Life Goes On…

Appendicitis Info
January 17, 2007, 6:48 pm
Filed under: Whole New Education

For so many years now, I have a YM encounter with Larnelle Feliciano. My HighSchool classmate and consider him as a friend. He is credited for co-making our graduation song.. 🙂

We were talking about his plans of continuing masters after finishing undergrad, and I told him that it is great. He can finish undergrad and then master all in 5 years, unlike of course in here where 5 years consists of undergrad only, unless otherwise you are so good..:)

And then all of a sudden he said that he was just released from an operation in his appendix then I ask him on how to determine if you have one, he told me that

“ganito daw, pag sobrang sakit tapos di ka naman nagugutom or najejebs, try lifting your legs, pag di mo maitaas ang right leg mo as high as you left leg can dahil sa sakit, then malamang appendisitis nga yun… ”

Ayun, kaya if meron ng sumasakit sa inyo dyan, do this simple excercise.. 🙂


Ebooks for FREE
November 28, 2006, 10:31 am
Filed under: Whole New Education

I have found this really cool site where you can download the ebooks you have always wanted. 🙂

I do hope they update this regularly.:) 

Sleep Deprivation!!
August 2, 2006, 3:04 pm
Filed under: Life in general, Whole New Education

Syet sa OA kong takot on not getting enough sleep. There I go researching on the effects of lack of sleep on our brains. 🙂

Here are my findings from


“The effects of full sleep deprivation in humans beyond eleven days have not been explored due to the health risks involved. Presumably, irreversible damage will soon follow, then death. This has been demonstrated in lab rats which died after being prevented from sleeping for two weeks. It is also evidenced by a very rare human brain disease called Fatal Familial Insomnia, where an adult individual slowly loses the ability to sleep, and the victims experience all of the above symptoms gradually over a few months. This disease eventually leads to dementia, permanent personality changes, motor paralysis, and ultimately death.

Apparently, lack of sleep causes all of these adverse effects because it causes brain damage. During a normal day, the brain is slightly damaged by the body’s metabolism, and by free radicals. When one is asleep, the brain engages a repair center which slowly mends the tiny injuries, restoring the brain to its full potential. During the deepest phase of sleep, called REM, it is believed that the repair center itself is repaired. But the longer that sleep is prevented, the more damage one’s brain accrues, and the more sleep one will require to repair it. Too much damage, and it becomes irreparable.

turns out that if one actively prevents sleep for a prolonged period of time, which some people have tried, severe side effects pile on rapidly. All symptoms increase in severity as new ones appear:

  • After missing one night of sleep, expect fatigue, reduced attention span and problems with short-term memory.
  • After missing 2 to 3 nights, one will also suffer poor coordination, muscle twitches, marked loss of concentration, impaired judgment, blurred vision, nausea, and slurring of speech. Often one will experience episodes of microsleep (briefly sleeping for a few seconds at a time, without being aware of it).
  • At about 4 to 5 days without sleep, expect extreme irritability, hallucinations, and delusional episodes.
  • After about 6 to 8 missed nights, add slowed speech, tremors in limb extremities, memory lapse, confusion concerning one’s own identity, unusual behavior, and paranoia to the list.
  • After 9 to 11 nights without sleep, fragmented thinking occurs (beginning sentences without completing them), and prolonged episodes of unresponsive “conscious stupor.”

Getting too little sleep in general can prevent the brain from being restored to 100% effectiveness, and can keep an individual at a perpetually reduced potential. As a consequence, the brain must work harder to accomplish the same amount of work, which is detrimental to efficiency. The brain also uses sleep as a time to sort, process, and catalog all of the information it has absorbed throughout the waking period, which is why memory is adversely effected by lack of sleep. Creativity also suffers because the brain builds creative associations from memories while slumbering. As if that weren’t enough, the immune system will be weakened by insufficient sleep.”

Smudge Control Overload
June 22, 2006, 11:46 am
Filed under: Whole New Education


Text sa mga Pictures
June 22, 2006, 11:42 am
Filed under: Whole New Education

Nagwowork well to dun sa mga may black na pictures.

Ang cool nga eh, parang may pic tapos merong mga text na nakakalat sa pic.

Mejo matrabaho nga lang ung proseso na paglalagay ng text. Ilagay lang ung mga text sa buong pic.

Tapos select sa Blending Option na OVERLAY lang with OPACITY of about 70%.

Finished Product..


3D Effect s Photoshop..
June 22, 2006, 11:36 am
Filed under: Whole New Education

Here is the link.. 

Kelangan lang na i-CTRL+ALT, press the UP para magduplicate ng layer at magmove ng 1pixel above ung ginawang layer. 

Tapos i-lilink mo lang sila, at imemerge ang mga layers… Layer->Merge Linked 

June 22, 2006, 11:08 am
Filed under: Life in general, Whole New Education

Nagpasalamat si  Tipz sa Alumna (ATE PIA ROSE TRIAS) ng Circuit sa donasyong binigay niya para sa cKt. With the subject [PASALAMAT] for our ALUMNUS

Nakaktuwa lang na kinorrect ni Kuya Glenn si Tipz sa heading na ginawa niya… 🙂 

Mga sinagot ni Kuya Glenn. 

Alumnus <– singular, male

Alumna <– singular, female


Alumni <– plural, male (or if mixed gender)

Alumnae <– plural, female



 At least nalaman natin ung difference.. 🙂