#AwayWeHappened

Jun 27, 2012

Away We Happened

This web series is been a while now but for you who haven't checked it out yet you can still catch up with the episodes.  The finale will be on the 28th of June, that's tomorrow.  It's produced by AT&T and Wong Fu Productions.


"Away We Happened" is a new and unique web series where you help decide what happens! Wong Fu Productions (Wes, Ted, and Phil) has teamed up with AT&T and their friends Victor Kim and Jen FrmHeadToToe for this one of a kind project!


There's a lot of amazing guests like independent music artists Paul Dateh and David Choi.  Jeremy Lin also makes his appearance in one of the episodes.

Also, you can participate by watching, submitting your own sequel or vote on your favorite and help decide where the story will go.  The episodes after the jump.



Wander

Jun 23, 2012

"Not all those who wander are lost."

What is Wander?  I have no idea but the beautifully designed startup website draws users to register to find out more.  So I did, yet there's still a large big chunk of the puzzle missing.  If you haven't registered yet, you'll see this on the site's front page.



Sustainability

Jun 17, 2012

The following post is my entry to the #NokiaSustainabilityChallenge in my desperate move the hopes to win a Nokia 808 PureView.

Day 1:  Walk




I make daily deliveries of cakes and pastries to a local hospital here on Tuesdays through Saturday.  To save on fuel and as a means of exercise, I leave the car in our favorite parking area and walk back home.  The above video is a record of some of my walk/run sessions.

Day 2:  Disconnect




We have a new rule at home running for the past two weeks already.  During weekdays, our internet connection, router, PCs and PS3 are not to be used in the morning.  We get to only to use the devices at 1PM to 11PM.  It was quite an adjustment.  Online we siblings hack and shoot zombies or play Team Deathmatch on Modern Warfare 3 but this time, music jam!



Weddings

Jun 2, 2012

Randy & Mercy Wedding

It's a blessing to see a lot of friends getting married this year.  For starters, wedding websites and invitations are not really my forte but I took one project over the summer.  I guess there is always a first time for everything and it's great to see the outcome of the project which is still on-going by the way.

Wedding Website


It has come to my attention that wedding websites are now part of the trend when planning a wedding.  With the help of social media it is now very easy inform everyone about the details and to keep everyone in the loop.  The article from Mashable, "7 Reasons Why You Need a Wedding Website" should give you an idea.

There's a lot of free online wedding platforms but I used Blogger instead and bought a domain.  I used the Blogger version of Memoir which was originally a WordPress theme from Elegant Themes.  The main reason I chose Blogger is that freedom to heavily customize the template to your liking.  You can view Randy & Mercy's wedding website here.