Tala Ko


Tala” is Filipino for “record” and also for “star,” and “ko” is “my” or “mine.”

I’m Kat, and I like learning. :) For a little more backstory on this blog, check out this entry and the first entry.

Just a quick explanation of the blog’s main categories:

Tala entries are about day-to-day experiences involving science and technology: stuff I learn, things in the news, random thoughts, what happened today – in short, your run-of-the-mill blog entry.

Reviews are just that.

Clips are interesting tidbits found and posted through Clipmarks.

Wikiwalking is a log of the Wikipedia articles I’ve read today. Every time I go there, something like this happens.


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