August 16, 2011

Some Changes on Dichothoughts

Last month, The Dichotomy of One’s Thoughts owned its very own domain name – dichothoughts.com. Originally at gianfaye.wordpress.com, it has been quite a brainstorm to what domain name should I pick for this blog. I’ve thought of dichotomyofonesthoughts.com but it’s too long and difficult to type. For that, I’ve cut it to dichothoughts.com – which sounds better. Since then, I’ve called this blog simply Dichothoughts.

I’ve also promised upcoming reviews but haven’t posted any for almost weeks. An unexpected event has made it impossible for me to get online so the blog has been vacant. Despite that, I’m implementing new things on this blog.

First, I exclusively want to post only reviews on this blog. All posts under the categories Upcoming Films, Upcoming Albums, Concerts and Tours will be dissolved and future posts about them will be posted on my other blog – Technopoly (technopoly.us). That is because (I’ll repeat), I wish to only post reviews on this blog from now on. I won’t delete the previous posts, though. I’ll just move them to the Etceteras Others category.

Another thing, I’ll be creating new designs for the post headers. I’ll also be redesigning and modifying some pages and will remove those I find irrelevant.

That’s all for now. See you guys and gals anytime soon.

Happy reading, listening, and watching!

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July 25, 2011

UPDATE: New Domain – dichothoughts.com

Hello! As you can see, I’ve migrated the previous free subdomain (gianfaye.wordpress.com) to its new custom domain (dichothoughts.com). I bought the domain at a third-party registar thinking that all it would cost me is purchasing the domain. But, when I tried to enter my custom domain on the Settings page, there is an upgrade payment which costs $12 for the Domain Mapping. It disappoints me to think that I already have my domain and I still need to pay. Despite the fee, it just took me minutes on setting up the domain so here it is – voila! I hope you liked the new name. Also, I would like to apologize for the lack of posts on this blog on the past month. I have been busy with Loading-Info‘s BlogFest that gave me no time to write lengthy reviews. Since I already bought a domain name I’ll be expecting that I’ll be more eager to post on this blog. Stay tuned! ☺

June 14, 2011

Films: The Poltergeist Trilogy

Poltergeist I, II, and III

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May 25, 2011

The Antithesis Collective: Call For Manuscripts

The Antithesis Collective

The Antithesis Collective is a newly born publishing group from the Philippines who aims to provide aspiring local writers a chance to showcase their finely molded characters and untold stories to the world.

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May 13, 2011

Music Videos: “Go Go Dance”, “Haunted Wonderland”, and “She’s a Monster” by Mr. Bones & the Boneyard Circus

Mr. Bones & the Boneyard Circus

Introducing: Mr. Bones & the Boneyard Circus – a band from the Philippines consisting of six artistically demented individuals who have a strong passion for the dark arts. The minions include (but are not limited to*): Badi “Mr. Bones” Del Rosario, whose haunting smirks and evilish laughs will remain echoing on your brain after a while of listening to their songs, as the frontman of the club; Manuel Juni Devecais on lead guitars; John Michael Godinez on bass; Shaun Hilario on percussions; Alvin Chan on guitars; and Karl Vito Cruz on synthesizers/church organ.

*You just don’t know how many they are. They may be using some spells and tricks, who knows?

Theatrical Macabre, as what they describe their music, is something you cannot see, hear, nor touch (obviously) on the present Filipino music industry. I’ve been hearing the name of this band for some time, I even saw their album on a record store while window shopping. The cover art instantly captured my attention, if you know my interests you would understand why. Continue reading