Tuesday, August 05, 2008

IT301: WillyMillionaire

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

IT103, social awareness?

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IT300, our ticTactoe game

Friday, April 04, 2008

DesideratA (ITCA102)

"Desiderata" (Latin for "desired things", plural of desideratum) is an inspirational prose poem about attaining happiness in life. It was first copyrighted in 1927 by Max Ehrmann.


Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Atfest '07 Activities

booth makingdance festival champion, Pit Señior!hahaI'm on bm booth heheCSITduring parade
CSIT floatfuture~!...Üstill working?d bench warmers, futsal gameopening ceremony of atfest'07
kupz...go mj!!jimmy,me,asyong, n trillanesamazing! hu's dat?!toh,gelo,me,vida
nice! hay nku bigatin gyud!hehe...desperate models..hahahold your bananasscramble partyscramble party
ay! my doggy pla..bsta mka risa!haha kien gaha?atfest'07 booth making champion..wow!ay kansaw!!..haha!possing gayot!Ü hehe

Monday, December 24, 2007

Atfest '07 Dance Festival Champion: CSIT, Sinulog dance..Pit Señor! haha

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Reaction on "BEE MOVIE" :

1. What is your significant learning about the movie?

-My significant learning about the movie is be positive to all task you have. Learn how to become independent especially when your are still young. Focus your work and love it so that it will leads you to become successful man. And last is to be part of the society, meaning to take care of the environment and most important is the presence of warm love you give.

2. Which part of the movie that strike you the most?

-Part of the movie that strike me the most is people and bees are cooperating to help out to land the passenger air plane to protect the passengers and flowers. Bees and man are working equally to live and survive in this world.

3. Having your significant learning with you, what can you possible do or promote in your website that would have a social relevance?

-I would like to create an article or information regarding environment friendly. I will put some pictures and details so that people will encourage to protect and care our mother nature.

Friday, October 26, 2007

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