If you are looking for the summary of Florante and Laura, here is the Tagalog version. Please note that it may seem quite long, and you may end up searching for an even shorter summary. But if you take the time to go through this long-ish version, you can easily adjust it and simply highlight […]
Archive for May, 2008
Is this true? You can now watch GMA TV online?
Chanced upon Janette Toral’s Blogging From Home, a “work-in-progress journal of Janette Toral’s upcoming book patterned after her Blogging 101 Online Workshop.” I found out about this after revisiting Google Reader, because I’m checking out FriendFeed… again. I’ll probably look closely into re-enabling Disqus, because there may be considerable benefits of not always trying to […]
Updated the Sitemap Generator Plugin for WordPress (now version 3.14). It’s a good thing the WordPress plugin menu alerted me that there is a new version of the Dagon Design sitemap generator. When I visited another site that uses the old plugin, I was surprised to find that the sitemap page was blank. Now that […]
Food Trip Tayo is a new food blog launched by PrudenceMadness. Her first entry, Bake & Churn’s Affordable Ice Cream Cake, makes me want to head on over to SM and search for that stall. What did it for me? I dunno… perhaps it’s the large photos Dr. Tess features in her newest blog. Warning: […]
Arekz, of CoffeeWithArsenic.com, posts $20 Worth of Reaction: J’Attendrai Le Suivant (I’ll Wait for the Next One) where he invites several Pinoy WordPress bloggers to contribute their comment about that under-4-minutes French film. Your comment or reaction will focus on the Subject and Content of the film. You might even win $20. And if you’re […]
It’s time to re-do the El Filibusterismo Study Notes Online before classes start this June. There have been changes, no doubt, over the years (even if what hasn’t changed is the difficulty we face with Tagalog). Hopefully, more people will enjoy reading Jose Rizal’s masterpiece of a novel.
I need to revamp the Noli Me Tangere Study Notes Online in time for this coming schoolyear. We all know how it was before, when we tried reading Tagalog (or Filipino). Then again, there were people who enjoyed the writings of Jose Rizal right from the start.
Charles and Vicki got married last May 1, 2008. Here’s a short video clip of Vicki arriving, and Charles and Vicki dancing.
Are you a Filipina mom? You might want to join an essay contest (minimum of 800 words). The deadline is May 31, 2008 which gives you lots of time to write an essay that answers the question: As a Filipina Mom, what part of your own Filipino upbringing is most important to pass on to […]