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Pinay Problogger: Melissa Atienza-Petri

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: April 1, 2006

The first Filipina problogger in my series of inteviews is Melissa Atienza-Petri, more commonly known as AnP in the blogging world. AnP current works for the mother company of one of the world's top 5 providers of servers and PCs. Since her expatriation in Germany, she has been on the look-out for the best (and cheapest) VoIP provider hoping that one day the “beam me up, Scottie!” technology would go beyond the drawing board of George Lucas. Her other online involvement reflects her passion in life. She is the founder of PINOYexpats, an ezine for Filipino Expatriates. She is also…

Pinay Problogger: Ruth Schaffer

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: April 3, 2006

Our next on the list of Filipina Probloggers is Ruth Schaffer. She is a Microbiologist by training, and used to work on experimental research for an international agricultural research institute before being relocated to Europe. The rest of her personal details are still unknown to me but I'm very glad to also have her on board our Philippine group travel blog. How would you define problogging?Professional blogging is getting paid to blog, writing a blog with a purpose of generating revenues. When did you start blogging? When did you get into problogging and how did you realize that there's some…

Pinay Problogger: Gloria Gamat

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: April 7, 2006

Glo often refers to herself as a tech-ignoramus for being such a novice in the blogosphere. A dear friend based in Germany lured her into the wonderful world of blogging a year ago, mainly for better tracking on each other's lives. But blogging awakened in her a long-forgotten passion which is writing. Glo is originally from Gubat, Sorsogon and came to Los Baños in 1989 to study Chemistry. She never got to leave LB since then. At present, Glo is a proud single-mom to Raine (Rainier Brando: born 29 December 2002), a task she juggles with being a Researcher but…

Pinay Problogger: Stef Patag

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: April 12, 2006

Stef is a mom of 4 and a prolific writer. She is still actually doing her book on cooking entitled "Beyond Adobo". Her personal food blog is Stefoodie.net. How would you define problogging?Strictly speaking, I would define problogging to mean blogging as a primary means of income. IOW, I don't consider myself a "problogger". My primary income source is still my hubby LOL. When did you start blogging? When did you get into problogging and how did you realize that there's some money to be had from it?I started blogging in 2001, but only as a private thing on livejournal…

Pinay Problogger: Connie Veneracion

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: April 20, 2006

We're not actually done with our problogging interviews yet. I still have a couple more expecting in my Inbox. I won't introduce Connie anymore as most of you already know a lot about her. The rest are best kept under the rug. :D She recently bagged another blogging gig for Global Voices (or was that an editorial position? Is it official now?). How would you define problogging?Earling out of blogging but not necessarily getting paid to write specific content. When did you start blogging? When did you get into problogging and how did you realize that there's some money to…

Who will watch the watchdogs?

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: November 23, 2005

The media has always been the watchdogs of society and of the people. But the bigger question that has lingered for so long is -- who will watch the watch dogs? Blogs. It's the bloggers that expose cases of plagiarism in the newspapers as exemplified in the latest Yema fiasco of Inq7.net. Now bloggers are the ones explaining to Inq7.net what's the real story of that Google bombing for "pekeng pangulo". Then, there's Philstar apparently using the keyword "Pinay" to lure more visitors into its online newspaper. And while cause oriented groups and bloggers like Jonas San Diego are rallying…

Anti-Cybercrime Bill gets Senate approval

Relevance: 46%      Posted on: January 30, 2012

The Senate finally approved their own version of the Anti-Cybercrime Bill (Senate Bill 2796) earlier today. The bill provides for penalties of Php200,000 to Php1.25 million and imprisonment of up to 12 years. Here are the offenses covered in the Senate Bill 2796. I. Offenses against the confidentiality, intergrity and availability of computer data and systems (illegal access, illegal interception, data interference, system interference, cyber-squatting, misuse of devices). II. Computer-related offenses (computer-related forgery, computer-related fraud). III. Content-related offenses (cybersex, child pornography, unsolicited commercial communications, libel). This bill will certainly affect operations of a number of websites and online services in…

Yugatech on Pilipinas, Game ka na ba?

Relevance: 40%      Posted on: January 3, 2007

Ok, this was told me by surprise when Anton passed by my pad this evening. He said he saw on TV, Pilipinas, Game ka na ba?, that my blog was part of their trivia questions. The question goes like (and I'm translating it liberally) "According to Alexa, this is the most popular blog in the Philippines. It starts with letter y-------." But where did they get that info? Alexa is unreliable at the very least. So, I dug a little deeper and found this: I'm sure the contestant/s weren't able to guess it correctly. Yugatech? Who, what?? Oh, no, I'm…

BBN: Bayanihan Blog Network

Relevance: 39%      Posted on: January 29, 2007

If you haven't heard of it yet or you weren't listening to Rico's announcement during the Blog Parteeh, I'd like to echo it here again: We're launching a 10-strong blog network called the BBN (Bayanihan Blog Network) which is initially composed of 5 pre-existing blogs and 5 newer ones: - Pinoy Tech Blog - Pinoy Urban Blog - Pinoy Travel Blog - Pinoy Cook - My Filipino Wedding - The Comic Blurb - Space Invaded - You Had me at Hello - Sporting Break - Pinay Expat We're gearing up to launch more newer blogs in the next couple of…

Effective TLA Affiliate Banners and More Link Love

Relevance: 39%      Posted on: August 22, 2006

Patrick Gavin of Text Link Ads sent in a newsletter promoting a new batch of TLA Affiliate Banners. The sample below shows the $100 Free Promotion ad: According to him, these set of banners are high performing and have been converting very well. Will give this one a try and see how it goes. In connection to this, I'd like to show my appreciation to several of my new TLA referrals with some link loving: Dikoy of FightPompe William of Hip2b2 Gary of Pisces Iscariot Ajay's Writings on the Wall Pete Abilla of Shmula Alfa Mercado of Work @ Home…