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Raftr allows people to talk about the world’s unfolding stories

Ciara Alarcon

Finally, there’s a social media platform that will allow us to forget all the nonsense, and just talk about what matters the most.

Typhoon Glenda Brings Strong Winds to Eastwood City

Lionell Go Macahilig

Internationally known as Rammasun, Typhoon Glenda brought strong winds to Metro Manila, placing it under public storm signal number 3. Eastwood City, the most popular and the closest place to where we work, was also affected by the typhoon.

The Facebook IPO – What It Means & What’s Next

Rico Cruz

It’s only been less than a month since the social networking giant raised billions in its initial public offering, but the repercussions have already surfaced, hinting at Facebook’s future exploits

Of Facebook Hoaxes And Their Implications

Lionell Go Macahilig

While social networking sites like Facebook have been a rich and convenient source of relevant information, they have been rife with hoaxes as well. This post identifies three of them and their possible implications.

Viral Tourism: Philippines, You're Doing It Right

Rico Cruz

After months of speculation, the Department of Tourism has finally released its much-anticipated new slogan for the Philippines: “Its More Fun in the Philippines.” The tagline and accompanying images have exploded all over the Internet, showing the Filipino’s knack for taking things viral.

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