and other risks and vulnerabilities caused by the disaster. But once again, the government betrays us to the business sector. The government, at this very moment, is facilitating “disaster capitalism” in the rehabilitation and recovery of Yolanda-stricken areas. 

Women call on the government to fulfill its obligation to its citizens. Give us peace, equity, equality, and opportunities! Give us bread and give us roses! 

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Alliance of Progressive Labor-SENTRO • Bagong Kamalayan • Batis-AWARE • Buklod •  CATW-AP • Center for Migrant Advocacy (CMA) • Development Action for Women Network • Filipino Deaf Women Health and Crisis Center (FDWHCC) • Focus on the Global South •  Free Burma Coalition • Freedom from Debt Coalition • Initiatives for International Dialogue • Kababaihan-Pilipinas • KAISA-KA • KAMP • Kasibulan • Legal Rights and Natural Resources Center (LRC-KsK/Friends of the Earth-Phils) • LILAK (Purple Action for Women’s Rights) • Partido Lakas ng Masa (PLM) • Partido ng Manggagawa • PAHRA • Piglas Kababaihan • Pambansang Koalisyon ng Kababaihan sa Kanayunan (PKKK) • SARILAYA • Transform Asia • WomanHealth Phils. • Women’s Legal and Human Rights Bureau • Welga ng Kababaihan • Women’s Crisis Center • Youth and Students Advancing Gender Equality (YSAGE) • World March of Women – Pilipinas • numerous courageous individuals
  


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Saturday, March 1, 2014

EVENTS: #ArtFairPH - Art Fair Philippines

February 22, 2014 - Saturday
Makati, Philippines



I didn't intend to spend much time outside my room as I have a scheduled running event the following day. But since I saw some people posting in their Instagram and Twitter accounts about #ArtFairPH, it made a buzz on me. The artist side of my brain got aroused so I decided to check it out.

The very COLORFUL ticket!


Below are some of the art works I captured with my BB Torch 9810.

A Patch of Landscape by J. Elizalde Navarro

Bruto Mundo Rosso by J. Elizalde Navarro

Simon Carrying the Cross by J. Elizalde Navarro

The RED Kimono, Tokyo by J. Elizalde Navarro

High Over Nagano by J. Elizalde Navarro

an art installtion made our of cupcakes, macaroons, and time pieces from SWATCH.


Pidge Reyes' My Garden Angel

Liongoren Gallery




Battled Joined by Daniel Dela Cruz

Which Way Do I Go by Daniel Dela Cruz

Eugenia Alcalde's Cradle collection

Unnatural History: Ang totoong Alamat ng Pilipinas by Alwin Reamillo

The Hits Kept Coming Since He Was A Baby - Kurt Lluch



Paseo Art Gallery



Pong On Earth by Louie Cordero

Nino + Nina by Virgilio Aviado

Piove (rain) by Impy Pilapil 




Nude Study - BenCab



Here are my personal favorites:


Disposable Anting Anting by Noell El Farol 

by Ferdinand Cacnio - 2014

Gene Paul Martin's SLEEP WALKER 

Crossover by Ferdinand Montemayor

Challenging Gravity by Ross Jaylo


Las Damas Romanas Intervencion - Ronson Culibrina

Kenneth Cobonpue's First Light, First Village, First Life

A piece of WAITING FOR HOME by Marina Cruz

In front of Marina Cruz's ART WORK.

Can't help myself to take a selfie with this skeletonized leaves on fabric.


The event ran from Feb. 20-23 with a special VIP preview last Feb. 19. It was held at the 6th and 7th levels of The Link car park. Only on its second year, Art Fair Philippines bills itself as the premier platform for exhibiting and selling the best in modern and contemporary visual art. The 2014 staging featured 28 galleries and 7 solo exhibitions.

Related Article: 13 Artists Awards 2012!

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