#wallpapers


Los Angeles Dodgers iPhone Wallpaper

In cel­e­bra­tion of the Dodgers win­ning 2 con­sec­u­tive games against the NL’s #1 team, the 97–64 Cubs… at Chicago’s Wrigley Field, here’s a lit­tle some­thing to show some Dodger Blue pride in you. I’m not bag­ging on or taunt­ing any Cub­by Fans out there, but you have to admit, the Cub­bies are well favored going into this series. That, and they had home-field advan­tage.

Any­ways, I’ve had this wall­pa­per a while back on my reg­u­lar desk­top from Man­dolux (Man­do Gomez—great pho­tog­ra­ph­er by the way)1. I have cropped it a cou­ple of weeks back when I got my iPhone. I thought I’d share it with my fel­low Dodgers every­where:

Let’s go Dodgers! Go Blue!

  1. In case you want it for your desk­top as well, Man­dolux’ orig­i­nal Dodgers/2K7 wall­pa­per. []

EVGA Wallpaper Design Contest

It’s this sim­ple, cre­ate the most EVGA themed desk­top wall­pa­per in ONE of the three cat­e­gories list­ed below and show it off to the world! The oppor­tu­ni­ty is here to show your love and be cre­ative all at the same time. Design a wall­pa­per about EVGA moth­er­boards, graph­ics cards, or Mods Rigs. Get out there, get involved, have fun, be cre­ative and have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to win some seri­ous prizes, by design­ing the ulti­mate EVGA themed wall­pa­per!

Con­test time­line looks some­thing like the fol­low­ing (all times Pacif­ic):

  1. Sub­mis­sion. From 2008-10-01 12:00pm to 2008-10-31 11:59pm
  2. Judg­ing. From 2008-11-03 to 2008-11-07
  3. Win­ners announced. 2008-11-11 12:00pm

The Grand Prize will be Veloc­i­ty Micro Edge Z15. More details and prizes avail­able by going to http://www.evga.com/wallpaper/

Good luck!

Do Work Son! — Motivational iPhone Wallpapers

One day, I just woke up feel­ing tired. I recall that it was in the mid­dle of the week—Wednesday, aka. Hump Day. I had to force myself just to go out of the house for work. I was so close to call in sick; call it a day, and just rest it out in bed. But alas, a luke­warm show­er helped me enough to get myself to go to the City and work.

As the day pro­gressed and reached the ear­ly evening, I remem­bered that there was so much stuff I need to get done after work. One of them was to pro­ceed w/ Hal Higdon’s train­ing and SET class @ 24. Feel­ing so damn lazy and tired, I mus­tered enough deter­mi­na­tion to get myself to go over that 50/50 mark. I was stuck at the mid­way point for a while and was lean­ing to just not go; and instead, chill at home.

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