As though we haven’t had our fill of controversies, Jayvee opens up a new one and is calling out somebody who he claims is misrepresenting bloggers:
It is such a sad experience to have a blogger misrepresent the Philippine blogosphere for his or her own merit. Recently, a huge conference was held and some industry folk mentioned a particular blogger who gave such a compelling presentation about the Philippine blogosphere. It was so compelling because it was the first BIG time that the local industry’s eyes were opened to the spectacle that is the Philippine blogosphere.
And while my curiosity wants to get the better of me (who are you referring to Jayvs?), I was more curious on the issue of “who’s misrepresenting who”. I mean, the second who, not the first one.
The class noun we often referred to as the philippine blogosphere is being misrepresented, according to Jayvee and his sources. As to who is making the misrepresentation, only he can answer. The bigger question is who are the bloggers in the “philippine blogosphere” that have been misrepresented? How were they misrepresented? I’m a blogger, was I misrepresented? Was my blog or my name used/presented in a different context? Who else?
Before Jayvee can go around and gather allies for this cause, he may want to explain and qualify his statements.
So fire away, Jayvs. If this is all about responsibility and transparency, lay out all the cards. ;)
Jayvee has finally named names.