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Posted on June 10, 2012 at 9:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Here comes the next set of updates, whereas today I'm going to talk about the upcoming projects, current projects, logos, reviews, and so much more. This might include the review on Buxster (the fifth site review overall), the stop and hiatus of many site projects, and the very big Isang Binhi project that I told you about a long time ago (though dad said not to, but others do want it.)


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Six 9-Point Rallies in Rematch

Posted on June 6, 2012 at 11:05 PM Comments comments (0)

Today was a bowling rematch against me and Rico, who had a fever for a couple of days (just two, that is). If you knew in the previous post, Rico defeat me in four straight games, losing the final two in the same day. 

Rico said he just gained his moments in the final parts of the game, so the win was just luck.

"The only reason why you won Red was because I was sick and figured it out in the ending," Rico said, unhappy. Rico was unhappy with the game ...

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Website Review #5: Buxster

Posted on June 5, 2012 at 5:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Buxster basically had a similar past like Buddy Web whereas they had a different topic to their site. Before the "music movement", Buxster mainly consisted of entertainment(for members mostly.) Today's Buxster features a vast variety of colorful music videos and all things music, most of them being new aged. This review took a very long time becaus...

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Not Upgrading to SB3 + Site Hosting

Posted on June 4, 2012 at 4:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Webs Site Builder 3 has already released its conversion app and if you ever want to migrate, then fine.

Since I'm talking about this, question is: am I going to upgrade/migrate to Site Builder 3. The answer is no, and here is why:

First of all, I have declared to no longer use Webs anymore (but I will use Webs for my official website, which of course, is this site). Aceofshadows and I have planned in finding a site hoster where we can do whatever we want. T...

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Major Design Revamping

Posted on June 3, 2012 at 7:35 AM Comments comments (0)

I redesigned my website starting two days ago, and I think the revamp made it look better than before. It was kind of major, but the previous look looked outdated, and there were some things that were out of sync, including the headers, search bar (especially button), colors, and footer. So, what of course did I add?

I definitely redesigned the search bar, because it looked horrible. The search bar can be seen especially in the blog. It's a little too big, though, but less p...

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Rico Unsatisfied w/ Hay N' Oats

Posted on June 2, 2012 at 11:35 AM Comments comments (0)

This is considered to be a short blog post so yeah, nothing special except about yesterday. 8)

I am super bored so far to this day and I wanted to help others do things.

Well, the last couple of weeks Rico, you know he's my brother and all that, changed his user name to "I eat hay and oats. Vegetarian." I though it was funny, and he said, "It's what I do." This "inspiration" got me to make a new site: it's called Hay N' Oats.

Again I ...

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Website Review #4: URL Shortener

Posted on May 29, 2012 at 5:40 PM Comments comments (0)

This site, TiniestUrl, has the same functionality as of the previous site I reviewed, but is slightly different and is created by Cody. Also simple and fast, you just type your URL address and in a split second it will generate a new, tiny URL. I was told that this is its beta version (if I can remember) so not everything will be perfect. But then there's one q...

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