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PinoyWeekly: Tagumpay ng student-bloggers at malayang pamamahayag

Ni ANTHONY IAN CRUZ Pinoy Weekly Enero 18, 2009 MATAPOS magreklamo ang ilang magulang, pinigilan na ng panrehiyong tanggapan ng Department of Education-National Capital Region ang parusang sampung araw na suspensyon na ipinataw kamakailan sa apat na estudyante ng Quezon City Science High School (QCSHS). Nakatakda sanang ipatupad ang suspensyon sa mga estudyante simula ngayong […]

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Technology and citizen journalism

Last Saturday, the online newsmagazine Pinoy Weekly and several other groups convened the Pinoy Citizen Journalism Seminar at the University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City. Here is the presentation I shared with the participants: Technology and Citizen Journalism View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: internet social)

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Burmese blogger sentenced to 20 years in jail

Human rights and free expression advocates across the world are raising a howl over the jail term of 20 years and six months against a Burmese blogger who reported about events in Burma which remains under the rule of a military junta. Other journalists and activists were meted with jail sentences of up to 65 […]

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‘Addicted’ to US elections, will we recover?

The long US presidential campaign finally ends next week when Americans finally cast their votes on Nov. 4 to choose their next leader. But will we all recover to this new addiction? Will we get rehabilitated soon enough from news, commentary and features about the race between a Democrat who would be the first black […]

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Filipinos join Blog Action Day

Thank you to everyone who joined the Blog Action Day 2008 here in the Philippines. This flurry of blogging about poverty continues for yet a few hours in other parts of the world. Here’s a sampling of what Filipino bloggers wanted to say: Walang Iwanan: Kahirapan at ang Ilusyon ng Corporate Social Responsibility Fight Against […]

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