…under the 1:1 Scale Gundam in Japan. That would definitely be memorable. I would also like a rock band and jazz band to play through the whole night.
Imagine, getting married under the crotch of the monstrous thing!
Also, if you don’t get invited, that doesn’t mean I didn’t have the budget for it. It just means we ain’t friends. Bwahaha!
This is my tale of what happened with me, PC LIVE Megamall, and HP Philippines.
Please note that all throughout the ordeal, the only communication I had was with PC Live personnel.
I accidentally broke the LCD protective screen of my HP mini 1001TU. Knowing that it was not covered by warranty, I brought the unit back to PC LIVE (where I bought it) so they can represent me to HP and estimate how much would it cost to have the LCD replaced.
After more than a month of waiting, HP finally gave a quotation of 27100.00 PHP just to replace the screen. Of course, I am outraged by the price that they gave. I asked the PC Live rep to re-confirm again the price.
I wrote to HP customer support and I am not hoping for a reply, but it’s just an fyi to them.
Here is my letter:
Photo courtesy of autoblog.com
The much anticipated sequel to Michael Bay’s Transformers is coming in Philippine Theaters in June 25, 2009. That is next week! I cannot wait!
After months of no news (which is good news for some of you!), I have revamped this crappy site of mine modifying layouts I did think of but are still cool! Hehehe.
The internet is full of people copying, modifying, and then NOT CREDITING the original work. Therefore, I will not do that. Thanks to authors miloIIIIVII and Wayne Connor for their work.
Enjoy the new site. I should be working on uploading long delayed photos everyone has been nagging me over.
Oh, and the photo section IS NOT WORKING for some reason…
- The photo section is now working.
- New posts can be found in my facebook profile. Really great!
- I have a shoutbox now. Shout at me if you want. You know you want to.
After sometime, Ebox has finally retired. He has gone through wear and tear after opening the front face of this casing several times for changes, adjustments, and upgrade.
I did not want to spend on a new casing and I wanted to get creative so I once again dawned on spray paint cans, sandpapers, masking tapes, and a LOT OF PATIENCE. Mind you, the last requirement was the hardest of it all.
I scouted one of the best chassis I’ve ever had and it was pretty dirty and rusty so I cleaned it up. Too bad I wasn’t able to take a picture of its previous state. But here’s a photo of it’s dissected organs minus the front, top, and side panels.
So as you can see, a lot of work needs to be done.
My “old” chassis too did not have a front USB panel and I wanted to get one from it since it has proved useful to me a lot of times and I wouldn’t want to miss it. So I scouted and found Aerocool FP01 panel. My good friend Ramona Simons ordered it for me during their stay in the US and it has arrived in good shape and was wonderful as I expected.
To be honest, I was initailly deceived into believing the LCD panel would automatically come up once you push the tray. Apparently, it just ejects it and your good hands have to do labor. That isn’t so bad. It’s still cool!
This is the final output. Apologies it isn’t a step by step work in progress as I had all my patience poured into spray painting instead of photographing every important moment of this project.
It’s pretty simple but I love my work and knowing I’ve put blood and sweat on this beast.
All Photos can be found here.
Ebox now stands once again.