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August 16, 2008

Why Blogger isn’t that popular in the Philippines?

During a cocktail party held yesterday for several folks from Google Asia-Pacific, the Product Manager from SEA asked me this — while blogging is huge in the Philippines, why isn’t Blogger enjoying the same popularity? I gave him some figures off my head as he wrote it down. And here are some reasons why.

November 09, 2007

Defensio Anti Comment Spam System

We’re all familiar with Akismet since it comes loaded with every WordPress installation. Aside from that, there’s not much choice for an anti-spam defense for our blogs anywhere.

August 16, 2007

Is it too late for Movable Type?

SixApart finally launched the new Movable Type (MT4) the other day. This is, by far, the biggest product release for MT. Lots of new features, plugins and improvements. Nevertheless, all that splash hasn’t really made huge waves in the blog software industry. SixApart, even with its wide range of blogging products and services (LiveJournal, Vox, […]

March 13, 2006

Work @ Home Blog Designer Wanted

Someone tipped me about this job opening at JobsDB Philippines: Blog Artists Requirements: College graduate Male or Female w/ ages 21-30 yrs old Knowledge and experience of at least 6 mos. in various Blog systems Part-time and willing to work in 10 hrs a week home-based job Must have strong typing skills and some internet […]

December 28, 2005

10 Tips when changing Blog Platforms

After recovering from the backup disaster last week and after switching into a new blogging platform from Expression Engine (EE) to WordPress (WP), I realized ti would be nice to share some of the things we learned from that migration process. So here’s my 10 Tips when changing Blog Platforms: Double check if the new […]

August 02, 2005

Tracing Back the Philippine’s Blogging History

Blogs have been around almost as internet was introduced in the Philippines in the early parts of 1995. During those times, the early bloggers didn’t have name for what they were doing besides calling it a personal website or an online journal. Back then, if you want to have your own blog, you’d have to […]

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