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A repository of my thoughts, what I capture around me, my consciousness in digital form.



Still house cleaning

There’s a lot to clean up and fix on archondigital.com before I can begin development and migration into a new theme. Today I’ve managed to screw up the comments section by removing Facebook comments (and Disqus) and installing Jetpack, which I intend to keep as my commenting tool probably for the long term. Importing or […]

Updating my neglected blog to WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg

Neglected, not abandoned. Yes, archondigital.com is still very much alive. I’ve been as always, consistently inconsistent with updating content on this for as far as I could remember. A lot of this has to do with me being busy (I’ve given this excuse here numerous times too) but that really is what it is, I […]

Life is a blur.

One of those unplanned walks where I end up shooting on my way home after an afternoon of meetings. It was a Friday and I was having a difficult time getting a ride. This photo is part of a self-project/series I am working on called Buhay Jeepney where I take photos of everyday people commuting using […]

Sale! Carriedo, Sta. Cruz, Manila at night.

A vendor selling street food in Carriedo Street, Sta. Cruz, Manila. Taken last September 1, 2017. I haven’t been out much on the streets since getting the Sony RX100 Mark V, but this photo I took at night just blew me away. This image is from a one-inch sensor, a lowly, point-and-shoot camera.

That look though…

A jeepney driver and his partner plying the streets of Ermita, Manila. Taking that late afternoon stroll looking out for Jeepney scenes and I run into this young couple. It was as if the entire scene unfolded in slow motion as they passed me, their eyes in sync looking at the lens. I just had […]

We drafted the framework for an Open Government Licensing Policy into our draft EO on the National Government Digital Service (Committee) back in the previous administration. Too bad it never got signed. But here is the jist of what an Open License is all about and why it is important.

https://blog.okfn.org/2017/06/08/the-state-of-open-licensing-in-2017/

Father & child. Baguio City public market.

A father clutching his child while walking past vendors at the public market in Baguio City. I took this photo while spending time off after a just concluded event where I opted to stay behind for an extra day to relive what used to be my everyday life in Baguio a few years back. Something […]