“Words are the atomic structure of the Web. All good web design begins with words.”
— Gerry McGovern
“Bagsakan” (“drop”) comes from the bonafide bop by Parokya ni Edgar, Francis Magalona, and Gloc-9. An extremely versatile term and especially relevant in this edition.
We need a continuous, sustained conversation around areas of inequality that can be improved, need to be improved. Some are more difficult than others, but for the Web, its DNA is to be as accessible and inclusive as possible. Parity is another way to manifest that.
So when I decided to play it safe and purchase the Apple-branded one and I STILL got the same Error Code 14? It's what us Filipinos call a budol.
A new roundup, from music to masks.
I’m jotting down all the things I googled and learned about, and maybe it could be helpful to others.
I needed one ASAP, so I scrounged around the house for materials and created two quick DIYs.
You know how you debug some CSS by putting borders / outlines / backgrounds on your elements?
With Kyoto checked off, it was time to explore Osaka.
I’m trying something out. Magbabagsakan dito in 5, 4, 3, 2…
Want the kitchen sink?
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Something more curated?
Very backlogged travel logs:
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