Ang Hepatitis B at ang Adbokasiya sa Pilipinas

by Christopher Malco Advocacy. Hinanap ko sa Google ang akmang kahulugan nito sa Tagalog, pero wala akong mapili sa mga kahulugang ipinakita doon. Siguro nga sa lalim at lawak ng kahulugan nito, wala pang sinuman ang nangahas bumuo ng salita para dito. Kaya hayaan nyo na lang akong gamitin ang salitang “adbokasiya”. Ang adbokasiya ay […]

English Translation : The 2015 State of the Nation Address #SONA2015

Here is the video of the SONA Source of the English translation from gov.ph website. The original transcript is here. [English] Benigno S. Aquino III, Sixth State of the Nation Address, July 27, 2015 July 27, 2015 State of the Nation Address of His Excellency Benigno S. Aquino III President of the Philippines To the […]

#SONA2015 : Netizens weigh in on the lies of PNoy’s State of the Nation’s Address #SONAngaling

There were two hashtags for the 6th State of the Nation Address (SONA): The #SONA2015 and #SONAngaling. At the conclusion of his SONA , I could hear boos and then signs raised by the Makabayan block. The President merely looked on:   Many netizens believed this was the most truthful part of the SONA. Many […]

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Ang Hepatitis B at ang Adbokasiya sa Pilipinas

by Christopher Malco Advocacy. Hinanap ko sa Google ang akmang kahulugan nito sa Tagalog, pero wala akong mapili sa mga kahulugang ipinakita doon. Siguro nga sa lalim at lawak ng kahulugan nito, wala pang sinuman ang nangahas bumuo ng salita para dito. Kaya hayaan nyo na lang akong gamitin ang salitang “adbokasiya”. Ang adbokasiya ay […]

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English Translation : The 2015 State of the Nation Address #SONA2015

Here is the video of the SONA Source of the English translation from gov.ph website. The original transcript is here. [English] Benigno S. Aquino III, Sixth State of the Nation Address, July 27, 2015 July 27, 2015 State of the Nation Address of His Excellency Benigno S. Aquino III President of the Philippines To the […]

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#SONA2015 : Netizens weigh in on the lies of PNoy’s State of the Nation’s Address #SONAngaling

There were two hashtags for the 6th State of the Nation Address (SONA): The #SONA2015 and #SONAngaling. At the conclusion of his SONA , I could hear boos and then signs raised by the Makabayan block. The President merely looked on:   Many netizens believed this was the most truthful part of the SONA. Many […]

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#SONA2015: Has President Aquino fulfilled his promises?

Blog Watch takes a look at President Aquino’s promises from the time he was running as a candidate to the time of his oath taking as 15th president of the Republic of the Philippines. These 24 promises were compiled by Blog Watch in June 2010. The fact that these all came from his own mouth makes […]

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Position paper on upcoming Memorandum Circular on minimum broadband speeds by the NTC

This is the position paper by the Philippine Web Designers Organization (PWDO), Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP), Philippine Game Developers Community (PGDC), Philippine Flash ActionScripters (Phlashers) and Philippine Internet Freedom Alliance (PIFA) on the upcoming Memorandum Circular (MC) on Minimum Broadband Speeds by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) – July 21, 2015 Ntc […]

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What are we really looking for in the next president? #juanvote

by Dean de la Paz, as originally posted on Blog Watch, Philippine Online Chronicles There are some who imagine that in our latent political arena, the curse of the dumb electorate that exercises his rights and duties of suffrage lackadaisically with little thought applied to more profound matters like social and economic development, his impetus […]

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Are we still “Bobotante”? #juanvote

by Dean de la Paz, as originally posted on Blog Watch/Philippine Online Chronicles Two politicians are almost certain to be at loggerheads in the presidential race in 2016. One has virtually been declared a candidate by his mother, his followers and the officials of the partisan ruling party of which the sitting president is a […]

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Social media without the internet – will it ever go mainstream?

By Jane T. Uymatiao, as originally published on Blog Watch, Philippine Online Chronicles At Blog Watch, we have long realized that staying online is not going to be good enough, not just for advocacy but also because there is a pressing need to extend communication and engagement beyond the reach of the internet for emergencies […]

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