Angry birds met the inspirational and influential Mario

Have you ever wondered what would happen if angry birds was born during the family computer era? Well, lemme give you a little idea on what would have happened.


it's officially the Christmas season

So, according to a friend of mine who I follow on twitter and facebook, it isn't Christmas until the coca-cola truck shows up on television.

I can't seem to find the latest ad on youtube yet. Anyway, here's train's "shake up christmas".


Auto correct may not always sound right

Honestly, I can really relate to the auto correct features of mobile phones and quite frankly, I don't like them either. Good thing my mom doesn't use the sms service, otherwise, I'd go red as a beet if I send a really odd text. *grins*



Chrome Application: Alchemy

This is the first chrome application that I find really neat. It must be that I'm a chemical engineer that I find this application so close to my heart. Here is a snapshot of the application.

Here is a tip: water + air = steam. (You can obtain that by dragging the water icon to the black column, then drag the fire icon and place it on top of the water icon. The result is steam.)

Just click on this link ---> Alchemy.

I hope you'll find this application as much fun with it as I did.


On Steve Jobs

This photo is grabbed from @JimParedes' yfrog account.
If you're in any social media marketing site like Twitter and Facebook, I'm sure your timeline is bombarded with Steve Jobs, his passing away, how he has made an impact to the world with his technology and how he left everyone brokenhearted and sad.

Indeed, Steve Jobs has been an inspiration to everyone, even to those who hasn't followed his career. Whether you know him personally or you're one of those people who are in awe (like me) because of the constant technology evolution from Apple, you will never cease to feel the sadness and aver that the world has lost another great man who has contributed so much to the fast modernization of technology.

Let me just leave a few Steve Jobs quotes, in remembrance and honor of a great man, that literally made sense to me and perhaps to everyone else.
  • "Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life... Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition."
  • "Stay hungry. Stay foolish."
  • "We don't get a chance to do many things, and everyone should be really excellent. Because this is our life."
  • "Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren't used to an environment where excellence is expected."
  • "You left your mark on our desks, on our ears, and in our hands." (from a twitter post)
  • "3 apples changed the world: Adam and Eve's forbidden apple, Newton's apple and finally, Steve Jobs' Apple." (from a twitter post)
  • "The world is immeasurably better because of Steve." (Apple Statement)
Let the great man continuously be an inspiration to everyone for "Steve Jobs was born out of wedlock, put up for adoption at birth, dropped out of college, then changed the world". Indeed we have no excuse to complain and blame the misery to what happened in the past.
Rest in peace, Steve Jobs. The world will surely miss you. #iSad