Which Websites Do You Visit The Most and Why?

January 8, 2010

While watching Celebrity Big Brother, which is actually quite jokes this time around and at the same time browsing the net (yep multi-tasking), i took a look at the tabs i have open and decided that i would write a short post about the sites that i use most regularly (bookmarks).
So what sites do you visit most frequently and it would be interesting to know what everyone has as their home page too!

So my home page is Google (durr) and generally i don’t use Google unless i am researching, so my first click will be towards a bookmark in my toolbar. Now, we all have that one site which we click to before we click anything else, and for a long time mine was Twitter, but for the last few days, my first click is of course… this one (my blog that is). Read the rest of this entry »


Who Says I Have To Work To Your Schedule?

January 7, 2010

If you have read my blog the last few days you would have noticed that i) i have returned from a dormant phase in the blogersphere and ii) i have set myself a 21 day challenge to test out the theory that if you do something every day for 21 days it will become a habit.

Well it’s Day 3 of my challenge and it’s going well at the moment as i have been to the gym every day this week (twice yesterday actually), im eating healthy and im also, as you can see, blogging daily too.
Rather than bore you with the salad that i ate today or how many reps i did with a dumbbell, i think it’s about time i got you people thinking. Now how can i do that? I didn’t think of this whilst in the sauna this evening, as i have spoken about this topic with people previously, but i would like to get your thoughts about the working week and the infamous eight hour day.

As it stands in the UK, the standing working week is eight hours per day and five days per week. In this time we are to achieve whatever tasks our job relies upon so that we can be set free for our two days off. Read the rest of this entry »


21 Days To Create A Habit – My Challenge

January 5, 2010

Yesterday i decided to get back into the blog game, i was actually sitting in the steam room at the leisure center when i began to brainstorm. I hadn’t written a decent post in a while and where the majority of my readers type the iamluca url and expect to watch a new music video or free download, i hate to disappoint but that chapter has taken a leap off a 80 story tower block. If you do want your daily Urban Music fix i suggest you check out my good friends at Team Supreme, cos they have the Urban Music Blog game locked down.

Back to the story now; so i am sitting in the steam room, towel over my head and all that, deep breaths soaking up the aroma and Aloe Vera the chap next to me has sprayed, when i remembered something that Andrew Davis told me a few weeks back. Now for reference, Andrew is a mentor, a colleague of mine, and the creator of The Worst Kept Secret.

“If you do something 21 days in a row it becomes a habit.” Andrew stated. I don’t usually question Andrew, i prefer to just Google something and i haven’t yet found a time when he speaks out of his arse so i can take his statements as a valid argument. Read the rest of this entry »


Get Off The Bench And Into The Game!

January 4, 2010

On the 24th March 2009 i had the idea to create a blog. My words at the time in my first post were “I created this blog with an idea of what i was going to chat about, but more of a decision to just get on it and get busy with it. Blogs are happening and people are reading them… which means there are people that wanna know more about something and for me that’s an opportunity in itself.” Intuitive right? That’s what i thought…

That was as Andrew Davis says, “Getting off the bench and into the Game.” For the first few weeks i was blogging about anything and everything, but in time i realized the gap i saw was that no-one on the South Coast (where i was living at the time) was blogging at all. More to point, no-one was talking about the entertainment scene, and it got me questioning.. If no-one is talking about it, then how can anyone outside of those towns know about it? That’s where i guess i wanted to start. Read the rest of this entry »


Enterprise Challenge 2009 (Watch at 3mins in)

December 18, 2009

The kind people at Portsmouth Universities Enterprise Department sent me the video edit of the 2009 Enterprise Challenge with the tag line “You are in it.” About 3 minutes in, you’ll notice this handsome character with an awesome hair cut. That would be moi!

To be honest i am actually quite impressed with my attire and the professional presentation. Shame that business idea didn’t go much further. Thanks a lot to Portsmouth University; Sarah Mead, Tony Greatbatch, Simon Brookes and Richard Sant.

Big up Erlen Masson aka JR aka Mr. Loud Ent. Doing big things with Loud Entertainment!


Mistajam Raising Prostate Cancer Awareness

December 1, 2009

For those of you that are not already ready aware, November, is also known as Movember, as the month to raise money for a charity of your choice by growing a slug across your top lip.

So my boy DJ Grind has been growing a beast of a beard for the whole month to raise awareness for Prostate Cancer, and while tomorrow being the 1st of December, meaning he technically should be cleaning the up the tramp look, i personally think he should keep the scruff… So does Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s MistaJam

Myself and Team Supreme are also reaching out to any Artists or influential people that are interested in supporting the cause. if you wish to record a similar video drop, please please do, and send it to either myself, info@iamluca.co.uk or directly to DJ Grind at djgrind@djgrind.co.uk.

Hit the jump for a video from Master Shortie supporting the cause also!

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Polar Bears – Plane Stupid (Video)

November 20, 2009

It’s been an age since i blogged

We have a problem. We’re flying too much, and it’s changing the earth’s climate. Aviation is the fastest growing cause of climate change. But instead of doing anything about it, the Government is planning more flights and larger airports.