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The title of this piece is one of the ultimate conversation spoilers when we talk politics, especially these times when we wish to hold the President, senators, congressmen and their fake NGOs accountable for the outrageous amount of pork barrel funds they abused or plundered.
The mostly educated fall prey for this rather simplistic and erroneous phrase and in the process let the crooks and plunderers get away with murder. It is a not-so-smart smartass retort that we should pin down and take out from our political vocabulary.
Alan Soon, Yahoo! Southeast Asia managing editor, today spoke at the Yahoo! Philippines forum on social media and shared his insights on the role of social media in the elections and in news-gathering.
In his talk titled “The NOW revolution”, Soon shared his eight tips for covering the elections, the social media way:
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.