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Mobile Pilipinas 2006: Wireless Possibilities; might Anne Curtis at ATC also be a possibility?

Mobile Philippines, the magazine formerly known as m|ph, (I love saying that!) is holding another great gadget tradeshow! Drool over the latest cellphones, laptops, accessories. Learn from the seminars! Go mingle with the stars!

Anne Curtis graced the first issue of the shrunk Mobile Philippines magazine

Random Fact: Mobile Pilipinas 2005 was considered as the official launch of Mobile, then known as m|ph. It was Sarah Meier who last graced the cover of the mag and she made an appearance at the event. If our magazine was considered as the largest tech mag ever then, I’ll bet you’d scratch off the thought if you’d seen how… gargantuan the tarp had been.

The next Mobile Pilipinas (2006), we had the four rockin’ ladies of the local music scene: Lougee of Mojofly, Aia of Imago, Hannah of Session Road, and Juris of MYMP. All but Juris arrived at the event to perform.

So… will Anne Curtis grace this year’s event? Hmm. Why don’t YOU find out for yourself? Hehe. Read on…

The annual gadget (lust) tradeshow is this coming October 13 to 15 2006 at the Alabang Town Center titled Mobile Pilipinas 2006: Wireless Possibilities! Join … continue reading this entry.

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The Chronicles of Life and Death – Good Charlotte

Rumor Mill: Benji and Joel Madden have been reported to team with Marvin Scott Jarett to produce youth-oriented films. The production fit, Fast Future Films, is said to have been working already on Valley of the Damned, a thriller story set in Phoenix where a brother and sister find a body of another teenager. One of the Maddens will star in the film, while Jarett will direct the film.

“And where do you go with no destination, no maps to guide you.
Wouldn’t you know that it doesn’t matter, we all end up the same…”
 

–The Chronicles of Life and Death, Good Charlotte

You come in cold,
You’re covered in blood.
They’re all so happy you’ve arrived.
The doctor cuts your cord.
He hands you to your mom.
She sets you free into this life.
And where do you go with no destination, no maps to guide you.
Wouldn’t you know that it doesn’t matter, we all end up the same.

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I came, I saw, I met: Up dharma Down at Megamall (and other stories)

Intense is the only adjective that I could think of as I remember Up dharma Down (UdD) perform live last August 5 at Burn Magazine’s mall tour. The event was hosted by Burn Magazine’s Production Coordinator Denise Mallabo and Events Manager of Hinge Inquirer Publications, Juno Limjap.

Up dharma Down performs at Megamall for the BURN Mall Tour

It was the first time that I saw them on stage and it took a great ounce of effort not to squeal like a rabid fan girl during their performance. Especially when they played Pag-Agos, Oo, Maybe, and Lazy Daisy. If you haven’t heard any of their songs yet (segue: why???), you can listen to them online at Pure Volume. Let’s support Pinoy music and the Pinoy magazine that supports them! Therefore, buy BURN! Hehe. >:)

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Pictures, pictures…

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