Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Dining Room Table

Of all the places in a home, the dining room is always the most nostalgic to me. It’s the most intimate room for the whole family where all members can join hands for food blessing and thanksgiving. The place where … Continue reading

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Committing Writing Crimes

How a small slip of the pen could land us in jail with multiple charges A publisher offers you a gig job and asks you to probe and write about a new popular murder case. You discovered that you know … Continue reading

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A Notable Day with My Local Government

I went to our Manila local government (Barangay) office today to renew my Barangay ID. I need to have one so I could get all other valid IDs. I wasted about 15 minutes waiting for the ID section photographer and … Continue reading

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Why Watch a Speaker Not Just Read His Speech

Originally posted on Plato on-line:
This is an illustration on how easy it is to misinterpret articles, opinions, and comments. I created an experiment for that. There was an article and the speech video We need to talk about TED…

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