An illogical network of roads densely populated with speed demon bus drivers, VIP convoys, and suicidal pedestrians make it easy to see the need for another means of transport through Metro Manila.
Do you wonder what a 19-year old female student/model/blogger, an 18-year-old male art student/dancer/slacker, a 21-year old female slumber doll and a 22-year old fashion eater/nurse have in common aside from residing in Manila?
“Well it’s really like Twitter — but it’s a micro blog with a tune!”, comments Chico Limjap, a 29-year-old self-professed Blip addict and amateur photographer. “You can also give props to other Blip DJ’s if they played a track you like!” Read More
When I first heard about Pelicola.tv, I thought it was like a video-sharing website where users can upload videos like they do on YouTube and Vimeo. I was wrong, and I’m glad the site was completely different from what I had imagined it to be. The site features original and quality content shot in high definition. From checking out the site and its channels, you can see how much effort was put into producing the videos. Read More
I was only five years old when the peaceful 1986 People’s Power Revolution in the Philippines ended fourteen years of dictatorial rule under Ferdinand Marcos. But here are the details that I remember: tunes of protest songs, campaign buttons, and yellow shirts that bore the graphic image of the slain political rival of Marcos, Ninoy Aquino. Read More