As a sidebar, I am sure Sassy would admit it herself that she is talkative by nature. And so this is the reason why her readers weren’t able to view the transcript of her interview in full (my fault, not the editor’s.) Some lines simply had to be cut due to our newspaper’s space considerations.
Here are The Sassy Lawyer’s missing answers:
Do you think politicians, artistas and other personalities should go into blogging?
Last time I heard, itâ€™s still a free country. So, why not? However, it would be a pity if they will just use blogs to advertise themselves.
Your dream gadget: the iMac G5
Your hobbies/interests: Photography, films, books and music that make sense
Favorite plug-ins: Blacklist (to ban spammers and hecklers)
Websites you often visit: blogkadahan.com and the blogs of its individual members, Pinoyblog.com (to discover new Filipino blogs), yugatech.com (my Pinoyblog partnerâ€™s tech site), tornandfrayed.typepad.com (a blog by an American expat in Manila), jeffooi.com (a blog by a Malaysian journalist), pinayexpat.net (by a Filipina expat in Germany) and the e-zine pinoyexpat.org, talkleft.com, pcij.org including the PCIJ blog, aceron.agalaw.net (lawyer Marvin Aceronâ€™s blog), unlawyer.net (lawyer Paul I-am-not-sure-I-am-allowed-to-divulge-his-last-nameâ€™s blog)â€¦and then there are the newspapers. I donâ€™t read any particular newspaper on a regular basis. I have a RSS aggregator and I click on any news that interests me.
A word about your hosting service. Ok ba ang Ploghost?
Oh, yes. Where can you find a webhost thatâ€™s willing to customize anything for your every particular need? Cheap too. Plus, of course, Abe Olandres (of Ploghost) and I have developed this kind of relationship over time that we know which direction we want to take with regards to blogging. Itâ€™s like, I donâ€™t need to elaborate when I want something. He understands because he already knows how my mind works.
And oh yes, this site is back to normal as of today. Thank you for bearing with us. My domain has not expired yet;)