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Maraming salamat CDRC at Radyo Veritas! Read CDRC’s post.
CDRC concluded its last episode on Radio Veritas (DZRV 846 khz) last March 9, 2012 after more than three years of airing. The radio segment is part of the project: Enhancing Flood Preparedness and Helping the Survivors of Super Typhoon Reming Help Themselves. The project and the radio segment, which started in 2008, were funded by Caritas Switzerland as part of its advocacy on disaster preparedness and mitigation.
For the final episode, the musician who composed and produced CDRC’s radio theme song — Karl Ramirez — graced the studio for a live rendition of the song. CDRC’s staff were also present to thank and say goodbye to all the listeners. Despite it being the last episode, CDRC and its Regional Centers will continue to report or feed information to Radio Veritas on the latest news and issues related to disasters and the environment. CDRC is also planning to continue producing special episodes via the internet or through Podcasts.
Matapos ang halos tatlong buwan, ngayon na lang po ako ulit nakapag-post sa aking WordPress. Faced with a lot of concerns coming in from every direction, ngayon lang nagkaroon ng puwang na makapag-login muli sa blog. Sa aking pagbubusisi napansin kong umabot pa ng tatlong libo ang views kahit ang huli kong post ay Enero 6 pa. Naku, maraming salamat sa mga sumusubaybay.
Tingin ko ang blogger ay parang curator (diba Renan?). Pinili mo na kasi ang tema at ang gusto mo din lang ilagay ay kung ano ang swak sa tema mo. Dati mas parang Facebook wall, pero parang mas nakakatuwa at mas madali na magsulat sa wall kesa sa blog. Actually sa sobrang flexibility ng mga blogging platforms ay uubra din itong website ng inyong organisasyon or serbisyo.
Pero paano mo man gamitin, iisa ang tiyak. Nagsusulat ka sa iyong blog dahil may gusto kang iparating. At sa blog na ito, sa kabila ng sandamakmak na mga personal na kwento ay ang pagsisikap na makapagbahagi ng bago at kayo’y hikayating sumama sa pagbabago.
“…one can really reflect how in the late 1890s, an old lady stood up to help Filipino rebels in their fight for freedom. Tandang Sora actually joined the Katipunan at 84 years old, easily the revolutionary army’s oldest member.
Despite her old age, she joined the Katipunan and helped the wounded Katipuneros during the Filipino revolt against the Spaniards. Her small sari-sari store housed the group’s secret meetings and often supplied their food. It is said that Tandang Sora remained poor but found content in helping her countrymen.” –From Loqal
Kita-kits po sa Barikada, isang fund raising gig para sa mga magsasaka ng Hacienda Luisita at komunidad ng Corazon de Jesus sa San Juan City. Makabayang rakenrol collaboration muli kasama ang dakilang bandang Plagpul! Suportahan po ninyo ang fund raising gig. Bumili po ng ticket! Mag-txt lang kay Persis sa 0927-4966906.
(Part 2 na ito. For part 1 check it out here.) Jonathan Manalo of Star Records discussed a bit of history with the help of Ryan Cayabyab. Jonathan talked about the history of Filipino songwriting while Ryan Cayabyab performed live samples. Jim Paredes gave his bit on what happened to OPM. Marami pang iba na nagbigay ng kanilang input sa araw na ito including Louie Ocampo (above) demonstrating Garage Band. Continue reading
(First part, link to next part at end of post.) Ito ang unang pagkakataon ngayong taon na ‘di ko dinala ang laptop sa isang out of town activity kahit sigurado ang kuryente o internet connection. Siguro dahil ayaw kong ma-istorbo. Fasting sa distraction na dulot ng pagbabad sa social network. Tingin ko panahon ito upang matuto. Isang unique at historic activity ang pupuntahan at iniwan ko ang laptop upang makabwelo sa pakikihalubilo at pakikipagkwentuhan. Inisip ko rin ano na ba ang itsura ng aking note taking sa classic pen and paper. Pero dinala ko ang DSLR. Mabuti nalang. Maraming mabibilis na galaw at pangyayari. At rakenrol parin sa paghuli ng mga ito ang DSLR ni Tatay Monram.
First photo in my camera is the photo above with Gary Granada taken in NAIA terminal 2 while boarding the plane for Dumaguete. Continue reading
Elian sings ‘Bahay Kubo” (with a very lengthy introduction) while Tatay is on a break from recording.
I had fun watching and filming the fireworks display my father’s fraternity sponsored during this year’s U. P. Lantern Parade. Wishing everyone a productive 2010!
This year, we are celebrating Agham and Agham-Youth’s ten years of making science and technology serve the people. As a tribute to a decade of struggle and service, I’ve uploaded and collected in a YouTube playlist the thematic (and classic) short videos of Agham and Agham-Youth since 1999. Click here to reminisce and strengthen your commitment.
(Updated the post with Maxene Magalona’s public reply via a Facebook note to the issue – May 6, 2009)
I got curious with the star-studded TV Ad that started airing on the day of the Pacquiao-Hatton fight. I immediately browsed the site, registered an account, and after confirming my registration, was anxious to login. Continue reading