Ampfufu! and Plurk

Guess what? We launched the Level Up! Music site over the weekend.

Here’s an excerpt from my Play to Win blog post.

Finally we can talk about it! I was itching to spill the beans while writing my Tayo’y Mag-Ragnarok ‘n’ Roll blog entry, but I couldn’t hehe 🙂 Now it’s official: Level Up! Music is online, so head on over there to get a sneak peek at Kevin Roy’s new “Ampfufu!” music video and relive the hits from our first two music albums.

The site is still in beta, so please bear with us if there are bugs and rest assured that we’re going to continue improving Level Up! Music.

Also, check out my CNET Asia blog post “Have you plurked your life yet?

Here’s an excerpt.

It took me a long time to switch to Plurk–I only started Plurking this September–but now I’m really into it and can say this microblogging tool is way cooler than Twitter. My Plurk addiction is funny considering that the first time I saw it, I was put off by the timeline–and yup it is something that you need to get used to if you’ve been weaned on Twitter or other similar microblogging services.

The great thing about Plurk is that the format really encourages people to comment on your posts. Each plurk indicates how many comments it has already received. Click on the plurk and you can read the comments, then post your own, reacting to the original poster or to those who commented. So yup, each plurk is like a thread in a discussion board.

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Ampfufu! and Plurk

Heard it on the radio

My friend, photographer extraordinaire Michelle Morelos, guested this afternoon on Wave 89.1.

Good thing I just got my new company phone, a Nokia N82, which has FM radio, so I was able to listen to Michelle.

If you’re looking for a great photographer, then I heartily recommend Michelle. Lots of satisfied clients, like my company Level Up!, can vouch for her, and it’s great that she’s been a guest on different TV and radio shows.

Just drop by her site, and tell her I said hi 🙂

Heard it on the radio

Ragnarok ‘n’ roll music

Here’s an excerpt from my latest Play to Win blog post.

Aminin na natin, di ba mas masarap kung habang naglalaro tayo e nakikinig din tayo ng music?

Obviously, not all music lovers are gamers, but it’s almost a sure bet that if you’re a gamer, mahilig ka sa music. Music plays an important role in your game experience. How much more satisfying is it to slay monsters if you’re all pumped up by the stirring soundtrack? What would survival horror games be without the mood-setting creepy music and sound effects?

Don’t believe me? Then try playing the game na naka-mute yung PC, TV or handheld mo. Di ba boring? 🙂

Ragnarok ‘n’ roll music

Ragnarok ‘n’ roll music

Here’s an excerpt from my latest Play to Win blog post.

Aminin na natin, di ba mas masarap kung habang naglalaro tayo e nakikinig din tayo ng music?

Obviously, not all music lovers are gamers, but it’s almost a sure bet that if you’re a gamer, mahilig ka sa music. Music plays an important role in your game experience. How much more satisfying is it to slay monsters if you’re all pumped up by the stirring soundtrack? What would survival horror games be without the mood-setting creepy music and sound effects?

Don’t believe me? Then try playing the game na naka-mute yung PC, TV or handheld mo. Di ba boring? 🙂

Ragnarok ‘n’ roll music