Showing posts from September, 2007

ALONES - Aqua Timez

Hearing Karlo humming this song every lunch time. This is an openning song in Bleach. Lyrics: oreta awai tsubasa kimi wa sukoshi aosugiru sora ni tsukareta dake sa mou dareka no tame janakute jibun no tame ni waratte ii yo izentoshite shinobiyoru kodoku uchigawa ni tomoru rousoku nigiwau PAATI gouka na SHANDERIA to wa urahara ni tarinai kotoba no kubomi o nande umetaraiin darou mou wakaranai ya.. semete yume no naka de jiyuu ni oyoge tara anna sora mo ira nai noni kinou made no koto o nuritsubusa naku te mo ashita ni mukaeru noni oreta awai tsubasa kimi wa sukoshi aosugiru sora ni tsukareta dake sa mou dareka no tame janakute jibun no tame ni waratte ii yo Kanji 折れた淡い翼 キミは少し青すぎる空に疲れただけさ もう誰かの為じゃなくて 自分の為に笑っていいよ 依然として忍び寄る孤独 内側に灯るロウソク 賑わうパーティ 豪華なシャンデリアとは裏腹に  足りない言葉の窪みを 何で埋めたらいいんだろう  もうわからないや・・ せめて夢の中で 自由に泳げたら あんな空もいらないのに 昨日までのことを 塗りつぶさなくても 明日に向かえるのに  折れた淡い翼 キミは少し青すぎる空に疲れただけさ もう誰かの為じゃなくて 自分の為に笑っていいよ

Beautiful Girls

It had been a while since I kept listening to the songs of Sean Kingston and Jojo of Beautiful Girls. It is a good pair of songs. :p Here are the lyrics: Beautiful Girls by Sean Kingston Chorus: You're way too beautiful girl That's why it'll never work You'll have me suicidal, suicidal When you say it's over Damn all these beautiful girls They only wanna do your dirt They'll have you suicidal, suicidal When they say it's over Verse 1: See it started at the park Used to chill at the dark Oh when you took my heart That's when we fell apart Coz we both thought That love lasts forever (lasts forever) They say we're too young To get ourselves sprung Oh we didn't care We made it very clear And they also said That we couldn't last together (last together) Refrain: See it's very define, girl One of a kind But you mush up my mind You walk to get declined Oh Lord... My baby is driving me crazy Chorus: You're way too beautiful girl That's wh

Remembering Tokyo Tower


computer science vs. economic poverty

I was browsing for some topics here in multiply and I saw an article on Sir JP's blog about the relation of computer science to economic poverty. This is my comment posted to his blog: I think this is dejavu, I have also discussed this with one of my past lunch topics. You are correct about the "we have the tools to indirectly help them by providing efficient systems on different agencies that will, in effect, help the poor". But surely there will be some blocking on the road. This is my answer: Even though I don't believe in the authority concept, the first thing we should do is change the government with Technocrats - not those technology oriented people but those who had direct contact with technology. I think with these people managing the country, projects will become a reality. Using a concept of Software Engineering in Computer Science, we do not stop until we satisfy the customer, which in this case the people. (Sana hehe.)

Remembering College


I second the motion

I saw this on the stumble-upon blog of Ms. Undercitylights. It caught my attention which brings back the memories in my Political Philosophy class. This is the philosophy what I believed in and will still continue believing on it.

Remembering Eating Ice Cream

Hi Ms. Irene, I saw this picture on your multiply site. Thanks for the upload.

Remembering Odaiba


Knowing what the Customer wants!

I think I have experienced this scenario, especially in the office. Hehe.