Study each candidates track records if you have the time, find out their platforms and examine them carefully before choosing your magic 12. Our country’s future depends on the laws and legislations they will pass when the new Senate convenes after the May 2007 Philippine senatorial elections. God help us all Filipinos.
I know this is not the best way to promote the use of a search engine, but looking at the underlying worthy cause for such a promotion, that is to help save 9 million child refugees’ lives might be a good reason enough. Ninemillion.org in cooperation with MSN Live launched a project called Give to ninemillion for every search.
..is the first free, grassroots, completely online course devoted to teaching librarians about social software and how to use it in their libraries. It was developed to provide a free, comprehensive, and social online learning opportunity for librarians who do not otherwise have access to conferences or continuing education and who would benefit greatly from learning about social software.
This is my second post about the 2007 Philippine Senatorial Elections, specifically on how senatorial candidates are launching their election campaign on the web. I don’t know why I’m doing this considering that I have never believed in Philippine elections and politics anyway. But this coming 2007 elections has been such a great circus since the campaign period has started, that I can not helped but say something about it.
Looks like Friendster is not the only web 2.0 application that is being utilized by Philippine 2007 Senatorial elections candidate. Inquirer.net reports:
The battle for attention is getting out of the streets and into the Internet with some senatorial candidates for the upcoming elections taking advantage of Wikipedia.org, the online free encyclopedia service.
I noticed the Image Wall link at the bottom left portion of the Bloglines windows and was curious enough to click on it since it was tagged as a new features When I clicked on the link, lo and behold the right window pane displayed a graffiti of images with pop-up windows displaying various images that ranges from the artistic to the erotic. I found an interesting image and decided to click on the link.
Dot Com mogul and famous blogger, John Chow posted this ten blogging mistakes and I’m posting it here not only to echo his post but to remind myself as well, to avoid committing the said 10 blogging mistakes.
Google AJAX Search API has recently introducedÂ useful widgets that you can add to your blogs/sites. The widgets displays Google News Headline on any topic you specify on either a horizontal or vertical newsbar.. What’s more? You can add this widget in three simple cut-and-paste steps.
Yahoo just released a cool new service under the name Pipes. To simply put it, Pipes enables users to mix different RSS feeds into one web application by dragging and dropping different set of modules together to create a function that would result into a preset result. Whew!
Change.org is another social networking site that opens up to the public recently (yesterday?). But it is not your ordinary social networking site where netizens meet friends and share stuff online.