Jammed: Full Into Capacity (http://blog.jammedph.com) is a blog that displays the wondrous torrent-of-a-content talent of Jam, a medical student who’s interested in Health, Medical and Nursing Student Guides, and sundry Student e-courses.
Aside from those topics, you’ll also find several short stories penned by Ris.
I was pleasantly surprised. It isn’t everyday you bump into someone who likes to write. And blog. And follow communities such as WordPress Pinoys.
It’s fascinating how you can get to know a person you used to often exchange “Hi’s” with a little bit better thanks to Facebook. It’s strange how you get to know someone more, after you no longer see her.
Such is the power of the internet, I guess.
David Gonzales (DavidVGonzales.com) blogs about gadgets, making money online, and living in the Philippines.
Although his site is quite new, he already has at least 20 RSS subscribers.
I like the way he mixes gadget reviews along with posts about writing.
This is another example of a blogger who started in BlogSpot, and then decided to get a domain name. Something you should, folks, especially if you’re interested in the long-term earning potential of your writings online. 🙂
Stumbled upon WordPress Philippines (WordPressPhilippines.org) and am checking out their articles about WP, plus featured Filipino bloggers.
Looks like Angelo and Ia have been quite busy. 🙂
And just in case your itching to change your WordPress theme, try these Pinoy WordPress themes.
Here’s to more Pinoy bloggers!
Have you ever wondered who are the popular Filipino or Pinoy bloggers? Wonder no more.
Janette Toral presents to you the A-listers and the B-listers at Philippines A-List Bloglebrity.
If your Pinoy blog is not listed there, please let me know so that I may visit your site. Afterall, the A-listers of today were the Z-listers of yesterday.
Mga Hunahanang Layaw (translated: Random Thoughts) caught my eye because part of the lyrics of a Visayan song my dad taught me recently is the word “huna-huna” (mind/thoughts).
And my curiosity was rewarded, because the MHL blog has an entry which features a song sung in Bisaya: Bato Balani Sa Gugma (Gozos Sa Novena Sa Sto. Niño). Interestingly, you’ll find that some people upload MP3 files in a password-protected folder in Drop.io, a “simple private exchange.”
What makes Drop.io interesting is that you can allow people to collaborate or even add notes to the files you upload, or if you will allow them to simply view the file. The service says they will store your file for up to one year, although you can always go back and re-upload.
Why is it free? I don’t know… Perhaps the whole concept of a “private exchange” or “secrets” catches the fancy of certain people, enough for them to offer this free service.
The Living Together Blog tells of the journey of married couple Althea and Armand Tan. Thea hails from Iloilo, while Armand was born in Cambodia.
Exciting, right? 🙂
Check out their photo gallery, where you’ll be amazed with the quality of their photos, or where you’ll be envious of the many places they’ve traveled to. Must. Travel. Soon.
Thea is interested in internet marketing and making money online, so don’t be surprised if you find a number of e-marketing gems in some of her posts. I just hope she continues blogging even after they move from the Philippines to the US.