October, 2005

October 31st, 2005Blog headlines, Great debatesadmin 0 Comments

Forbes has written a scathing attack on the blogosphere, calling web logs as the “prized platform of an online lynch mob spouting liberty but spewing lies, libel and invective.” The article by Dan Lyons said blogs started as online diaries but later became the “ultimate vehicle for brand-bashing, personal attacks, political extremism and smear campaigns.” […]

October 31st, 2005Uncategorized 0 Comments

Filipinos pray for love, money via text messages. Salvation is now just a text message away for Filipinos. Prayers for lotto wins, jobs in Canada and even boyfriends have been flooding a Philippine Catholic Church project allowing Filipinos to send their petitions via text messages from their cellular phones. The petitions sent to the “Text […]

October 30th, 2005Online safety 0 Comments

Phishing is a type of online fraud where the perpetrators attempt to acquire personal, financial, and/or other account information (such as user IDs, passwords, credit card numbers, PINs, etc.) from unsuspecting victims. This type of fraud is typically initiated by sending an unsolicited but official-looking email claiming to be from a reputable company, such as […]

October 30th, 2005Netiquette 0 Comments

Sloppy messages that are riddled with spelling errors and are irrelevant and difficult to read are major source of lost productivity as employees struggle to decipher cryptic online requests and disorganized sales pitches. “Email should contain the same attention to detail as a letter with signature on corporate letterheard. It’s a direct reflection of your […]

October 30th, 2005Uncategorized 0 Comments

If you display Chitika ads in your site, check this link for a catalogue on keywords you can use. The keywords will help you target the type of ads that will be displayed in your blog. If you’re still not using Chitika, apply for an account in their home page. If you still haven’t heard […]

October 28th, 2005Blog headlines 0 Comments

From Agence France Presse: Trade paper AdAge.com reported this week that US workers would waste the equivalent of 551,000 years during 2005 reading blogs, online web diaries and gossip sheets, which have exploded in numbers in recent years. Further on in the article, AFP said: But some blog and Internet experts argue that reading a […]

October 26th, 2005Uncategorized 0 Comments

In group blogs, author profiles are important so that readers can have additional information on the contributor of the article. In WordPress, the publication of the author’s profile can be automated through the <?php the_author_description(); ?> tag.

October 25th, 2005Blog headlines 0 Comments

Sun.Star Network Online launched this afternoon launched its blogs: Blog Chronicles and Citizen Watch: The Arroyo
Presidency
. Sun.Star Cebu’s Citizen Journalists project, which has a web log component, was also launched during the event held in SM City Cebu.

October 23rd, 2005Uncategorized 0 Comments

OCTOBER 25, 2005 is a big day for Sun.Star Chronicles as we launch our own Sun.Star Blog at SM Cebu. Yep, I am a blogger contributor to this prestigious blogging community. I am now a writer-contributor to a major newspaper in the country (most especially to the Visayan Community). It all started with a tagboard […]

October 21st, 2005Great debatesFr. Stephen Cuyos, MSC 0 Comments

Jesus Christ, the Perfect Communicator, used every available means to communicate the Good News. He was so creative and ingenious in communicating with the people of his time, that if he were around today, Jesus would have a blog. But what and how would he blog?

October 2nd, 2005Uncategorized 0 Comments

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Cheating on tests has come a long way from writing notes on the back of your hand — and it’s getting harder for schools to police as technology advances. Instead of sneaking in a scrap of paper with answers scribbled on it, some students snap a picture of the paper with their […]

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