Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Sunday, April 16, 2006,

Dan-el Padilla, Illegal at Princeton
Personal comment on an Article published on The Wall Street Journal.

During the second week of my class, Introduction to Popular Culture, we had an interesting discussion about immigration. What made the discussion interesting to me was the diverse points of view of all my classmates, who are mostly foreigners or born in the USA but from foreign background. Another lazy (as usual) Sunday morning, I came across a great article about the story of young boy, believe it or not "Dominican", who is an Illegal Immigrant at Princeton. Below the link to the story:

WSJ.com - Illegal at Princeton

Please read within 7 days. A friend from work who is a subscriber to this newspaper send me the link. Enjoy!

After I started the blog, I did not write for nearly two weeks. I started very enthusiastic and then I just drop the ball. Reading The Washington Post on a rather lazy Sunday morning (April 9, 2006) I found an article discussing the usage of blog sites to increase productivity. I visited some of the blogs (very good for procrastinators like myself). The Washington Post was refering to blogs that are focused on getting organized, below is the link to the article that includes a small list of sites:


I think this would be useful information to exchange with my fellow classmates. Ciao!

Sunday, April 09, 2006

This picture was the last picture taken before I cutted my hair. Spring came and with it the idea of cutting my hair, go for a more natural look. I did cut my hair but I haven't had my picture taken since. So a new picture will be posted soon......
Sunday, April 9, 2006 10:40 am.

Hey Friends,
The first post in my blog, it feels like a newborn baby. My mind is wandering around with so many thoughs I want to write. It's an unventful Sunday morning, doing the usual. Of course, first thing is to do my Starbucks run, and grab the Sunday Times & Washington Post. I came back home, hands full, and put on the Sunday show on channel 9, a sort of 60 minutes, but with less heavy content. After my Sunday morning ritual, I ended up reviewing my assignments for the week, and creating the blog came out it.