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This is a blog post I an writing on my cellphone while I'm doing something I'd much rather not tell everyone right now. This technology allows me to post whatever I think whenever I think it.

I will be printing my first draft to be shown to my adviser tomorrow and I hope he aspecictes the effort I put to it. It's 48 pages long, single spaced. I'm off to my cousin's computer shop to get 2 copies printed - one for me, and one for my adviser.

I cannot get over how much fun this mobile blogging really is! However I still really can't put images yet since I'm sending an email via MMS. In time maybe I can work something out that will allow me to do so.

For now, I'll just enjoy this first.

CHill...

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  1. "..hope he aspecictes the effort.." --> wtf?? =P

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  2. Nik: I've been using the T9 functionality for my cellular phone... And sorry, I'm not a perfect texter. Hehehe :D

    I need to improve on my touch-texting capabilities with T9 on. I know there's a lot of errors that might come into the posting, however I am really enjoying myself being able to post from anywhere I am (as long as I have load and a signal on my cellphone). :D

    Thanks for dropping by na rin! :D

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  3. Kakainggit.. medyo.

    Na-consider ko nga bumili ng PDA dati, para lang makapag-sulat at makapag-doodle on-the-go.. :p

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