May mga updates ako tungkol sa aking paboritong proyekto, ang Tinig.com. Bagong labas na ang ika-15 na isyu at pinaghahandaan na namin ang kasunod. Nakalipat na ito ng bagong web host, at naaayos na ang Tinig.com Forums at Free Web-based E-mail. Kaya kung nag-sign up ka dati sa free e-mail, maaari mo na itong ma-access muli. Pwede ka ring makisali sa diskusyon sa forums. Kita-kits. Hindi sa McDo, kundi sa Tinig.com.
Noong una, nagpasya akong English ang gamitin sa aking personal website sapagkat kako’y ang audience nito ay pandaigdig. Dati ay mayroon pa akong pahinang may salin sa Filipino. Ngunit mula ngayon, Filipino na pangunahing wika sa Ederic@CyberSpace. Ito ang pambansang wika ng Pilipinas, ang kaluluwa ng lahing Pilipino na kinabibilangan ko. Filipino ang wikang ginagamit ko sa pag-iisip at pagsasalita, at buong layang dumadaloy sa aking diwa ang wikang ito sa tuwing ako’y nagsusulat.
Waaah! Tinig.com domain server is down! Don’t ask me why.
My web host was down the whole day yesterday. I felt bad to find out my site visitors — are there any? — were unable to access my site after I spent a big part of my weekend on it. Good thing it’s now running again. However, My PC was attacked by a not-so-harmful virus. It just bugs me from time to time while I am using my PC. I’m still working on how to get it out of my system. Probably it’s a sign from CyberSpace that I’ve been ignoring the pains on my back and shoulders caused by lenghty hours spent in front of my PC.
By the way, the ARMM election was generally peaceful, according to COMELEC. Peaceful, however, is not exactly the right term to describe the current situation in some areas in Mindanao right now. Read the news and find out why.
I’ve been awake for around 20 hours already. Last night, after work, I had some bottles of beer with a buddy at our favorite Friday night hang out. Immediately after I arrived at home, I started working on my website. Finally, after around five hours of back-breaking trial-and-error session with my PC, I was finally able to set up the comments feature of my site. Many thanks to Phil Ulrich and Phil Ringnalda. Their sites were of great help to me. Want to try and see how the comments feature works?