Exactly ten (10) years ago today, I set foot on the premises of Digos Water District to start my stint as an office girl. It was a very productive day since my first task was to file several-months-old documents (Billing Adjustment Memos). After the office closed at 5:00PM, I hurriedly went home to celebrate the 55th birthday of my beloved mama. She was a bit fat at that time and I was… uhm… borderline slim. Continue reading
This is my own take of the question “What do you think distinguishes today’s knowledge age from that of the information age of the 1980s and 1990s?” This is taken from the forum in Knowledge Management subject.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 230 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.
Gusto unta ko mag-English, kaso basin dili ko kalahutay, ma-hanging na unya ang ending…
November 11, 2015, dili jud ko kalimot aning adlawa tungod kay:
- Nikanta mi sa akong officemate ug MAWD Hymn sa SMX Convention sa SM Lanang, Davao City; ug
- Nakasakay ko ug jeep nga gimaneho sa driver nga weird.
They can imitate you, but they can’t duplicate you…
Born on the 1980’s and in a third-world country, I experienced having to do everything manually and utilizing available but limited resources. Continue reading
Originally written for Padigos (The Official Publication of Digos Water District) released under Vol. 3 Issue No. 1 covering the periods January – June 2014.
The following is a true story which transpired at Malaysia and Singapore during a GIS Training last June 11-13, 2014.
Being a “probinsyana” that I am, raised in a very rural way, I took pride when I stepped in and out of the elevator unscathed the first time I rode on it. I even became prouder when I gave instructions to my parents on how to ride the elevator and I also assisted elderly persons who were with me inside the elevator everytime they had that puzzled expression on their faces as if saying “Now what?”. I thought I aced the elevator ways but I was wrong… Continue reading