The damage has been done. I could only hope that every thinking Filipino — netizen or not — and world leaders like Obama will have a grain of salt handy whenever they digest “news” from reporters, local or foreign. Continue reading Lost in translation: who fueled the Duterte – Obama misunderstanding?
If the government’s existing Cybercrime Prevention Act does not cover “cybercrassness”, then we should at least be responsible enough to police our own ranks. Continue reading Excuse me, but your (online) manners are showing
Since the fault line takes every 400 to 600 years to have a disturbance, then we are due for another big one in about four decades. Continue reading The West Valley Fault line and why we should care
I closed my eyes, thinking it will give me an idea how a blind person can enjoy watching a movie. A few seconds into the attempt, I wanted to knock myself in the head for even trying. What was I thinking? I realized I could never appreciate the audio description that came with the film “Hugo”, no matter how much I try. I know that … Continue reading Audio description: movies for those who can’t see and hear
The euphoria over Gilas Pilipinas’ silver finish in the FIBA Asia Championship will probably stay in the memories of this generation for a long time. What most people don’t know, however, is that we almost didn’t witness how our gallant players do it in the flesh! FIBA, being the global organization that governs international basketball competition rules, has very strict policies in choosing the right … Continue reading We almost didn’t see FIBA Asia live