Things I Want To Do

  1. Meet Bill Gates.
  2. Meet Steve Jobs.
  3. Meet Linus Torvalds.
  4. Meet a WWE superstar.
    1. Rey Mysterio
    2. Triple H
    3. Batista
    4. The Undertaker
    5. Cena
  5. See the planets through a telescope.
  6. Become a Microsoft employee.
  7. Become the next Bill Gates.
  8. Witness a lunar eclipse.
  9. Get myself a telescope.
  10. See a comet.
  11. Witness a meteor shower.
  12. Attend a live performance of Beethoven’s Ninth and/or Mahler’s Eighth.
  13. Get myself a girlfriend.
  14. Get married.
  15. Have kids a happy family.
  16. Become an Internet celebrity.
  17. See the Windows source code.
  18. Visit Google and Apple and maybe work with them (by being an employee).
  19. Travel around the world (Egypt, USA, France, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Italy, Germany, Austria, United Kingdom)
  20. Be with people close to me when “it” happens.
  1. July 11, 2007 at 5:25 pm

    how about linus torvalds? james gosling? 😉

  2. July 12, 2007 at 8:51 am

    Yes, it would also be nice if I get to meet Linus. I heard he’s a fascinating person. And he’s funny, too. 🙂 I would add that to my list.

  3. KaSs
    August 11, 2007 at 9:22 am

    how would u have kids kung wla kang wifey? cguro dpat nklgay din na gs2 mo ng wifey kua jayjay.. ^_^

  4. aica
    October 2, 2007 at 12:33 am

    ^^^^^: oo nga naman!:D

  5. Rom
    November 17, 2007 at 7:45 pm

    #6 you can’t be the next Bill Gates by being a MIcrosoft employee. Start your own company instead.

    #13 is easy. Just do something crazy like the Numa-numa kid and upload video to youtube.

    #14 do you really want to see it? What will do you after?

  6. Rom
    November 17, 2007 at 7:45 pm

    #14 I meant, what will you do with it after? 😀

  7. November 17, 2007 at 7:54 pm


    Re #6: I guess so. But I’d still want to work in Microsoft. Working in Google sounds neat, too.

    Re #14: Maybe when I acquire the knowledge, I would scrap the entire thing and rewrite it. 😀 Microsoft should begin looking forward and stop supporting legacy technologies. It prevents them from really going forward. Support legacy tech using virtualization/emulation/whatever. My two cents.

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