Been rather occupied with schoolwork (as usual). Am hoping that once the semester ends, I can sit back, relax a little, get my online projects in order and maybe (just maybe) take up a job or something. Need to save for my future
Karin has a habit of sending me a chunk of emails at one go. So whenever I see 40 to 50 new emails in my Gmail inbox, I know that about 10 to 25 of them would be from her.
I went down to SP for the prep camp for Nero’s Dream last night and enjoyed myself watching them play among themselves at the station games.
Here’s (another kind of) Twister:
All the weird positions.
Cody and Manfred (frat sista).
A rather slack Terence didi.
Oh, goodness. Theyíre blasting techno next door.
At full blast.
That itís still loud even when thereís a layer of wall between us.
I thought I was able to blog so long as someone had a laptop with wireless connection. How was I to know that wireless could not be tapped in the student union itself? Hrrrmp.
So here I am, at the student union itself, using the PC (read: computer) and not the laptops. Yes, laptops. Man, we’re here for a camp but this year, more than one laptop sprouted around. Seems like no one can live without access to the computers.
By the way, if anyone’s still lost, I’m at SPSU’s FOC GL preparation camp.
And this year, I’m promoted to Cooks! Yes! No longer am I a fierce GP but an evil Cook instead
I’ll see if I can blog again on Sunday. Till then,
(Please note that to read the abbreviations for “SPSU” and the rest, Firefox Mozilla or Opera is required.)
I am beginning to have a splitting headache but I feel a great need (and urge) to blog this question:
What makes a blog popular?
The blogís content itself? Or the siteís content? The designs? The goodies/freebies? The way the blogger blogs or the topics s/he blogs? Or maybe people visit blogs and comment, hoping that the blogger would return the favour? (Iíve known idiots like these)