the boy with the broken stomach

Unlock all Chrome levels
Sometimes cheating isn't bad.

I just found a hack for the Angry Birds current  Chrome version. This will let you unlock all the levels including the special Chrome Levels. Use it in your own risk. This might spoil the fun. But why not just take a peak on those surprises just a bit.


Just about an hour ago Rovio and Chrome released Angry Birds for Chrome. As a JavaScript / HTML5 guy, I quickly jumped into the code to see how things worked.

I was quickly able to find a hack that gave me access to all the levels, even the special Chrome levels! So to get access to all levels in Chrome Angry Birds, just copy and paste the following line into your browser’s address bar.
javascript: var i = 0; while (i<=69) { localStorage.setItem('level_star_'+i,'3'); i++; } window.location.reload();
To set all levels to locked, simply copy and paste this into your address bar:
javascript: var i = 1; while (i<=69) { localStorage.setItem('level_star_'+i,'-1'); i++; } window.location.reload()
In the talk Rovio did at Google IO, they mentioned they were using HTML5′s LocalStorage. If you open up Web Inspector in chrome, you’ll see they are keeping track of your score and stars with localstorage. Lucky for us, that means we can use setItem() set all 70 levels to 3 and get access to them all.

No,it’s not the end of the world or about Osama’s death. It’s a new Filipino TV show!

Yes that’s right! The Filipino TV series that aired yesterday 100 Days to Heaven topped on Twitter trends. I was surprised to discover that on the first day of airing, the show gained so much attention, making it on top on Twitter trends.

Ms. Anna Manalastas (portrayed by Coney Reyes) is the mean, icy and cunning owner of a toy empire. One day, the car she is in explodes. Upon her death, Anna realizes she is about to go to Hell. But being a good negotiator, she strikes a deal with the Gate Keeper to give her a second chance at earning a ticket to Heaven. Anna is given 100 days to do good to those she had wronged in her life. But it won’t be as easy as she expects. Once on earth, she realizes that she is not back as her old self but as a helpless 7-year old(portrayed by Xyriel Manabat). Witness how a child with a cold heart resolves her issues on her way to the gates of heaven.(

The funny thing about this incident is that non-Filipino users are relating #100daystoheaven to Osama Bin Laden’s death. Isn’t it hilarious? I was seeing foreigners posting video links of bin Laden. They also thought it’s the end of the world. I found a post saying “Are we gonna die soon?The good thing about having a worldwide trending topic like this is that Filipinos can relate to it while foreigners go crazy!

Now I can say that Filipinos are really fond of watching new shows. I don’t know if it’s just curiosity that drives them, or it’s just a great show. I congratulate all the people behind 100 Days to Heaven for doing such a wonderful pilot episode. I'm looking forward for this everyday!

Early this morning I was surprised when I found out via News Feeds that Facebook has implemented a new scheme of tagging your friends on a post. You can now tag your friends without using the @ symbol. Now users can change the length of a specific tag within a status update by deleting parts of their friend's name. This could have a very big impact in status update experience.
The tagging of a user make it easier for people who see the status to click through to your friend’s profile. More important is that your friend will now be notified that he or she was tagged in your status.

Facebook often strives to mimic communication in the physical world when designing its products. When mentioning a friend in conversation with mutual friends we often use only part of their name, but use the full name when speaking to those unfamiliar with that person. Now, the same option to choose how much of a name is mentioned depending on context is available in post tagging.(Josh Constine)

Release on May 4, 2011
“Horror movie po ito!," Cristine said, one time when she plugged her movie at Showtime. I can’t help but laugh about her statement. She said it like there’s something’s wrong with the title. I mean, the title isn’t that dirty or malicious in anyway (sort of J). It’s a good thing Cristine is doing a horror film for a change. It’s not every day we hear her screaming in vain. It’s one way of spicing things up for her career.

In the movie, Cristine Reyes is playing as Grace, wife of Ronnie who is played by Carlo Aquino. They are a newlywed couple fortunate enough to have a decent condominium unit from Ronnie’s deceased father. Little they know that this unit is inhabited by strange tenants. Grace starts to experience haunting and sightings, not to mention an incubus. As the occurrence progress, she discovers that the building was built on a “TUMBOK,” a convergence of three roads which is believed to be unlucky. Tragic deaths happen caused by Mark, the building caretaker who turns out to be the devil trapping souls into the vortex. He is also the incubus that makes love to Grace. To have a glimpse of the movie, you may want to watch the trailer below (via VIVAentertainment001).

After watching the trailer, I was impressed to see something fresh and original. The total atmosphere is realistic and fascinating. The style of Direct Topel Lee is similar to Asian Horror films I’ve watched. All the suspense and subtle thrill will give you goose bumps. Another good point about this film is infusing the mystics of Filipino superstitious belief and the unknown. It’s a sure win for moviegoers who want horror film. So what are you waiting for? Find yourself a ticket and watch "TUMBOK" on movie houses near you!

‘Pak! Pak! My Dr. Kwak!’, under the direction of Tony Y. Reyes is totally a blockbuster after earning Php 15 Million on its first day of screening. It’s the first movie pairing of Vic Sotto and Bea Alonzo. Also in this movie are the child wonders Zaijan Jaranilla and Xyriel Manabat and comedians Pokwang, the Wally and Jose duo. With its powerhouse cast, it’s not a surprise to have a hilarious time watching the movie.

The movie will engage in conflicts between science and faith. The belief of Filipinos on mystics has always been rooted to culture. Vic Sotto as a quack doctor and Bea Alonzo as a medical doctor will have a feud. Both will fight for their beliefs but will later find themselves fighting for love they develop to each other. Another romantic subplot of the movie is between Zaijan and Xyriel. Zaijan Jaranilla on the other hand will play as an angel, giving a fantasy appeal in the story.­­

A movie like this has been part of the industry, to which we play along. This is part of our culture and the Philippine cinema, making money to something shallow. I have not personally watched the film but I think it’s good. I hope that in the future we can make more movies. Not only can we watch a miraculous boy doing all the movie magic, but even better.

It’s just one hundred forty characters away to tell the world your fairytale story!

Twitter has also been so popular over time. With its simplicity and elegance who would ever think that it would be a great hit. With the introduction of Twitter in the cyberspace, things have changed a lot. It’s now easier for us to know about business, politics, entertainment and even royalties.

The William and Kate nuptial, or others call it “The Wedding of the Century”, has gained so much traffic over the Internet from major search engines and social networks. This became evident to worldwide trending topics on Twitter related to the royal wedding. The heaviest tweets came from London, New York and Toronto, to name a few. Topics include William & Kate, #RoyalWedding, and #RW11 that reached over a million tweets during the ceremony.

The immense traffic bought by this event is overwhelming. What astounds me more is when “THEY KISSED” on the balcony of the Buckingham Palace, as users tweeted it simultaneously. It’s like reading a fairytale love story happening in real time. This modern day couple has changed the world and made us believe again for a happy ending.