This Website

It’s been awhile. The saga continues (sort of) in, EJ Padero dot Com: Volume 2 over at:

Here’s where (this) story ends – The Sundays

Thanks for everything.

walk awayThis blog is broken and its cycle has ended. All that it was, will remain. Unchanged. Such is the past. To be free and happy, this is where this story ends.

Again, as Coelho wrote about Closing Cycles:

Not because of pride, incapacity or arrogance, but simply because that no longer fits your life. Shut the door, change the record, clean the house, shake off the dust.

Stop being who you were, and change into who you are.

Coming Soon: EJ Padero dot Com: Volume 2.

October 15, 2009: No kidding. I really broke this blog by accident. (more…)

Starting some time after 6:07 A. M. last Friday, went offline due to having reached its current web hosting plan’s maximum monthly bandwidth of 1 GB. Great news! More hits, more exposure! All the more momentum in achieving my plans of WWW domination!

So anyway, although I was already expecting this website to exceed its monthly bandwidth limit soon (after viewing log files like any competent webmaster should), I didn’t get any warning or alert from my web host when the limit was reached and it was already after banking hours on Friday that I discovered this website had already gone offline.

At least my web host’s round the clock technical support was still reliable as ever and I was able to coordinate on how to upgrade my web hosting plan. It being a long weekend with Monday being a bank holiday and I being the old man that I am by being too tired to go pay for the upgrade yesterday (after a 30-minute weight workout and a 30-minute jog) – it was only today that I was able to haul my fat ass to the bank.

So now, we’re back online and packed with double the punch as before to accomodate more hits, more friends, more fiends. Yay.

My post about The Bourne Ultimatum was picked up and linked by a review on CNN. 😉


Review: ‘Bourne’ a thrill-a-minute powerhouse [ ]

Welcome to EJ Padero dot Com! It took me a decade to decide on this and finally push through with it.

Easter 2007: Somewhere in Tagaytay, Batangas

From the raw, html-coded, and not very flattering beginnings of my first geeky homepage named My Dom@in at the old GeoCities community website ten years ago, I’ve been through a bunch of other personal website themes/layouts (EJ’s Notebook, Grayscale,, and Wasapers) and various web hosts (Tripod, Heyey!, and FiestaHosting) since. Who hasn’t? There have also been some websites I’ve helped out with for some nice people.

This domain is where I hope to settle and build my own mini empire online, for keeps.


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