Says it all.
First found these notebooks in Fully Booked last year under fifty pesos apiece. The cover illustrations by Joanne de Leon are originally for Antukin: Philippine Folk Songs and Lullabyes compiled Read more ›
Update (05/25/09): The Philippine Star reports that President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has lifted the book tax imposed by the Department of Finance / Bureau of Customs. Also, a postscript from Robin Read more ›
Warning: comparing Twitter and Plurk is messy. Both are different things to different people, and unless these people agree to disagree the debate will never end. Here’s my response to Read more ›
The perks: doing what I love anytime, anywhere, in anything. The hazards: in pictures below.
Yesterday I learned Philippine television giant ABS-CBN has signed an advertising deal with social networking site Multiply. The official press release writes: The partnership allows Multiply to monetize a significant Read more ›
Tagged the mobile phone made exclusively for Filipinos, the MC1 is essentially any ordinary cellphone with one additional feature: you can make missed calls on purpose. To understand the true Read more ›
I am. And I’m pretty excited to find a Taga-Q.C. as a blog so specific yet so close to home. The content’s surprisingly good. I would love to see more Read more ›
In second year high school, when we studied El Filibusterismo by Jose Rizal, my classmates had yet another proof that I was mataray when I disagreed with the notion that Read more ›