It has been awhile since I last posted a job opening, but something new has just come up! I have a full-time opening at the Tech Partnerships team at SMART. The position involves managing partnership relations with Internet companies (both foreign and local). I’m looking for individuals with the following qualifications: Basic Qualifications: University graduate […]Read more "Job Openings!"
It has been awhile since I’ve last made an entry over here. Too long, perhaps. This is the trailer for the documentary “Forks over Knives.” I made a #vegan pizza for dinner. I had to have something as family was around. What did you eat? — The ED Kitchen (@TheEDKitchen) January 6, 2014 http://instagram.com/p/iyn3OBJtWe/Read more "It’s Been Awhile – Just another Test Post"
Just one year to go till the 20th! I’m writing this on March 29, 2013, which just happens to mark the 19th anniversary of March 29, 1994, the day when the PhilNet network first connected to the Internet via an IP connection to a Sprint gateway in California. Perhaps we should really reserve all the […]Read more "#PHNet19 : 19 years of Philippine Internet"
My new music blog, “Blog de la Musique” (at http://blogdelamusique.com) has just kicked off with a post on a cool new TV Commercial that debuted this Feb 2. This tv ad debuted on YouTube and featured 90’s Pinoyrock icons Rico Blanco, Raimund Marasigan, Barbie Almabis, and Ely Buendia. Yes, it is a Smart commercial – […]Read more "New on Blog De La Musique: Ely, Rico, Raimund, and Barbie’s 21st Century redux of a 70s classic"
The Nigerian 419 spammers (or are they Indian in this case?) have spun off a new series. This should be made into a movie (called 419). Sir/Madam, Please don’t be offended with my impromptu message. I am Nirmala Kirloskar, India but now resident in the UK 5 years, I want to tell you of an investment management […]Read more "The Troubles of Claire: The 419 spam drama takes a new twist"
A few weeks ago the questions started to pop up out of thin air and lunge at me. There were text messages, Tweets (public tweets and DMs), Facebook PMs. They were incessant. They arrived at odd times of the day – while driving to work, while at a meeting, while having dinner. You would have […]Read more "“What happened to PhilMusic?” and other Pesky Questions"
Every few years since 1995, some Filipino netizens get all riled up about the management of the .PH domain and want to start a revolution. It’s as cyclical as fashion. Well, it looks that time has come again. The latest brouhaha was instigated by a recent DNS hack that redirected users of Sulit.com.ph to its […]Read more "Showdown at the .PH domain Corral – the 2012 Edition"