Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Review Filipina entries in StumbleUpon

I began posting Filipina Writing Project entries in StumbleUpon. I encourage you to check it out and review them. Helping spread the word will be key to its propagation.

I also sent a request asking for Filipino as a language option. Once that is done, will be able to add Filipino-written entries too.

Thank you again for supporting the Filipina Writing Project.

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Congratulations to Wika2007!

I'd like to express my congratulations to the moderators of Pinoy Blogosphere for the very successful Wika2007 writing project. Efforts like this indeed challenges Filipino bloggers to come up with high quality content.

With nearly 60 entries in just a span of two weeks, this competition has a lot of potential in the years to come.
  1. Huwag mo nang itanong by Michael P. De Guzman
  2. For the LOVE of Wisdom by Bam
  3. Tuliro by Lizbeth Buenaflor
  4. AOL Wika 2007 Entry : “Maraming Wika, Matatag na Bansa” by Lionheart
  5. Lahi by Hazel Sheryll Reambillo
  6. Ang Wikang Tagalog Bow by Geri Barcelona
  7. Alay sa Buwan ng Wika by Eljon Salenga
  8. Katimauan para king sariling Amanu! by Jason Paul Laxamana
  9. United We Stand, Divided We Fall by Mary Roselyn L. Reyes
  10. Linggo ng Wika Special: “Aral ng Kasaysayan” by Don
  11. Bayang minumulto… by McRey
  12. Naykupu! by Ynon
  13. Language and the Heaven-sent story by Timlight
  14. Isang Click para sa Halo Halo Espesyal Pilipino by Hatchzel
  15. Tungo sa pagbabanyuhay by Ding Fuellos
  17. Maraming Wika, Matatag na Bansa by Paul Vincent
  18. Maraming Wika, Matatag na Bansa by Hussein Catanyag
  19. Ang paradigm shift at ang mga erehe ng KWF by Willy Prilles, Jr.
  20. Ukinenam: an expression only by Rens Sese
  22. Ang Pagladlad ng Kapa by Empress Maruja
  23. A Language We All Need to Learn by Ayel
  24. Maraming Wika, Matatag na Bansa by Conrad Miguel E. Gozalo
  25. Ang ‘Tag-ray’ at ang Wikang Pinoy! by Fjordan G. Allego
  26. Taste the Philippines by Mark Aethen G. Agana
  27. Maraming Wika, mas marami ang mabahong isda! by Irvin P. Sto. Tomas
  28. Imperyalistang Maynila: A Wika 2007 Entry by Ariel James A. Matela
  29. Alitaptap by Denib Josette M. Suguitan
  30. Ang Ikalawang Tore ni Babel by Juan Karlo Licudine
  31. Hoy! Mas marami nga kaming wika, matatag naman kami!!! by Jan Marvi F. Atienza
  32. Wika at Musika by Garry Victor Urbi
  33. YAPAK NI RIZAL by Kc Victoria
  34. Si Bisoy, sa hamon ng maraming Wika by Richard V. Diongson
  35. Liham pasasalamat kay PILIPINO by Mark Monta
  36. Pitong Libong Pulo: Binigkis ng Iisang Wika by Micaela Fransesca Rodriguez
  37. Silip sa WIka by Raymund Salumbides
  38. Tulay by Hedrick Jan Cabrera
  39. Hindi Ito Entry Sa Wika 2007 Blog Writing Contest by Mamang Sorbetero
  40. Pudra by Edward Purnell
  41. Bakit ba Hindi Ako nag-Filipino Major? by Tyrene Delgado
  42. Wikang Filipino… Naaan ka na? by Richard Coronacion
  43. Filipino: Bonding a Nation and Its People by AnitoKid
  44. May Himig ang Abakada by Aaron James R. San Pedro
  46. Ang Obra by Feddie Marc S. Perez
  47. ‘THE’ Filipino Language: WHAT THE HECK DOES THIS MEAN??? by Frances Paola G. Doplon
  48. Pista ng Wikang Filipino/The Spectacle of the Filipino Language by Marocharim
  49. Nosebleed by Tricia Ferrer
  50. MINDANAO KINI (this is Mindanao) by Hector Minoza
  51. Speak the ‘Wika’ Go Global! by Lord Art Florenz M. Lomarda
  52. Anthem of Nations by Catherine Pascual
  53. Ang Mother Tounge at Lingua Franca by Lester G. Cavestany
  54. Paglipas by Philip Marco C. Caballes
  55. Posible Kaya? by Donald Bercasio
  56. Inglish ispiking? by Karla Chan
  57. Maraming Wika, Matatag Na Bansa by JP Tolledo
If you have an entry preference, you can start voting them now.

I also encourage all participants to also join You Got Blogged (review a blog contest) and the Filipina Writing Project.

Friday, August 03, 2007

Sponsoring and Monitoring You Got Blogged!

For the past two weeks, Blogie and I have been negotiating on how to best support the 1st Mindanao Bloggers Summit. As I won't make it in Davao during that time, being a sponsor in the conference proper will not be practical.

Then came You Got Blogged! A Review-a-Blog Competition. The intent of this project is to focus the spotlight on Mindanao made blogs. I encourage you to sponsor as there are prizes at stake too.

Through this project, I hope this will support the efforts of our club members based in Davao, Cagaya de Oro (Stephanie Caragos), and other parts of Mindanao. Cheers!