He used Photoshop to group and crop the individual images, designed the layout, added a few touches to the A-Kid favicon - and LO! AND BEHOLD! - a header I am very proud of to display for years to come! And speaking of favicons, Dundee touched up the "Salakot" with my Seeking Alpha badge and incorporated it in my blogger template so that it will show up in the A-Kid's URL. All of these and more - and for how much? The Broken Bow didn't charge the AnitoKid a cent! Nothing! He wouldn't have any of it!
I have always held The Broken Bow in high regard. When he was starting out to blog, I readily noticed his talent - the ability to write about and describe ordinary things in an extraordinary way. He has this gift of writing about virtually anything under the sun in a way that will make you want for more. I remember the time I said to him, "You write like Guy Kawasaki, bro."
In the words of Faye Ilogon to The Broken Bow:
- "I don't know why I read your stuff when it endangers my whole philosophy of dirt. Must be because you have nifty posts. I mean, I learn stuff from you and you don't use fancy words to express yourself."
- "The Bamboo Jeep was created by my father supposedly for personal use only - my parents using it when going to work and dropping us, their children, when going to school. But since my father was a government employee (from the Department of Agriculture) and he had the obligation also to feature the products of our province, he used the bamboo jeep (as substitute to carabaos perhaps hehe) in the exhibits to attract people." Click here for more! And more!! And much much more!!!
"Much thanks for the header, favicon, and all!
Maraming maraming salamat bro!"
To Dundee's Papang and Mamang,
"You raised a good man in your son, Dundee."
Congratulations on the BoingBoing, bro!
Am very proud what you just accomplished
and I know it will not be the last.