Google’s Tribute to our Moms

I’m on a post-celebration mood for Mother’s Day.

Check out this site from Google created for the moms all over.

Click on the image to see it full.

SAVE THE DATE May 3, 2011: Voix des Iles

Bulaga! I’m back again after another hibernation. And from now on, I will restrain myself from posting anything French. Well, maybe, I’d just do it moderately.

Here I’m helping a friend in spreading the word.

Check out the event web site ( for more details.

Change’s good for coffeechat

No, I am not moving my personal blog out.  Wordpress is just beautiful, even though Tumblr looks enticing and Blogger is persuading me to come back. And no, I am not even going to erase this from the face of the Internet world. Not ever, I hope.

As you may have noticed now, coffeechat with perkyperps has a new look, and honestly I am loving it! I chose Inuit Type as my new eye candy. Nothing much changed drastically; it almost kept the same design elements. White background. Georgia font. Spacious and clean. Minimalist look. It actually appears like a clean broadsheet for me that it doesn’t shout much about a “coffee” theme for a personal blog like mine. Just the way I like it.

Expect more changes in this blog in the next few days. Right now I just hope that this theme I used can already utilize the custom menu feature WordPress had launched (a similar feature Tumblr got known for now, apart from the other equally beautiful features in store, which I will explore, soon). I hope the WordPress team is listening to my humble plea.  I can wait, and good things come to those who will, right?

Pinoy 2010 Elections Souvenirs

Pinoy presidentiables left markings over the Net, dirty or not; and I’m posting what I’ve got from them as keepsakes.

I will remember how we have exhausted all the possible means, positive or otherwise, in campaigning for our candidates of choice through social media.   All the praises, the idolatry, and the mudslinging have never been this good, and particularly, entertaining.  Enjoy!

Click on the images for larger view.

Continue sipping…

Apprendre la langue Française (l’édition spéciale) – The 15th French Film Festival in Manila

The 15th French Film Festival to be held from June 3 to 13 at the Shangri-la Cineplex 4 features films that allow local viewers to experience French culture through a panorama of various genres of film, from comedy to drama, to love stories, and adventures, set in different situations.

On June 12, the French Film Festival plays tribute to Philippine cinema with a screening of Lola by Brillante Mendoza.

The films are open to the public with free admission on a first come-first served basis at the Shang Cineplex Cinema 4. The festival will also run in Cebu from June 18 to 20 at the Ayala Center and a retrospective of classic films of Eric Rohmer will run at the Cultural Center of the Philippines from June 15 to 19.

For schedule details, read on

I’m interested to watch L’Amour c’est mieux a deux, La Fille Du Rer, L’Immortel, and Lola.