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Bayanihan of Filipino bloggers

Margaret Mead reminds cynics: Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. An unknown author meanwhile offers this advice: If you want to be incrementally better: Be competitive. If you want to be exponentially better: Be cooperative. Inspired by these words and […]

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Satur Ocampo, activist and netizen

Ka Satur Ocampo, the respected leftist statesman running for the Senate this year, doesn’t look and act like he’s 70 years old, which he already is. His endurance is obvious in his active leadership and participation in street protests. He’s young at heart, remaining true to the hopefulness of the ranks of young Filipinos to […]

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100 days left before May 10 elections

The elections are just 100 days away. To mark the occasion and to provide netizens a venue to share their views on elections issues, 40 folks (so far) have joined the group blog and collaborative project called 100ARAW.com. I am proud to be among these folks who come from various backgrounds.

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Blogfest.asia gathers Asian bloggers

Scores of bloggers and social media users, joined by vendors and various organizations, gathered from Nov. 5-8 in Hong Kong’s Henry Leong Community Center for Blogfest.asia, arguably the first gathering of bloggers from across Asia. Participants came from a good number of countries and territories: Vietnam, Taiwan, Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Kyrgyzstan, […]

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