How Long Were You Online On Christmas Day?

Gizmodo says;

Two-thirds of adults will be online [on Christmas Day] for an average of 84 minutes…

Most probable online activities: chatting, conversing, or even video conferencing with family and friends via instant messenger programs (Skype, Yahoo! Mesenger, MSN Messenger, etc.); emailing or posting those holiday photos to online albums; logging in to check or update your online profiles at social networking websites such as Facebook, Multiply, MySpace, Friendster, Plurk, etcetera; blogging – to name a few.

Obviously, I was also reading I came across a nifty article: How To Use Your New Digital Camera.

Teh sun is finally out and there is a constant cool breeze. I’ve been itching all week to take a stroll and some outdoor snap shots. The nearby town plaza with the municipal hall and the San Antonio de Padua church, surrounded by Spanish colonial era styled houses, are great subjects. Inshallah, the excellent weather lasts until evening, when the purrty lights come on.

Says Wikipedia, on Pila, Laguna;

The National Historical Institute of the Philippines declared the town plaza and surrounding ancestral houses a National Historical Landmark on May 17, 2000. Two years later, on July 9, 2002, the Diocese of San Pablo proclaimed the parish church of San Antonio de Padua de Pila as the Diocesan Shrine of St. Anthony. According to Philippine historian, Dr. Luciano Santiago, it is the only town in the Philippines that is formally recognized as a historical site by both the church and the state.