The title says it all. Just how long has it been since I wrote something like this? I am happy… Read More »Long time no see: Desk Diary – April 13, 2021
On this section, Jay Agonoy talks about life in general. He also provides self-help (though he’s not an expert at it himself).
It’s been 5 years since I joined the events industry. At first, I was not sure if I can survive… Read More »Existence: Desk Diary – February 13, 2021
I’m getting too stressed with work these days that I want to distract myself from it. I’ll get back to… Read More »Too old to program?: Desk Diary – January 23, 2021
I tried to imagine what he felt as he did his first VTuber interview, and how he kept the momentum.
What. A. Year. I started the year with hopes and dreams that I can go to Iloilo or La Union,… Read More »keepsakes. in 2020: Desk Diary – December 23, 2020
I kept scrolling on my news feed only to stumble upon an interview with Singaporean cosplayer Rea Kami on The… Read More »The Power of Community: Desk Diary – December 16, 2020
Thank you for taking time to read this. I promise this will be quick. This past week, I went on… Read More »Burnout: Desk Diary – November 28, 2020
“If you’re in the field of multimedia, programming or simply a multitasker, having only a single monitor is considered a sin – at least for me.”
These past two weeks are unusual… Storm after storm, rain after rain, the top part of the country gets drenched… Read More »Ulysses: Desk Diary – November 15, 2020
We do not believe such a thing like purgatory exists, only heaven and hell. Right now, I’m writing from another… Read More »Zoom Hell: Desk Diary – November 09, 2020
“In a way, the world has changed in both good ways and bad: Look at your surroundings, you find more peace nowadays. Most of the toxicity you see are now online.”
One of the memories I had with its broadcast complex, the ELJ Communication Center, is Restaurant 9501, the company’s corporate dining facility at 14th floor.
“Whenever you can, wherever you are, capture the moment with your eyes first, and with your camera next.”
…and that’s just the start of it. YouTube algorithm has made me watch the 3DBotMaker Japanese Diecast Car racing tournament. It was nuts.
The frustration of resting and feeling your hair at your nape, as well as that humid feeling in your head, finally comes to a halt.
“Don’t get me wrong, you can treat YouTubing as work or as a hobby and nobody’s going to stop you from doing so, so just make your videos and let your viewers decide.”