PROJECT NAME: Planet Biyo URL: http://www.pinoygalaxy.com SINCE: December 2005
Dr. Josette Biyo won the Intel Excellence in Teaching award in the US, besting over 4,000 candidates from all over the world. She was honored by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory, USA by having a minor planet between Mars and Jupiter named after her.
While I was working on this project, I had to read snippets of Dr. Biyo’s book and I must say, I More >
PROJECT NAME: Enthos URL: http://www.enthos.ph SINCE: September 28, 2005
Enthos is a small organization that facilitates training and nurturing of human resources. They develop training programs for corporate entities. There’s not much I can say about this recent project, but I saw their program kits and I was very interested in the new things I learned from that one reading. You can actually gain insight as to what makes many high profile emerging companies successful and what cuts More >
PROJECT NAME: Shadow Guru’s RODiary URL: http://www.rodiary.com/?shadowguru SINCE: February 25, 2005
This was my second RO Diary, also a personal endeavor like the first, even though this one was related to my job. Unlike the first, which was based on my personal Ragnarok Online account’s in-game characters, this one was based on my GM (Game Master) character Sora. GM Sora was known originally as GM Soraneko in Sakray Server, More >
PROJECT NAME: H-Angels RODiary URL: http://www.rodiary.com/?h-angels SINCE: April 21, 2004
I suppose I should thank my addiction to Ragnarok Online for the chance to work for Level Up! Inc., the official licensee of Ragnarok Online in the Philippines. It was because of my addiction to the game, and a Hentai Neko fan’s friendship, that got me picked for the first batch of official bug testers. After that bug testing episode, I later applied for More >
PROJECT NAME: Swity Family URL: http://swityfamily.port5.com SINCE: September, 2003
The Siasoco – Oblego Nuptial site. Ooh, this was another fun site I had to make. The second wedding website among my list of projects. This was actually a wedding gift to Mark and Tet Siasoco, who got married on my mother’s birthday (September 27, 2003).
They’re really such a cute and mushy couple. You’ll see mush all over the site, but it’s the kind that makes you go, “Aw!” More >