Wednesday, April 26, 2006
OMG Ponies! (Uhmm, it's a Hippo)
This one's scary and cute at the same time.
Just click link below

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doggies are so cute!
I love doggies!
posted by Johnjan @ 12:02 PM   0 comments
Monday, April 24, 2006
Arrgh! It happens every friggin' year! My computer broke down again and this time the motherboard was the one that was fried. Well come to think of it, the last time my computer broke down because the motherboard was, well. fried. The reason why it was fried? Intense heat! My computer can't take the summer heat so it took a very long break. for good.

Now this means that I need to upgrade my computer. Since AMD (I love AMD) outphased the Socket A processors [My previous processor was AMD Sempron 2600+ - Still in good working conditon - I think], there is no more point in investing in one. So I had to hire a new processor from the AMD family. Welcome AMD Athlon 64 3000+! With 64-bit computing at 1800MHz, I'm now ready for 64-bit computing (Vista, I'm ready for ya!). But of course upgrading my computer means shelling out most of my hard earned cash.

So might as well turn the notch a bit higher.

Since my previous mobo was Epox, the one that brokedown, a friend of mine suggested the mobos from MSI. Aside from that I had to get a new hard drive (80 GB) since the previous one died along with the motherboard. And last but not the least, the casing must be changed. My previous computer casing was a White-I-Dunno-It's-Name-Sucky-Heat-Producing-Box, which by the way was one of the reasons why my computer brokedown. It had poor ventilation which contributed to the frying of the blasted motherboard.

So off with the old and on with the new! I acquired a new casing prouldy named 'DUKE-some-series-of-letters-after-the-name". Good thing about my new casing is that it had mesh side and top panels which helps in the ventilation of my system. But wait! There's more! Aside from the meshy body, It also includes a cool tri-led colored intake fan in front and a boring-black out-take fan at the back. Only problem is that this casing is a mighty dust collector. (I'm not a fan of dust and so does my system).

So here I am again... back to blogging!
posted by Johnjan @ 1:54 PM   2 comments
Thursday, April 06, 2006
Lights off! That's my favorite part of the day. The moment I go into my room , throw my things to a corner and changed my clothes; I quickly turn-on my lamp (sometimes the television), closed my lights and lie in my bed. Ahhh. Bed. Sweet loving bed.

I love it when the lights are dim. I love it when the lamp is giving my room a soft tinge of yellow. Making all the walls soft and cold. I love the serenity of the night. Well most of the times, if not for the neighbor's dog that does a full concert throughout the night, I appreciate the solitude of my room.

I'm a nocturnal creature.

If only the security is high and the crime rate here in our country is low, I would gladly walk our streets at an ungodly hour. but it's not so I try to be contented in the dimness of my room. Most of the times after the working hours. I enjoy walking from our building to the bus stop. at 11 pm, there are less people in the streets. the corridors are quiet, the elevators are empty, the underpass is serene. Everything looks different when the night takes over. You can see what other people miss out. Just look up the sky and you'll see an intricate pattern that the heavens created. There is still beauty hidden in the darkness.

Ahh. Bed. Sweet loving bed.
posted by Johnjan @ 4:09 PM   2 comments
Wednesday, April 05, 2006
Knock Knock
11 pm. That is the time when I usually leave the office or gets home. After six months of exposure to 'work', I'm finally feelling all the stress and sleeplessness. It's so irritating. But hey, It's my fault. I might as well swallow it all.

It's me. Johnjan. I'm back.

I must admit that it's been a long time since I've written something in my blog that I'm having a hard time pulling out the all the right words to define the story or random yakiti-smakiti that I want to blabber here. So much stories within the past six months that are dying to be told. Oh my I'm going mental again. But some stories cannot be told. Some pieces are yet still missing. Some parts are still unwritten. But who cares? Time will come and these stories are going to show-off their bare bodies. Just watch the clock while it's ticking away.

I'm burnt out. Need some sleep.

posted by Johnjan @ 12:06 AM   0 comments
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