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SpeedyBall by dolarfun on Apr 15, 2013Move the ball to the left or right with the arrow keys on your keyboard, and/or jump with the space key to skip the holes.rnBrake with the down arrow.



SUMMER Playlist - Track: Time to Pretend by MGMT by Binondo Boy on Apr 12, 2013This is our decision, to live fast and die young. We’ve got the vision, now let’s have some fun. Yeah, it’s overwhelming, but what else can we do. Get jobs in offices, and wake up for the morning commute. Forget about our mothers and our friend...



Why is it important to backread? by Aspectos de hitokiriHOSHI on Mar 4, 2013I’m sort of futuristic person because it gives me passion to “live more.” Medyo maka-“ngayon” din ako lalo na kung kailangan ko ng focus. What about past? Is it important? Backread! Backreading: Tracking You’re not lost.  Especially sa...



Track Beauty of the Week: Élodie Ouédraogo by hurdler49: Hurdles, Track & Field and Sports on Jan 11, 2013Élodie Ouédraogo is this week’s Track Beauty! Ouédraogo is a Belgian athlete who competes in both the sprints and the intermediate hurdles. The high point in her career came at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, where she won the 4x100m silver toget...



Basic Camera Movements by Rey Belen on Dec 17, 2012Different camera movements is essential to stress an emotion, art or action in a video. The following are the most common camera movements used in both film and TV productions. Pan - camera moves horizontally or sideways left to right or right to lef...



On Blog Statistics and Athletics by hurdler49: Hurdles, Track & Field and Sports on Dec 16, 2012The year 2012 is a year of extremes for both my blog and my recently concluded (ignominiously, at that) athletics career. Monthly readership had increased exponentially from January up to the London Olympic Games in August. From 7,904 unique monthly...



Tuesday Afternoon Thoughts by hurdler49: Hurdles, Track & Field and Sports on Nov 26, 2012When I was a high school junior, my class had Ateneo Hall of Fame football coach Ompong Merida as its PE teacher. He gave these heartfelt lectures on the importance of staying physically feat. Coach Ompong was fond of shouting “fitness for life...



The Morning Train by Stirring Constantly on Nov 19, 2012“What chance combination of shadow and sound and his own thoughts had created it?” —- Strangers on a Train The Mumbai Suburban Railway  according to Wikipedia is the highest passenger density of any urban railway in the world. I encourage...



10-for-10: Katherine Kay Santos by hurdler49: Hurdles, Track & Field and Sports on Nov 14, 2012Despite the peaks and troughs of the Philippine athletics scene, Filipino women have competed with distinction in the long jump for more than two decades. Since Elma Muros-Posadas’ maiden long jump win in the 1989 edition of the Southeast Asian...



Post-Workout Reflections by hurdler49: Hurdles, Track & Field and Sports on Nov 11, 2012It’s a pity how some people my age complain of being “old.” Things could not be further away from the truth. Being in your mid-twenties is certainly much better than being in your teens. I can feel the difference in physique, to say...