Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Happy Blog Day!

6 Spotted Blogs!

1. Break my Style - Laureen Uy's Blog, i visit it most of the time because i love checking her outfit, her love for fashion, beauty, work and everything. She's so amazing.

2. Nothing to do with Arbroath - i just Google for some blogs and saw this one, his blog post are just so different, especially the pictures.

3. Wasted News - You'll really waste your time checking this blog.

4. Pagod ka na bang Maging si Juan? - As a Filipino we should be proud, and you should know what's happening around. The blog is originally a book idea which the blogger thought of writing but for now it will be a blog where you can post or send your sentiments about being a Filipino.

5. Unbox - Unbox features awesome products for the modern-day Filipino. The writers pick the best stuff that men like and they’re posted here for everyone’s information and appreciation. 4 major categories namely: Gadgets,Wheels, Style, and Play.

and last but not the least,

6. Nuffnang - allows advertisers to serve graphic or video based advertisements onto more than 100,000 blogs hosted on various platforms.

As a Nuffnanger, Happy Blog Day 2011!

Saturday, August 27, 2011

What is the meaning of life?

          hat is the meaning of life?
 W hat does it mean to be a human being?
          hy are we here?

Existentialism is the philosophy that places emphasis on individual existence, freedom, and choice. But, How does it came to "What is the meaning of life?" To understand the meaning of life we have to turn to the source, or creator. If you believe in such things, that is God. If he put us here, it was for a purpose. So He may be the only one able to provide us with the answer.

Everyone has its own meaning of life; the meaning of life for me is, being here on earth as a Human Being living freely with no hesitation. We all know were here because of God, He is our creator and being alive is one of the greatest gifts we received.

We'll only see the meaning of life if we seek for it, it isn't that easy to find answers to every questions. Like, why are we here? And why do we need to die? Life is so beautiful if you just see its worth. When you wake-up every morning that is already a blessing for God give you another day to live. The Meaning of Life is based on the Bible because, God is our creator. Each one of us have its own purpose why are we here.

You just have to make everyday a meaningful one and make each day remarkable that you leave your footsteps as day pass by and you'll see, what’s really the meaning of life.

Blog #1: Existentialism
by: Kate C. Pangan MT2-B

Thursday, August 11, 2011

If i am not a human being...

If i am not a Human being I would like to become a Plant.

Plant because, Human being is like a plant from a seed it grows and bear fruit, a human from fetus to a lady that bears a child. A plant grows independently, a plant that doesn't get sunlight and water dies, as well as Human being, that doesn't get enough food to eat can't survive. In life there are ups and down, like in weather there is rainy season and sunny days, No matter what season/weather comes still a plant stand tall. As well as human beings, We don't easily fall no matter what struggle comes in our life. Life isn't that easy to give up as long as there is faith and trust.And Even though how many years come still you'll see that Plant alive as long as we take care and never cut of it Like humans, as long as we take care of ourselves we'll still remain alive no matter how many decades will come. Plant and care for trees for they also give us life.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011


After being not in my mood, finally Good Vibes! Done with my Homework in Philosophy, Existentialism Chart.
As I do my Homework I've marked some phrases:

  • The Problems considered by existentialist thinkers arise out of personal experience.
  • Man as the original center, the source of initiative, who has depth, who transcends determinations, the openness and giver of meaning to the world.
  • To exist is to co-exist, to participate in the fullness of being (God) through love, fidelity and faith.
  • Pushing and rolling stone, to live the absurdity of life.
  • Freedom is what enables man to pass from the aesthetic state to the ethical, and ultimately to make leap of faith, the highest act of man's liberty.
  • The being-ahead-of-itself of dasein while having-been and making-present entities in his world.
  • Existence precedes essence. Man first exist then gradually creates his own essence.
  • Freedom is man's ability to say "Yes"
  • For life to be human , it must answer the question, What am I living for?
  • Value is subjective because value always presupposes a subject who values: value is always value-for-me.
  • Value is objective because there is truly something I can live and die for.
Just as man cannot evade time, so he cannot escape from this search for meaning, for upon this hinges the integrity and wholeness of his humanity.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Until you stand on your own two feet

Just watched "Pepito Manaloto" And he quoted "He learned how to stand on his own feet. Someday somewhat I'll Stand on my own. but now, I need support from my parents, my siblings, family and friends. Isn't that easy to stand alone with no one who'll guide you through. Like looking in a Mirror and try to Reflect yourself, not what you see physically but, what is in your inner side. You won't be what you are now unless no one guide you as you grow up. We will stand on our own feet in right time, we don't have to hurry what we have now be contented and learn to wait. That time will use what we learned, to be independent and provide yourself with all the things that you need to live without having to ask anyone else to help you. 

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Try it!

My friend just message me a link, then i opened it, actually its a Psychological test.

What is Psychological Testing?

Psychological testing is a field characterized by the use of samples of behavior in order to assess psychological construct(s), such as cognitive and emotional functioning, about a given individual. The technical term for the science behind psychological testing is psychometrics. By samples of behavior, one means observations of an individual performing tasks that have usually been prescribed beforehand, which often means scores on a test. These responses are often compiled into statistical tables that allow the evaluator to compare the behavior of the individual being tested to the responses of a norm group.

A psychological test is an instrument designed to measure unobserved constructs, also known as latent variables. Psychological tests are typically, but not necessarily, a series of tasks or problems that the respondent has to solve. Psychological tests can strongly resemble questionnaires, which are also designed to measure unobserved constructs, but differ in that psychological tests ask for a respondent's maximum performance whereas a questionnaire asks for the respondent's typical performance.[1] A useful psychological test must be both valid (i.e., there is evidence to support the specified interpretation of the test results[2]) and reliable (i.e., internally consistent or give consistent results over time, across raters, etc.).
It is important that people who are equal on the measured construct also have an equal probability of answering the test items correctly.[3] For example, an item on a mathematics test could be "In a soccer match two players get a red card; how many players are left in the end?"; however, this item also requires knowledge of soccer to be answered correctly, not just mathematical ability. Group membership can also influence the chance of correctly answering items (differential item functioning). Often tests are constructed for a specific population, and this should be taken into account when administering tests. If a test is invariant to some group difference (e.g. gender) in one population (e.g. England) it does not automatically mean that it is also invariant in another population.

Interpreting scores

Psychological tests, like many measurements of human characteristics, can be interpreted in a norm-referenced or criterion-referenced manner. Norms are statistical representations of a population. A norm-referenced score interpretation compares an individual's results on the test with the statistical representation of the population. In practice, rather than testing a population, a representative sample or group is tested. This provides a group norm or set of norms. One representation of norms is the Bell curve (also called "normal curve"). Norms are available for standardized psychological tests, allowing for an understanding of how an individual's scores compare with the group norms. Norm referenced scores are typically reported on the standard score (z) scale or a rescaling of it.
criterion-referenced interpretation of a test score compares an individual's performance to some criterion other than performance of other individuals. For example, the generic school test typically provides a score in reference to a subject domain; a student might score 80% on a geography test. Criterion-referenced score interpretations are generally more applicable to achievement tests rather than psychological tests.
Often, test scores can be interpreted in both ways; a score of 80% on a geography test could place a student at the 84th percentile, or a standard score of 1.0 or even 2.0.

Types of psychological tests

There are several broad categories of psychological tests:
  • IQ/achievement tests
  • Public safety employment tests
  • Attitude tests
  • Neuropsychological tests
  • Personality tests
  • Objective tests (Rating scale or self-report measure)
  • Projective tests (Free response measures)
  • Sexological tests
  • Direct observation tests

Test security

Many psychological tests are generally not available to the public, but rather, have restrictions both from publishers of the tests and from psychology licensing boards that prevent the disclosure of the tests themselves and information about the interpretation of the results.Test publishers consider both copyright and matters of professional ethics to be involved in protecting the secrecy of their tests, and they sell tests only to people who have proved their educational and professional qualifications to the test maker's satisfaction. Purchasers are legally bound from giving test answers or the tests themselves out to the public unless permitted under the test maker's standard conditions for administration of the tests.  via WikiPedia

Monday, August 1, 2011

Baguio 2k11 with Canlas Cousins!

Boating @ Burnham Park

@ The Mansion Hotel with Cousins

 (Left to right Me, Jepoi and Peps)

(Front to Back Me, Gerard and Jepoi)

Last minute Baguio Trip with my Canlas Cousin's before the Class 2011 Starts. Sorry for the Late Post, this was 2 months ago.

Late Post, Sta Cruzan 2011 @ Magsaysay Guagua

(Credits to: Ate Neng for my HMUA)

  (Left - right Me, Migs and Erica Guiao)

Late Post, Pictures are taken last May, 28 2011; I was invited for Sta Cruzan, Reyna de las Virgines @ Magsaysay Guagua. Credits to Rahnel Supan David (Ate Neng) for my HMUA, Mr. Rowell Panlilio for my Gown and Accessories & Patrick Quito for the Pictures.