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Router Behind A Router

November 28th, 2008

The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart. ~Elisabeth Foley

It’s been my third day staring at this document, and after the third day it’s still empty. I was of zero motivation to begin with. It’s not that I feel lazy or uninterested in continuing my blog, it’s just that I can’t feel the passion in writing. I’m neither a writer nor a journalist. I’m just an ordinary people trying to express my thoughts that sometimes seem vague. I have hundreds or even thousands in my mind, but the problem is how to put all those things into writing. I have no area of expertise. I’m just a guy who tries to know all that I can, trying hard to be jack of all trades. But I’m no genius, and I know that. Everything I do is just mimicry of the things that have been done already. Good thing I have a good friend who is always there when you need him. Sometimes I feel like a burden than a friend to him as he still tirelessly helps edit my work. As I’ve said earlier I’m not a writer, all of my writing has gone a strict editing in his hands. Thanks to him that I have this space which I can call my own. He has tirelessly taught me the way of FTP, WordPress, and HTML, finding time between his job and teaching me online. And to him I dedicate this article.
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Networking

Deepfreeze

November 22nd, 2008

“… … When I got out of the tunnel, the view was beautiful.”

Life is full challenges, they say. In our lifetime, we encounter different hurdles in life. Some are easy, and others are moderate. But some are too much for us to handle that we feel like we are being swallowed by a quicksand. It will take more than all of our strength to overcome such challenges in life. But once we win over such trial, we feel satisfied with ourselves.

DEEPFREEZE

I work in a small computer rental here in Laguna. For more than four years in this job, the problem I always encounter is how to keep all my computers virus and malware free. Believe me, it’s hard to keep it clean if you are the only one performing all the duties — that is being technician, programmer, system administrator, network administrator, and cashier.(lol)
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