Last night my brother Ivan and I managed to find a Day Z Standalone (SA) server that had a decent ping for both of us. This was important, considering that he's living and working in KSA, and I'm here in the Philippines. For if I chose a server in Singapore or West Coast US, my ping will be low, but his will be high, and if he choses a server closer to him (say, France or Germany), then my ping will be high, but his will be low. We eventually found middle ground in a China-based server. We were
Today, I woke up during that period of time considered to be the “ungodly hours of predawn.” Try as I might, I couldn’t bring myself to sleep. Thus, I decided to watch one of the movies I downloaded off the web last week. This movie, I believe, is a critically-acclaimed film, that tells the story of a young girl who lived in Germany during the Second World War.
I found the plot of the film to be slightly similar to that of yet another film set in postwar Germany, called “The Reader.”
NOTE: Before you read this entry, take note that I am only talking about the northern hemisphere here--there's a totally opposite thing going on in the southern hemisphere, below the equator, but to avoid confusion, I shall not mention about that in this entry, so please also don't comment about that fact below, because I shall tackle that specific point in a later entry.
I've fond memories of summer in the Philippines as a child. They were ones filled with long hours of gung-ho bicycle-riding,
Yes, I'm still alive, but really busy down south in Davao City. Considering that I don't live in Cebu City anymore, then I don't really have anything to contribute much to the forum anymore, save for intermittent blog entries about whatnot. However, I still wish to utilize this little corner as part of my toolbox for science advocacy. I've noticed that my entries that are more or less related to science and technology have been getting a good number of views, so I have decided to keep posting more