Artsdigitalmedia.com & Central Luzon State University CLSU along with the Nueva Ecija ICT Council & IT BPO Tech Novoecijanos Association Inc. participated in one of the major IT Conferences here in the Philippines – the Clark Conex – http://clarkconex.com/ – spearheaded by Metro Clark and the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines NICP & Department of Science and Technology DOST.
Team artsdigitalmedia.com engaged with the Mozilla Firefox localization project. The Mozilla have been rewritten from PHP to PYTHON (so called “Bedrock”) and requires IT experts to make the transition faster and more efficient. With this the team artsdigitalmedia.com embrace the task and will be joining other open projects as part of teams CSR.
Hello folks! Version 2 preview of the munoz 3d game is now available for download . Preview of the First City Based 3d Game here in the Philippines! the Science City of Muñoz 3D Game…
Take note that this is a work in progress only(eka nga non optimized pa), there are lots of work to be done to complete this project. Yet, you can now try the interface. Controls navigation is “W-A-S-D” , kick objects move-forward to kick-able objects…
Please DOWNLOAD & PREVIEW ( now only 10MB file size, so it will take sometime) to show your support and appreciation!!!
The project needs support and publicity. Also our student-trainees welcome sponsors to speed the completion of this project!
For sponsorship please call or txt this numbers 09996222504 / 09267277539 / 8359937
Sad pero true, well after the unstoppable victories, gusto n raw ni manny mag rest from the boxing ring and focus at congress… hmmmm, i just hope he’ll punch the bad pips at congress n lng hehehe… well for the decent story read article below
Manny Pacquiao wants to be remembered plainly as “Manny Pacquiao” when he retires after his November 13 bout this year. The seven world division Continue reading
I really don’t agree, but let’s hear what Nueva Viscaya Bishop says…
BAYOMBONG, Nueva Vizcaya – Weeks before the president departs from Malacañang, one of her most staunch supporters — the bishop of the diocese of Nueva Vizcaya — has declared that Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is one of the best presidents the Philippines ever had. Continue reading
I been thinking… a Philippine president only earns less than 200 thousand a month, and will only stay in position for six years so that’s lets say approximately 200,000.00 pesos, times 12 months, times 6 years equals 14.4 Million only right?
Then for a campaign for president i heard that one should have atleast 1 Billion to make it, but Manny Villar actually further beat the campaign competition… Continue reading
Updated 2010 Comelec Result Philippines
Team artsdigitalmedia.com interfaced into something not yet being done here in the Philippines, by establishing Online Radio Web Hosting.
Yes, online radio web hosting is already in the global market since 2003, but never yet in the Philippines since team artsdigitalmedia decided to venture in this project.
As of now, the online radio servers are on testing mode for functional and quality test streaming.
What more is, we will be serving unlimited bandwidth and listeners which compares to the global competition who are doing per bandwidth usage and number of listeners charging.
And we can compete for up to 128kbps data packet transferring, for high quality audio and can even be used by radio stations here in the Philippines. Audio formats that will be supported are Mp3, ACC, & Ogg.
Multimedia players that supports online radio are Winamp, Realplayer, Quicktime, VCL and Windows Media Player.
to be continued…
Well, how much does a President of the Philippines makes per month? according to my research, here a line quoted from http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_much_is_the_salary_of_the_Philippines_president
“Answer Currently, the Philippine Republic President is receiving Php60,000.00 (about USD1,333.33 at Php45.00 to 1 USD exchange rate) monthly. This is how much I pay for a mid-senior Developer/Programmer (PHP/Java) monthly. If compared to the President of the United States, as of 2001, the US President’s salary is about USD400,000.00 annually – or almost 3,000% higher than his Filipino counterpart. Continue reading