The internet can turn any event, including death, into a social trend and collective thinking.
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Expecting the ‘dirtiest and most vicious’ PH elections yet, social media remains a battleground for 2022
Less than 6 months away to the official National Election period, buzz around the net shows mixed insights and discourse among the Filipino electorate.
Ang pag-usbong ng mga social media star, at kung paano natin ito kinokonsumo
Dahil bigo ang gobyernong maayos na lutasin ang pandemya, higit na mas madali para sa ating makaugnay sa kinathang daigdig na ito kung saan malaya pa rin tayong nakakagalaw.
The Absurdity of Social Media Arrogance
In times where advocacy is grossly platformed in social media, it cannot be denied that a lot of self-righteous personages emerged from the flickers and clacks of their computer screens and keyboards.
Bashing Buknoy Glamurrr
It cannot be denied that the controversy of Andrew Luis Lapid (aka Buknoy Glamurrr) surfaced numerous expressions of hate and further discrimination towards the queer community.
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…
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