Janette Toral launches her latest book, Blogging From Home, which is an easy-to-read introductory guide to blogging. The 88-page book has generous screenshots, and the light text will protect newbies or blogging beginners from the info overload that some books cause.
Archives for August 2008
Politics is quite popular on the web, and more politicians are turning to the web to gain more exposure and to connect with people. You’ve probably heard of Obama, Twitter, YouTube, and the McCain houses (seven of them, right?). Well, have you seen their Philippine “counterparts” online?
Yes, you can now easily build your own search engine without having to learn how to program. And no, you do not need to wade through strange codes. Here’s how to easily do this…
It’s wonderful to see the creative side of the youth. The Philippine Heart Association (PhilHeart.org) had a World Heart Day Video Contest in 2007, but it was only last night when I found out from some of my pamangkins about the entry of Rosehill High School.
Well, better late than never. 🙂
Congratulations to Janette Toral for the highly successful Top 10 Emerging Influential Blogs of 2008 Awards which brought together many bloggers last Monday, 11 August 2008, at The Legend Villas.
Congratulations also to the winners:
- Manila Foodistas
- Filipino Voices
- Visit Sagada
- Missing Carlo
- Mar Roxas for President in 2010 blog
- You Got Tech
- The Not so Talented DJ Montano
- Davao Delicious
- Bariles Republic
- Bloggers Da Who
Sometimes, Twitter isn’t just the place to keep in touch with friends and how their day is going. And neither is it just for getting the latest internet marketing tips.
Sometimes, Twitter reveals conversations that are naturally funny…
@s0ni posts a TwitPic of @chastity526 taken during a Tweetup (an EB or eyeball of Twitter users). @markmayhew likes the pic, tweets a reaction, and the rest is Twitter history. Fun! 🙂