Gustave Flaubert quote

Read and Discover 6 Benefits

If I ask you when was the last time you read a book, chances are you’ll answer last weekend, at the least, or a month or a year ago, at the most. But if I ask you when was the last time you read something online (a tweet or a Facebook update), you’ll probably answer Read more about Read and Discover 6 Benefits[…]

Ralph Waldo Emerson quote on farming

5 Reasons Why Small Farmers Can’t Implement Organic Farming Fully

My father is a retired agriculturist. He had served the Department of Agriculture for more than three decades if I’m not mistaken.  Even today in his 90’s, his passion for anything agriculture never ceases. He still reads and collects agriculture magazines, writes short articles about farming, and distributes them to his audience.  A few days Read more about 5 Reasons Why Small Farmers Can’t Implement Organic Farming Fully[…]

Geoffrey Moore quote on social media

Facebook & Other Social Media: Our Lives So Far

Do you remember the cyber thriller film The Net starring Sandra Bullock? It is about a woman who spent hours on the Internet and woke up one day with her identity stolen. That film was shown back in 1995. It’s 2018 now and what have we done to protect ourselves? Recently, Christopher Wylie, a former Read more about Facebook & Other Social Media: Our Lives So Far[…]

Xun Kuang quote

Why Are We Hooked To True Crime Stories?

 Most of the time, the headline news is about crime. Shocking and sometimes gory, we are hooked (whether we admit it or not). And we just can’t get enough of it everyday. Why are we hooked to these kind of stories? Despite of it’s dark and gloomy, we have different reasons why we pay attention Read more about Why Are We Hooked To True Crime Stories?[…]

Ninoy Aquino

Sunday, Bloody Sunday: The Ninoy Aquino Assassination

Sunday, Bloody Sunday. That was one of the hit songs of U2 in 1983. It was also in 21 August 1983 a single news about the assassination of Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino, Jr. shook the country. I was second year high school then, reviewing for our first quarterly exams in school. I heard the news over the Read more about Sunday, Bloody Sunday: The Ninoy Aquino Assassination[…]

Audrie & Daisy

Audrie & Daisy (2016)

Audrie & Daisy is a 2016 American documentary film that tells about two stories of teenage rape cases whose victims were under the influence of alcohol. This film received an Award of Merit from the Peabody Awards recently. AUDRIE POTT, 15 Audrie Pott was 15 when she attended a party with other teenagers. After a Read more about Audrie & Daisy (2016)[…]

Be inspired. Brew plots. Fix it later.

Be Inspired. Brew Plots. Fix It Later.

You might have noticed some changes on my website — from the big title section down to the footer. I knew and I felt the need for change. Everything in me is a work in progress. You might think I’m fickle minded because I keep on changing. I used to be a perfectionist and every Read more about Be Inspired. Brew Plots. Fix It Later.[…]

Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold

Columbine High School Massacre

18 years ago, on 20 April 1999, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold stormed Columbine High School with pipe bombs and gunshots. They killed 12 students, a teacher, injured 21 people, and committed suicide after. The day coincided with Hitler’s birthday and the release of KMFDM’s album, “Adios“. No one saw it coming. The massacre became Read more about Columbine High School Massacre[…]

Photo taken during the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution

A Successful Coup d’Etat Known As The 1986 EDSA Revolution

I was in 4th year high school then when a successful coup d’etat known as the 1986 EDSA Revolution happened. It was a weekend of late February, I was watching Discorama hosted by the APO Hiking Society past 6:00 pm, when Jim Paredes announced that there will be a flash report coming in that would change Read more about A Successful Coup d’Etat Known As The 1986 EDSA Revolution[…]

In Search For a Writing Mentor

It is not just a question of having or not having your own writing mentor. The real question here is: Do you really need a mentor or could you do without one? Opinions vary from writer to writer. But first, let’s take a closer look at what mentoring a writer is. When we say “mentor”, it Read more about In Search For a Writing Mentor[…]

colors and symbols of the 70's

35 Things I Remember About Martial Law and the ’70s

Today we remember the declaration of Martial Law 43 years ago. And with the coming national and local elections, almost everyone keeps on comparing today’s political and economic situations with that era. I don’t dwell on matters of politics and religion as I prefer to avoid those in conversations as much as possible. Not that Read more about 35 Things I Remember About Martial Law and the ’70s[…]

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Reactionary Solution to Keep Up With the Trend

Proponents of the human capital theory, Harbison and Myer, stated that “human beings are the active agents who carry forward national development.” So the keywords here are “human beings”, “human resource”, or “human capital”. Thinking about it now, our country survived financial crises during the ‘80s and ‘90s because of the proliferation of the OCWs Read more about Reactionary Solution to Keep Up With the Trend[…]

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