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Rean here…

Creating music does involve a lot time, effort and skill. You need instruments, software,sound modules and similar equipment.  At the end of the day it’s about capturing modes and putting them together into a beautiful, harmonious sound.   Perhaps it’s time for me to get good Sound Modules  at WWBW or upgrade my music software library. Here we go..

 

 

 

Check out this yahoo article about Acts Manila’s Duyan ng Magiting. Concept, photography, design, and execution of the ad by yours truly.

Read about it here:

http://ph.news.yahoo.com/blogs/the-inbox/pas-deux-god-country-234210666.html?.tsrc=mtk

 

Rean here…

For the past year or so, our daughter has constantly prayed for 2 things: an iPad 3 and a baby sister.  While and iPad 3 may be doable, the latter request is not that easy considering our age.  After 3 pregnancies and 1 miscarriage we’re not about to bring out Cohiba cigars as we consider ourselves already blessed with our two kids.  But I guess we never know what God has around the corner.

Rean here…

It is quite common in the Philippines, particularly in the countryside, to have people building their houses on land that are not legally theirs.  While in urban areas informal settlers are frowned upon and a lot of times forcibly resettled, their rural counterparts may not get as much attention.  We were discussing this with someone last night who was thinking of sending funds to her family to build a house on a lot not theirs. We told her that whatever investment you make on a house might just be gone once the rightful owner claims the land.  Think about all the finishing, flooring, doors, cabinetry with malleable iron handle nuts and the like all gone when the land is claimed.  The most prudent thing to do is to buy an affordable house and lot that you can safely call your own.

 

Rean here…

My mom flew in from Davao last week to be with my kids as they were going to perform in their annual Ballet recital at the CCP main theatre. As usual, grandma brought boxes containing their beloved Pomelo and other treats from our home town.  The thought of opening boxes and packaging makes me think about how to prevent accidents and cuts among kids.  Specifically, how do we implement box cutter safety.  I guess an important way of pursuing this is to instruct and train children in the proper way of using box cutters inorder to prevent accidents.

 

Rean here…

I recently had an embarassing episode with my phone.  I was very much pleased with my Alcatel One Touch as it was fast and had the things I wanted in a phone.  It ran on Android 4.1 Jellybean.  A couple of days ago, I decided to bring it with me in the bathroom.  Before going to the shower, I put in on a rack when the unthinkable happened.  My precious phone when through the racks wire slats and into the toilet bowl.  I could see the battery draining fast because of the shorting that was happening. I immediately grabbed the phone and took out the battery.  When I reinserted the battery, it had an error which was understandable for a device with shorted terminals. After drying I thought my troubles were over only to learn that the phone would hang upon boot up.  Should I exchange my phone with one of those unlocked blackberry cell phones?  Perhaps I should try to get my Alcatel repaired.