Aileen Apolo launches You Got Tech (www.YouGotTech.com) a videoblog or vlog project for 2008 where she will explain tech stuff to non-techies.
There are a lot of other Pinoy vloggers that you’ll get to meet, thanks to Coy’s Discovering Pinoy Vloggers in 2007. (Hmmm… this kind of blogging is so liberating, for some reason. I’m slowly starting to develop a theme that Viloria.net will more or less “focus” on.)
Stay tuned! 😉
People are taking Entrecard Traffic to even greater heights. One way of doing this is through some kind of “regional” Entrecard community.
For example, at Pinoy Entrecard, Filipino bloggers who participate in Entrecard are featured prominently. This, in turn, helps gain attention from many bloggers, who then begin referencing http://pinoyentrecards.blogspot.com
And as more bloggers from the Philippines join Entrecard, well… you can already see how this will continue to grow.
Just don’t be overly focused on traffic without first building up your content, okay? 🙂
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You’ll find Wilfrido M. Guerrero’s Three Rats at:
Here’s a summary of the plot of Three Rats:
There are three characters: Gonzalo (27 years old), his wife [of seven months] Nita (19 years old), and his best friend of 15 years, Adrian (25 years old).
He suspects Adrian of having an affair with Nita.
Gonzalo exacts revenge.
(Someone was asking about tree rats. Were you, perhaps, looking for the three rats?)
Conflict in Three Rats
Man vs Man
- Nita vs the dismissed maid
- Gonzalo vs Adrian
- Mr Viterbo vs his wife Mila
- Gonzalo vs Nita
Man vs Himself
- Gonzalo and his failing memory
- Gonzalo and his health / hyperthyroidism
- Gonzalo, picking up then putting down the cup of coffee
- Adrian and his addiction to gambling
- Nita and her confusion: Should she warn Adrian or obey Gonzalo and keep quiet?
Man vs Nature
- Adrian vs the effects of cyanide
Was humming Rolando Tinio’s “Minsan Pa” when I reached the word Kundangan (If It Were Not For), and after a trip to Google, stumbled upon the e-text version of Florante at Laura, the great Tagalog epic written by Francisco Balagtas, as painstakingly typed into text form by May Lim and Arlene Lim.