If you’re a multiple-gadget household like ours, you might feel frustrated trying to organize all your ipads and laptops.
You don’t want to pile them up together because they can fall or get scratched.
I thought hard about how to fix this and found this wooden FANBY rack in IKEA.
I hoarded a few of these and voila—my kids know where to find their iPad if they leave theirs lying around my room.
It’a space saver and it’s cheap!
Here’s another gadget I love, which was a favorite Christmas gift last year—the XtremeMac Docking Station—for Apple products. You can choose from either three or five docking stations
I put this on my husband’s bedside table where he parks his iPhone.
Thanks to BBM and Twitter, we found out Kris Aquino was once again live on primetime TV—and crying—just as James Yap had predicted in PEP.ph:
“Nakita mo ba kung saan na ang mga ex ko ngayon? Wala nang mga career. Baka ganoon ang gawin ko sa’yo—isang iyak ko lang sa TV, maniniwala na sa akin yung mga tao.” — Kris Aquino’s alleged threat to James Yap
James’s side of the story is on Pep.ph. Good luck reading that as the site has been slow this entire day.
Watch her side of the story HERE.
As for me, I had some Twitter fun trying to find out how others felt.
These were the best tweets of the day, IMO.
My friend Ginggay has a very interesting iPhone case called the knucklecase.
Made of aluminum, it comes in many colors.
But don’t ever think of taking it to Hong Kong.
Ginggay was recently there en route to London. As her bag went through the airport’s transit security X-ray, Ginggay found herself being stopped when they saw something suspicious in her bag.
Upon inspection, they found the iPhone and knucklecase.
Ginggay was asked to step aside into the security desk. They took photos of the knucklecase, measured it and called the local police from the city. Within 15 minutes, six cops arrived.
Upon getting Ginggay’s info, the Chinese officials made calls to check if she had any criminal records in Hong Kong, which of course she didn’t. They did make a file on her.
When asked her why she was carrying a weapon, Ginggay said, “No, it’s a phone case. They asked me where I bought it and all, so I showed them the website on my Phone.”
“After some time chatting amongst themselves in Chinese, the pinaka boss of the police went up to me and said they didn’t find anything suspicious and handed the knucklecase to airport security,” she said.
Basically they were letting her go, but it was up to airport security to decide if she can take the knucklecase inside the plane.
Airport security said no. They took the knucklecase and gave Ginggay a receipt. They told her to proceed to the Cathay Pacific Service Desk and get instructions how to claim it on her trip back.
But Cathay said they didn’t know what to do in this case.
Meanwhile, 45 minutes had passed and Ginggay’s flight to London was already boarding. She told them to just forget about claiming it.
All this time, her husband Noel calmly looked over and didn’t interrupt. (Guys, take note.)
“He got kinda scared when the battalion of police came, but he kept out of it. He wanted to joke about it, but then you never joke around airport security, especially on foreign soil. It might make things worse, so he just stood there, looking on from a distance,” Ginggay said.
P.S. Knucklecases are on sale now on Fab.com for a limited time only.
I think it’s amazing how Filipinos seem to have changed Multiply from a social networking to a leading e-commerce site in Southeast Asia. Well, at least I think the Filipinos did it.
Today, Multiply has over 5.5 million users. It’s where Filipinos feel comfortable buying and selling online—from fashion to gadgets and even food items—from over 130,000 merchants.
Multiply provides a venue for entrepreneurs, big and small, to compete in the online market without the shouldering big overhead expenses.
Multiply’s Origination Awards seeks to acknowledge the creativity and ingenuity of these Filipino entrepreneurs.
Recently, three local merchants were adjudged winners of the first Multiply Origination Awards.
For their excellence and creativity, the three merchants each received an online business package worth Php 200,000!
Mommy Patch’s handy and all-natural insect repellant Mommy Patch Anti-Mosquito Rescue Stick was awarded Most Original Mommy Management Idea.
Multiply Origination Awards also singled out outstanding merchants for special awards.
The Smart Money Innovation Award went to Soak Swimwear for the innovative development and marketing of its figure-friendly swimwear Cabo Feather Maillot.
Retailer Honey Baby, which sells infant headwear Hoot Hats, meanwhile, was given the Sulit.com.ph People’s Choice Award for taking a photo studio accessory and transforming it into quirky and practical infant hats.
The winners of the Multiply Origination Awards were chosen by a panel of judges comprising experts in both entrepreneurship and e-commerce, including Go Negosyo Founder and RFM President and CEO Joey Concepcion, Sulit.com.ph Co-Founder and Managing Director RJ David, SAVP for BDO’s E-Commerce Consumer Lending Group Cofa Gutierrez, Multiply Philippines Country Manager Jack Madrid, and Cecile Van Straten of Chuvaness.com 🙂
To know more about Multiply Origination and its winners, go to http://origination.multiply.com.