The year 2006 has seen its share of big movies. These movies include: Superman Returns, X-Men: The Last Stand, The Da Vinci Code, Mission: Impossible 3, and many more. Of course, we can’t exclude the upcoming 007 movie: Casino Royale.
Yet, what’s up in 2007? Yeah, you read it right….Spiderman III….and the trailer below:
This is the daily picture at the Authentication Department of the Office of the President of the Republic of the Philippines. One who arrives at around 11am will get his way to the end of the line by 4:30pm. Then, you have to come back the next day to get your results.
It seems like edz_raya has yet more to learn from his master (LOL). Well, if you are to make reference to a person especially if that person has a homepage of his/her own, you should at least insert a hyperlink to his/her website. That is just common blogger practice.
As auditors, we gather information from the client by conducting interviews, obtaining schedules and documents. Oftentimes, these information are sensitive in a manner by which it can prejudice the position of the client/company should these fall into the hands of the wrong parties. Auditors are expected to handle these information in a professional fashion.
Client information or data (other than those obtained through interviews) usually come in the form of physical documents or electronic files. Electronic files are normally transferred between terminals via electronic media like floppy disks, CD’s, and USB flash drives.
About two weeks ago I received an SMS from Smart saying that I can now browse the internet through GPRS for only P10 in 30 minutes. It states further that my P10 does not expire automatically once I quit my connection. Instead, I’ll start from where I left once I resume browsing the net.
Using a USB data cable to connect my phone to my PC via Nokia PC Suite installed in my laptop, I tried opening “Connect to the Internet” (which by the way uses the phone as a modem). Guess what? It worked!