We concerned Filipino bloggers stand for the rights to free expression and to free speech. And our first responsibility is to protect these rights. We thus stand with Rappler, its right to exist, the rights of its working journalists and contributors, and the rights of its community of readers. We stand against moves to silence […]
It’s not gonna bring you any good.
On Monday, join the Million People March to express your disgust on the pork barrel scam. A straightforward solution to this mess will not come easy, but the collective disappointment of a million people sends a clear message—this has got to stop. Monday, the 26th of August—is National Heroes Day. A great day to be […]
I’ve yet to mention on this blog (because I don’t blog!) that I’ve been working for the PCIJ for several months now, handling web–related matters and other tech–related things. It took me time to finally join one of our beyond–the–office activities, and this was it—the second year anniversary of the Maguindanao Massacre. It was also […]
Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.
Yes, this is a review of that movie. Though it was Hana’s idea to watch this Aga Muhlach–Angel Locsin starrer, it was worth watching after all, at the very least. Let me sum up what I think about it in five bullet points.
Do we need a national bloggers association? There has been so much talk about this that I feel the need to throw in my own two cents. But instead of raising every possible reason to make it seem like an unnecessary undertaking, I’ll just quote what has already been said by fellow bloggers. I’ll just […]
You are exactly where your father should’ve been three decades ago — and you should always remember that. In the past few weeks, I’m sure all forms of political ass–kissing has come your way. Some may expect that you owe them a favor for supporting your spectacular rise to the presidency, but please be reminded […]
Yellow is my color of hope. What’s yours? (I know I should’ve posted this on the 25th but I was away for work. And who would rather blog while in Boracay?)
Last week, Conan O’Brien’s run with NBC’s “The Tonight Show” abruptly came to a halt after what many consider a wrong move by the network’s top executives. It was a sweet seven–month run, and I don’t think the show will ever be as fun again. Not with Leno doing it. But you’ve got to give […]