Out of The Box, Mano Amiga and Meta, previously the Facebook company, launch mentorship program to support community advocacies
Alpha-Lipids is the new booster for a child’s brain dev’t
Alpha-Lipids is crucial in promoting faster brain connections.
Hidilyn lands podium finish too on Facebook, PH 4th loudest country
Even on Facebook, the Philippines had its winningest Olympic moment.
Garnier advances #OneGreenStep with Lazada, nonprofit CORA
Garnier advances #OneGreenStep with plastic-free packaging from Lazada
After Hidilyn, PH bags ‘Gold’ in Olympics chatter on Facebook
PH sits as the country that talks most about the Olympics on Facebook.
Facebook announces new tools to help Filipinos get credible Covid-19 vaccine info
These new Facebook features help connect users to credible information about vaccines and provide more accurate Covid-19 info.
100 Days without Facebook
Is there a way to have a Facebook profile without growing too attached to it? Maybe a Facebook detox can help.
Online Harassment: Dawn of Justice
Editor’s Note: This is the sequel to Tricia’s article: The Best Defenses v Online Harassment I was attentively observing in the mirror what the guy was doing behind me. My mind raced to recall self-defense moves from Mr. Miyagi and Mr. Han of Karate Kid movies as I remembered a number of rape cases that…
The Best Defenses v Online Harassment
It was the most uncalled-for comment I encountered on a Facebook post I uploaded on Monday, March 21, 2016. Worse, when I saw it, it had been there for an hour already. I cringed and felt so helpless and hurt knowing at the back of my mind that oftentimes when a woman gets disrespected and…
3.5 Degrees of Connection in Mt. Pulag
Here was the theory before from Frigyes Karinthy in 1929: any two people in the world can meet together through six steps with the help of a friend of a friend. It’s the six degrees of separation. Citing research data from virtual friendships, Facebook now claims that from six, it’s down to just 3.5 degrees, making it…
Separation of Decency and Cyberbullying
I woke up to my Facebook timeline with all sorts of opinions, arguments and analysis about the gathering of Iglesia ni Cristo members in EDSA. In social media, everything has something to say. If I’m reading it right, many have become overnight experts as well. This should be a healthy indication of democracy, right? But…
Ispokening Dollar: ‘Weird Affectation’ sa Wikang Ingles
Pangmayaman daw ang wikang Ingles. At aminin man natin o hindi, mababa ang tingin ng marami sa sarili nilang wika. Jologs pa nga kung ituring ng iba.
I’m Quitting Tinder
“The New York Times makes a big deal out of Tinder,” reads my own Tinder profile. After much egging from my friends, it was the New York Times that convinced me to download the app. It published Op-Eds, Modern Love columns, and Feature articles on the increasingly popular dating app, offering perspectives that ranged from…
That Thing Called Hinagpis by Antoinette Jadaone
Hinagpis ng isang Babaeng Iniwan na Nga, Ipinagpalit pa sa Pangit “Ang kapal ng mukha nya! Taga-UP ako ha. At hindi lang taga-UP, cum laude pa ako! Tapos ipagpapalit lang nya ako dun sa pangit na yun na ewan ko kung saan galing? Ang pangit nya ha, as in grabeng pangit! Tignan mo yung Facebook…
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