Eraserheads Reunite this August 2008

eraserheads concert 2008Lift your head, baby, don’t be scared / Of the things that could go wrong along the way / You’ll get by with a smile / You can’t win at everything but you can try. Remembering those days with my high school classmates, singing this song in field trips and break time. Since MP3 became part of the trend, I included it to my playlist and regularly play it. I’m glad when I have read Ricky Lo’s write-ups in Philippine Star last Sunday that Eraserheads will have a reunion concert this August. Here’s the article:

Flash: Eraserheads reunite!

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Yes, it’s confirmed: The Eraserheads are reuniting after many years of being apart, not for good but only for one show slated for Aug. 30 at the CCP Open Grounds.

According to the STAR source, all the original members (photo) are performing — Ely Buendia, Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro and Raimund Marasigan.

This piece of good news should make the Eraserheads fans very happy.

Said to be the ‘greatest Pinoy band,’ the Eraserheads will sing all their hit songs, including Alapaap, Toyang and Ang Huling El Bimbo.

Waah! Why only now? I was in the Philippines for more than a month but it’s only now that I’m here in Singapore and they are going to have a concert. I will not be able to see it but I’m still happy for these guys to reunite again for a concert. I hope someone will televise and upload it in any video-sharing websites

SEO Philippines Summer Outing in Batangas

seo philippines outingLaiya beach in Batangas is one of the best place I’ve ever seen. I’m still in Tanzania when SEOph organized this outing and I’m happy to be part of this event. After snorkeling and staying overnight in the beach, Tom give us some tips and tricks about domain parking and how he made thousands of bucks of it.

I would like to thank Mito, Damchel, Almer, Jhona, Dennis, Njoy, Roy, Boyet, Rustom and his family for the support to make this event successful. Hope more activites and fun on the next outing.

Alibata – Ancient Philippine Writing System


Baybayin or Alibata (known in Unicode as the Tagalog script) is a pre-Hispanic Philippine writing system that originated from the Javanese script Old Kawi. The writing system is a member of the Brahmic family (and an offshoot of the Vatteluttu alphabet) and is believed to be in use as early as the 14th century. It continued to be in use during the Spanish colonization of the Philippines up until the late 19th Century. The term baybayin literally means spelling. Closely related scripts are Hanunoo, Buhid, and Tagbanwa.

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