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Love Your Language Campaign Translation Hackathon #2


So, the 2nd translation hackathon came and went.  The event went like clockwork from opening to closing, courtesy of yours truly. More people came than the last time– which meant same people from the last time without Jon and Drey but this time with RJ, April and Carlo.
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When dictatorship is a fact, revolution becomes a right.- Victor Hugo

Love Your Language Campaign Translation Hackathon #1

FigaroOur first Love Your Language translation hackathon was a success!  Fuelled with pizza, sandwiches and coffee from Figaro, we spent 6 hours translating and validating phrases and words from English to Tagalog and Cebuano.

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Google’s Love Your Language Campaign

GBG CDO is participating in this year’s Buwan ng Wika with a nationwide month-long campaign called Love Your Language. Along with different organizations we used Google’s translate tool to translate or verify translations of Filipino and Cebuano words online.

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Let’s Not Fall In Love by Bigbang

The best music video from the Made Series in my opinion.  Not to mention the most compelling music video that I have seen from Bigbang aside from Monster and GD’s Who You and Crooked.  Lyric-wise, Teddy and G-Dragon made a killing with Let’s Not Fall In Love and Loser.  Commending G-Dragon for the lyrics of If You.


When there is no other way but that way.

Google Cardboard: Best Gift Ever

google cardboard

I was lucky to have received a Google’s Cardboard from Chelle Gray of Google SEA.  Happy and giddy, I unboxed it and assembled following the easy 1-2-3 instructions on the cardboard.

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So today marks the day. Bigbang #Made Concert in Manila. Why do I feel I am going to miss something big?  Consoling myself with Bigbang live concerts on Youtube.

You are going to outgrow people and that’s ok.

Simple French Toast

Who doesn’t love french toast?  French toast is one of the first dishes taught to me by a good friend so many years ago. It is simple to make and I have perfected my own variation of french toast recently and my children enjoy it every now and then.  It is great for breakfast with or without maple syrup or honey.

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