Saturday, June 29, 2013


I can’t remember the last time I’ve been in this store. It is just lovely in there like I can be in there whole day just looking around the papers. I know that this room is already full of papers but I just couldn’t resist Papemelroti’s brilliant designs.

 I bought these three note pads. The one on the leftmost is a full pad, I think it has more pages while the other two is only considered as half pad. There are so many good designs. I honestly wanted to buy them all but I know I wouldn't use all of them so I just decided to settle with three. They a

Php 16.00
This is the first one I've picked. I picked it because it's witty... well, in my opinion. It's not your typical writing pad because it has words as its design. So here are the stuff written.

Today: I am a (only choose one)
( ) wilted rose
( ) speeding freight train
( ) fluffy cloud
( ) bubbling brook

*then your space for writing*

At the bottom,
explain why

Php 14.00
This is the second one I've picked. I got it because it's very positive. I mean if I were feeling down and I needed some inspiration, I can look at this and it could give me a little hope. Written at the top are the words,

Look at the  bright side.

I can write my school projects in here. Especially the ones I'm not really good at.

Php 14.00
Thank god, I saw this! I think this is very appropriate for me because I really like writing. Not writing in a sense of poetry or story, nothing fabulous. I just gather words I see and turn them in this doodle that people are always weirded out. Hahaha! Anyway, I've got a lot of feelings and some of them can be written here. :))

I wish I can visit this store again! I just love it.

First things first, I'm going to start writing down something.


Friday, June 28, 2013

Different but No Difference

It's a different term. It's a different day. BUT the time is the same. The pace is the same. It's the same frustration. Programming again. I didn't get it again. I can't quite figure it out again. Stayed out last night trying to see if I can actually go around the algorithm, but I wasn't able to. Aside from my brain could not think any further, I just don't think that I can.

Well, anyway, here goes my professor explaining the algorithm.
I wonder what goes around inside 'fft'.