Emulating the Sustainable SMART Home with Linksys Velop

I know this post is way out of my league because the home I’m living in right now is not even 20% sustainable and tech-driven. However, let’s just imagine the ideal homes we see in Korean dramas or even just in TV commercials. The smart homes, tech-driven homes with human sensor lights and even trash cans, extra automated washing machines, ovens that can cook for … Continue reading Emulating the Sustainable SMART Home with Linksys Velop

The Grilled pieces are back at Bigby’s

I’m doing it again. Even though I promised myself that I won’t be super sell out as a blogger, I decided to sell out on Food and Cooking to support local brands, and c’mon, who doesn’t like to eat? This time I’m promoting Bigby’s “The Grill is Back” campaign which was held last Friday, September 14, at SM City Davao, Ecoland. Bigby’s has been one … Continue reading The Grilled pieces are back at Bigby’s

The All-New Antonio’s Progressive Filipino Fare

One of Davao’s favorite restaurants, Antonio’s Bar and Grill just recently relaunched with a new concept. From Antonio’s Bar and Grill, they renamed it to Antonio’s Progressive Filipino Fare. Almost everything is new–from the restaurant look: lighting, design, to the dishes they offer. Of course, their classic dishes Bulalo, Pinapatok na Manok, Krispy Pata, and Lechon Kawali are there to stay–but improved. “As a Blue … Continue reading The All-New Antonio’s Progressive Filipino Fare

The New Davao Famous Restaurant: Nothing Beats Old Skool

You know that I don’t just promote brands and establishments, but the New Davao Famous is really worth blogging about. They never changed; they still offer the best Chinese dishes around the city. However, due to the fast urbanization and progress of Davao City, old restaurants like them seem to be out of place. Malls made it quite hard for old businesses to thrive, but … Continue reading The New Davao Famous Restaurant: Nothing Beats Old Skool

Goyo Sneak Peek: My interview with Paulo + Angelito short film

After the box-office success of the indie film Heneral Luna comes another epic tale about one of our venerated heroes during the Filipino-American war–General Gregorio del Pilar, entitled Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral. Gregorio del Pilar already became a prominent figure during the revolution against the Spaniards even before the battle in Tirad Pass (vs. the Americans). After the Philippines got liberated from the Spanish rule, … Continue reading Goyo Sneak Peek: My interview with Paulo + Angelito short film

The Philippines’ decaying agriculture industry

I’m guilty. I’m blind. I’m unaware. I do not care. Barraged by my own adversities, vanities, fanaticism, goals, I forget about the bigger picture. Like the great dread of our plastic-impeded, corruption-riddled nation, a sector of our production is almost nearing its outmode, and that is Agriculture. In the 90s, Agriculture has contributed up to 44% of our country’s GDP, but today, it only accounts … Continue reading The Philippines’ decaying agriculture industry

Unique’s Grandma, a quintessence of an old soul

The lost boy, the musical genius, the hypothalamus, the too-old-for-his-age millennial/baby Z, the Paquito look-alike–these are only some words that people associate the former IV of Spades frontman with. Many fans still wish that he would be the Prodigal Son of IVOS. Now, he’s all over the internet, with countless memes made to ridicule or flatter him. Even before IV of Spades’ full album comes … Continue reading Unique’s Grandma, a quintessence of an old soul

Traxion: a blockchain app that empowers IPs and farmers

I used to count more negative ways on how Technology has impacted our lives. I’ve always been critical of technology and its effects on humanity. Aside from the fact that it may be a bit detrimental to our health, productivity, abilities, and overall well-being, Technology has somehow led us to chaos and lack of self-awareness. Of course, I’m also aware of technology’s aid in our … Continue reading Traxion: a blockchain app that empowers IPs and farmers