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Of Smartphones and Men: A Mythological Methodology

Of Smartphones and Men: A Mythological Methodology

Far far away, in a land called Communicatoria, there lived the Mailorites. The Mailorites were a proud race of demigods. They were ultimately governed by their almighty king, Mercury. They were in charge of the different tongues that the whole world spoke. At one end, they bridged gaps between countries and allowed for trade and commerce; hence they were blessed and in turn, flourished. And at one end, they kindled wars, upon pushing ill spoken malice into the thoughts of evil men. They brought balance between the different nations. And for thousands of years, they did so. And they saw that it was good. It was great indeed. More

The Proposal à la Seven Wonders

The Proposal à la Seven Wonders

There is this man who I know oh so well. He is all but an extravagant dreamer. For with his life’s wishes, he had a racetrack with no goal for it… yet. He wanted to see the world’s seven wonders. And with it, instill a piece of something, something that will play a great role for the race he runs. Something that perhaps may instigate the goal he so longs for. For that something, is a golden puzzle ring lavishly divided into 7 portions. And upon traveling each of the seven wonders, he will leave a piece of this ring along with a map that will lead to the next wonder and a symbolic message. Like a great relay race for some reality TV show, spectacular it will be! More

Legend of the River of Memories

Legend of the River of Memories

A long time ago, in the not so distant past that we, the human race, can’t even remember, memories didn’t exist. We lived to survive just for the day and did not have the luxury to remember about a thing the next day. Surely men remembered their names, the name of their wives and such, but that was just that. And while this may be like a curse for some, the people at that time didn’t think so. It was neither actually. For them, everyday being as mundane as the previous centuries that past is just plain ordinary. And you might have wondered why I even said centuries? Why certainly yes! For they have lived very long lives. The great heavenly deity have granted them such grandeur, that it took its toll of not having memories in exchange. Oh how caring and thoughtful that deity was. Imagine the burden of having to remember centuries after centuries of routinely crafted living. Atrocious! And so that’s how it was. In modern times one might even call it a robotic long life. More

It’s a new year!

It’s a new year!

Hello dear blogosphere. I know I have neglected you for the past year ever since my previous blog’s host went down (libre lang naman kase). And now that its the start of 2011, I figured why not make a dramatic comeback? Well here I am. And hopefully to stay a whole lot longer (since this hosting’s now paid). More