I came across a blog post entitled “Why don’t Christian writers license their work with Creative Commons?” It is a valid question and many of us might have asked it before, in a different form like:
“If Christianity is about Jesus offer of Salvation, which is free, why are Christian works not free?”
I finished downloading my old files from Yahoo! GeoCities, these are files from a decade ago that I want to back-up for archiving (who would’t backup their first batch of sites from GeoCities, FortuneCity, Lycos, etc?)
If you have a GeoCities site, and just like me a freeloader only, you know by now that it is impossible to download your files via FTP or GeoCities’ File Manager, even though they already announced that the service will go offline soon. Of course, unless you are ready to open and save each file manually or willing to pay for an upgrade to get an FTP access, then you are thinking that you are out-of-luck.
No! There’s a way, read this post and I’ll tell you how you can download most or all of your files off GeoCities before the world ends.
Talk about half-breeds like Half-Elf and Half-Vulcan, a magazine front-cover started to circulate online (supposedly from the future) that features a Half-Vulcan champion by the name of Spocquiao and is destined to have a match with the superhuman Khan Noonien Singh. (Maybe Spocquiao is a super-Half-Vulcan??)
Last Saturday, May 9, 2009, I attended iblog5, the 5th Philippine Blogging Summit - finally! This was the 5th time I signed-up online but only my first time to join the fun.
The summit focused more on explaining what blogging is, the different types of it, to bringing your blogging to the next level. It is about the basics of blogging - good for aspiring and new bloggers, and a reminder to existing bloggers.