Marcos 'Bong' Carpio Official Website of Marcos 'Bong' Carpio Home Page
104 Mexico Avenue
Originally created as a stock market and finance informational page hosted by a Makati, Metro-Manila-based ISP -Epic Net- way back in 1994 as Kupitero's Keep, it is now on its 26th year on the web.

The web author also hosted an electronic bulletin board service (EBBS) in Manila in the late 70s till the early 90s -both MS-DOS & Mac OS platforms- before the Internet became mainstream.

Since 2011 (revision 10), this site has been running on a 'responsive' template, HTML5/CSS3-coded, SmartTV-viewable (up to UHD 8K) and works on all modern browsers - Opera, MS Edge, IE 8 to 11, Google Chrome, Apple's Safari, Firefox, Amazon Silk, Vivaldi and other latest, open-source browsers like Chromium, Blackhawk, Gnome, Midori, etc..

This site is also mobile-friendly and works on any Apple iOS gadget, any Windows 7.x to 10.x series of devices, Amazon's Fire/Kindle devices, virtually all flavors of Google's Android in tablets, phones, gizmos as well as most Linux boxes and project kits.

Photos, audio files and videos are all optimized for the web, loads very fast with fall-back support for Flash-enabled devices as well as for legacy media players found in some browsers.

Lastly, this website is totally ad-free - no annoying pop-ups, no misleading links to ads, no AdSense & no ad BS…the way the Internet was intended to be.

The web author recommends the use of the latest version of Opera browser for its built-in VPN and ad-blocking features.

Thanks for visiting!

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Looking for that rare part or vintage peripheral for your Apple/Mac or PC collection and couldn't find it at eBay or Amazon? Go ahead and browse my 'retro-tech' mini-store and you might be surprised to find it there!
Old computers and various techno-junks that the web author had acquired over the years (the PC era). Some are fascinating while others are simply intriguing gadgets/devices—before and after the Internet became mainstream.
The watershed era for the personal computer industry will always be the days when Apple (1976) and Microsoft (1975) were founded. Until today, both companies represent the best in PC hardware and software.

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