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Halalan 2010 – First Automated National Elections in the Philippines

May 10th, 2010

I just finished voting in the Halalan 2010 – the First Automated National Elections in the Philippines.  It was an exciting experience for me as a Filipino, although as a programmer and a techie guy, I do have some apprehensions.
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Author: Cyril Pauya Categories: Politics Tags: , ,

Back from slumber.

July 9th, 2009

Hi.  It’s been a long time since I have updated my blog and a lot has happened since.  Here’s for a quick post:

  • I have switched operating systems from Microsoft Windows XP with SP3 to Ubuntu Jaunty 9.04.  Why?  It’s FREE, it’s open source, it has very minimal threat with viruses and other malicious software, it’s very configurable, and it now supports dual-monitor seamlessly. :D
  • I have uploaded the beta version of myListBoard.com – it’s a website that allows you to create a list and share it with others.  A lot of features are planned but I just can’t find the time to continue development nowadays.
  • I have moved back to Midsayap, Cotabato, my dear hometown; where water is out every 5:30am to 10:00am and from 3:00pm to 6:00pm; where electrical black-outs happen almost daily; and where my friends and family are close.
  • I have also resumed from being on-leave for 5 months at Notre Dame of Midsayap College – the first Notre Dame school in Asia!  If you can’t access the link, then you know it’s black-out in our area again.  (we hope to fix this black-out problem soon)

Keep posted for many new updates. :)

    Author: Cyril Pauya Categories: General Tags: , , ,