Ces happen to forward me a link to a Youtube generated video tribute of Tony for playing for Alaska’s Milkmen in the PBA. It’s just weird watching it, at least for me. I was just cracking up in most cases. Here it is:
If you are hitting a “brick wall” in Life, here’s some points that can help you breakthrough.
Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch (Oct. 23, 1960 — July 25, 2008) gave his last lecture at the university Sept. 18, 2007, before a packed McConomy Auditorium. In his moving presentation, “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams,” Pausch talked about his lessons learned and gave advice to students on how to achieve their own career and personal goals. For more, visit www.cmu.edu/randyslecture.
Here’s the ABC Special that Diane Sawyer did on Prof. Randy Pausch’s story:
Awesome. I was watching Wipeout and I Survived a Japanese Game Show last night when the Super Hawaiian — Round Table Pizza Ad came. To my surprise, it’s freakin’ the homie Earl from UC Irvine haha.
I was trying to confirm to see if its really him and luckily found the video above at Youtube. Seems like he got in 2 out of the 5 new ads. Congrats Earl and GJ!
Have you ever been in a scenario where you were asked to describe yourself? I think in one occasion or another we’ve all been. Recently, I was asked to do this on a web-form. Mind you, it’s hard for me to do that as I have a hard time talking about myself. I guess I’m more of a less-talk-more-action type (correct me if I’m wrong of course).
Anyways, back to the web-form ordeal. I was asked to describe my “Creative Work”. I replied with the following:
Self-thought web/designer coming from a Computer Engineering background who recently discovered photography and wanting to further enhance insights and creativity by melding both Technology and Art/Design.
Did I tend to what was asked of me? I think so, but in a general sense of things.
From my mind to yours… Sometimes it helps to be “me, myself, and I.”
We’ve all been asking/telling ourselves: “damn, I can use some extra cash right about now.” Well, your prayers and requests have been answered as the Government will soon be sending some dough your way:
A. The Treasury Department will make payments starting in early May. Early filers, especially those who choose direct deposit, will get their payments first.
If the IRS finishes processing your return by April 15, you will most likely get your payment based on this schedule. If you choose direct deposit, this means your payment will arrive on May 2, May 9 or May 16. If you do not choose direct deposit, checks will be mailed between mid-May and mid-July. For this initial batch of stimulus payments, the payment date will be based on the last two digits of your Social Security Number. [Updated 3/19/08]
But be smart about with what you do with it—or, just save it. To give you some more info on what this whole ordeal is about, you may check out the following: