Biyernes, Marso 1, 2013

AN INVITATION.. TO JOIN BLOGGERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES..AN AVENUE FOR BLOGGERS..

AN INVITATION TO JOIN!! http://www.facebook.com/BloggersAssociationOfThePhilippines..
It's an organization for the blogging public.. protecting their rights and welfare of bloggers.. an avenue to disseminate informations, invitations, campaigns, contests, advertising of any events and .. of likes and that is of great interests to the bloggers.. Blogging is skills in writing. You can't just simply write.. it must have a sense of belonging..Blogging is an art.. You can be loved and be disliken by others.. so one needs strong guts and determination.. it is an essential factor to become a Blogger.. Plus with your writing skills and a digital camera is an important tool in blogging.. Blogging is a new industry.. not only as a personal enjoyment or as a hobby.. But, it's also a source of income or employment as well.. This is also an avenue to help bloggers for any legal problems that will arise.. while performing his duties as a Blogger. Will still add on some benefits as we progress.. God Almighty is our guiding light and armor! Please like the page.. Thank you very much. Ver Garcia Admin.. Tel. 0947-4960730 (Smart)..  or T692-4417(PLDT).. (VMGBlogs).

31 komento:

  1. Bloggers Association of the Philippines Here's the other link for Environmental concern: Please Support Madam Gina Lopez.. http://bloggersassociationphilippines.blogspot.com/2012/10/lets-clean-esteros-cleanliness-is-next.html

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  2. Usapan Sa Rembrandt also tackles about.. Economics, Politics, Business, Corporate, Filipino Inventions, Entertainment, Lifestyle and Travel, Sports, Local and Foreign News, Stock Market and Banking, Health. Religion, Environment Advocacy.. Philhealth, PCSO, SSS, PAGCOR, Smart, Globe, SM Mall of Asia are some of our invited corporate groups.. We thank also Television Networks.. TV5, Channel 4, ABS-CBN, GMA Channel 7, GNN-Destiny Cable, UNTV, Sonshine TV, Net25 and all TV crews (for their wholehearted support.. rain or shine), Photographers who didn't miss a shot and we appreciate also the presence of Abante Newspaper, Peoples Tonight, Manila Bulletin and to all Broadcasters DWIZ, RMN Radio (DZXL), DZRH, DWDD, DZAR,DWAD,DWSS, UNTV.. I hope i did not miss greeting or mentioning all frequent visitors of USAPAN SA REMBRANDT.. Please feel free to visit the Media Forum every Monday at T. Morato, Timog Avenue, Q.C. From 9am to 12Nn.All Media Practitioners are invited.. For details you may contact 0947-4960730 (Smart) or T692-4417 (PLDT)..(VerGarciaBlogs).

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  3. English Grammar Skills & Fluency Workshop.. Difficulties in speaking English Language and planning to work in a call center or travel abroad? Are you planning to take Civil Service Exam, International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Speech Writers, Trainers in Language schools, OFW,, seamen, teachers, tourists guide, expats, corporate executives, managers, rank and file employees, marketing, Call Center Agents and parents who would like to raise their kids to excel and speak English fluently this course is for you.. Those interested to join at UP Diliman, Virata Hall, Q.C.. may call T6924417 (PLDT) or 0947-4960730 (Smart) for slots.. Look for Josie or Ver.

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  4. http://www.funonthenet.in/articles/forgiveness-presentation.html

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  5. Thanks for the invitation, how can I help as a member of this association?

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  6. Thank you Sir Eman Fortes.. it's an honor.. I hope we can sit down over a cup of coffee.. please feel free to connect with me at 0947-4960730 (SMART) or T692-4417 (PLDT).. Thanks and many more blessings to come.. Ver

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  7. pano ko ma ilagay photos sa sports sir

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  8. Hi my name is Richert Jay Pinca I am a webdesigner/blogger and I am the founder of http://www.ynmap.biz , http://www.angtagumenyo.blogspot.com and http://www.tagumcitybloggers.blogspot.com . We are also planning to start a Blogging group in Davao and Tagum City, How can we join?

    Richert
    www.teachmetobeabillionaire@gmail.com
    09178130964

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  9. Hi there! I have my blog at http://tincastillo.blogspot.com and I want to be a member of your association. thank you

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  10. How can I join the association?
    http://shekinahjoy.com

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  11. BLOGGER RIGHTS

    One of EFF's goals is to give you a basic roadmap to the legal issues you may confront as a blogger to let you know you have rights and to encourage you to blog freely with the knowledge that your legitimate speech is protected. To that end we have created the Legal Guide for Bloggers a collection of blogger-specific FAQs addressing everything from fair use to defamation law to workplace whistle-blowing.

    In addition EFF continues to battle for bloggers' rights in the courtroom:

    Bloggers can be journalists (and journalists can be bloggers).
    We're battling for legal and institutional recognition that if you engage in journalism you're a journalist with all of the attendant rights privileges and protections. (See Apple v. Does.)

    Bloggers are entitled to free speech.
    We're working to shield you from frivolous or abusive threats and lawsuits. Internet bullies shouldn't use copyright libel or other claims to chill your legitimate speech. (See OPG v. Diebold.)

    Bloggers have the right to political speech.
    We're working with a number of other public-interest organizations to ensure that the Federal Election Commission (FEC) doesn't gag bloggers' election-related speech. We argue that the FEC should adopt a presumption against the regulation of election-related speech by individuals on the Internet and interpret the existing media exemption to apply to online media outlets that provide news reporting and commentary regarding an election -- including blogs. (See our joint comments to the FEC [PDF 332K].)

    Bloggers have the right to stay anonymous.
    We're continuing our battle to protect and preserve your constitutional right to anonymous speech online including providing a guide to help you with strategies for keeping your identity private when you blog. (See How to Blog Safely (About Work or Anything Else).)

    Bloggers have freedom from liability for hosting speech the same way other web hosts do.
    We're working to strengthen Section 230 liability protections under the Communications Decency Act (CDA) while spreading the word that bloggers are entitled to them. (See Barrett v. Rosenthal.)

    If you'd like to spread the word about our work consider adding an EFF Bloggers' Rights Badge to your blog or website.

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  12. The Intrinsic Value of Blogging

    Blogging is harder than it used to be. We’ve gotten better at counting and worse at paying attention to what really counts. Every time I press Publish the post is publicized to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Path, and Google+, each with their own mechanisms for enumerating how much people like it.

    pathNone of those services except Path have a clickable way to dislike something, so if something isn’t great it’s usually met with silence. But sometimes something that is great is met with silence too if it doesn’t drop at the right time, have the right headline, or have the right tone to invite interaction. There is no predictable connection to the effort and thought you put into something and the response it receives, and every experienced blogger has a story of something they spend a few minutes on and toss out casually going viral, a one-hit wonder that makes your stats in future months and years puny in comparison.

    Stats systems, like Jetpack’s, have gotten very good at telling me which post got how many visitors and where they came from, but it’s all anonymous and the numbers don’t really mean anything to me anymore. This is very discouraging, and at its most insidious causes people to deconstruct the elements of what makes something sharable and attempt to artificially construct these information carbohydrates over and over. (Visit that site and try not to click through any headlines — it’s tough.)

    The antidote I’ve found for this is to write for only two people. First, write for yourself, both your present self whose thinking will be clarified by distilling an idea through writing and editing, and your future self who will be able to look back on these words and be reminded of the context in which they were written.

    Second, write for a single person who you have in mind as the perfect person to read what you write, almost like a letter, even if they never will, or a person who you’re sure will read it because of a connection you have to them (hi Mom!). Even on my moblog I have a frequent commenter who I’ll often keep in mind when posting a photo, curious to see her reaction.

    This post might be ephemerally tweeted by dozens of avatars I might or might not recognize, accumulate a number in a database that represents the “hits” it had, and if I’m lucky might even get some comments, but when I get caught up in that the randomness of what becomes popular or generates commentary and what doesn’t it invariably leads me to write less. So blog just for two people.

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  13. http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/347461/opinion/why-a-u-s-court-ruled-bloggers-and-journalists-should-be-equally-protected

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  14. Images for bloggers association of the philippines -

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  15. PAG-USAPAN NATIN - JUVY DE GUZMAN

    WE MUST KNOW THIS GREAT TRIBE.......


    Manobo, Obo



    Manobo simply means “people” or “person”; alternate names include Manuvu and Minuvu. The term may have originated from “Mansuba,” a combination of man (people) and suba (river). Manobos are concentrated in Agusan, Bukidnon, Cotabato, Davao, Misamis Oriental, and Surigao Del Sur.

    The Manobo usually build their villages near small bodies of water or forest clearings, although they also opt for hillsides, rivers, valleys, and plateaus. The communities are small, consisting of only 4-12 houses. They practice slash-and-burn agriculture.

    The Ubo are a Manobo sub-tribe who inhabit the more isolated mountains of Southwest Cotabato in the area known as Datal Tabayong, as well as, more southerly Davao del Sur. As of last count, they numbered close to 17,000 (OSCC, 1987); a follow up on their numbers in subsequent years has proved difficult.

    Known for their intricate casting, the Ubo fashion fine weaponry and jewelry that they believe possess souls, making it harder for the maker to part with them. Agriculturally, they practice swidden, a slash-and-burn farming, oft planting and harvesting rice, root crops, and vegetables for consumption. Like the Bagobo, the Ubo believe in multiple deities headed by a central figure, Diwata (God); they're animist, they also believe in ancestral spirits and unseen beings inhabiting the animate and inanimate objects found throughout their environment. In civic matters, the political leader and Datu (Filipino chieftain) of the village attains his position by virtue of wealth; speaking ability and knowledge of customary law, known as fendan. The primary obligation consists of settling disputes among members of a family, neighbors, and the community. When a fine is set and/or imposed by the Datu, the accused has to pay it to the aggrieved party; if he's unable to, then he will become servant to the one who pays for him, otherwise known as dok.



    Source:
    Indigenous People, Http://library.thinkquest.org/


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  16. PAG-USAPAN NATIN-JUVY DE GUZMAN

    "Feeding Program" ng TGC-MAPMA patuloy......

    Pagkatapos masuyod ng Tokagawa Global Corporation - Manila Parking Management o TGC-MAPMA ang halos lahat ng barangay sa Binondo, Manila. Nasa Sta. Cruz, Manila naman para sa lingguhang "Feeding Program". Kamakailan, umabot sa 200 na mga bata, kasama na ang kanilang mga magulang na napakain ng TGC-MAPMA noong Oktubre 19 sa Barangay 303 , Zone 29 ng naturang lugar. Ayon sa TGC-MAPMA Binondo Area Manager Raymund D. Villanueva, malugod nilang napagsilbihan ang mga bata sa pamamagitan ng pag-aabot ng libreng pagkaing masustansiya at hangad nila na maiangat ang antas ng pamumuhay ng kanilang pamilya. Samantala, natiyak ng TGC_MAPMA Operations Manager na si Ricardo O. Quintana Jr. na hindi naapektuhan ang kanilang pagsasagawa ng "Feeding Program" sa iba't ibang barangay ng Lungsod ng Maynila nitong natapos na Barangay Election. Ang naturang "Feeding Program" ay bahagi lamang ng kanilang Corporate Social Responsibility at wala itong bahid pulitika. Maliban sa "Feeding Program", ang TGC-MAPMA ay mayroon ding clean-up program sa kanilang barangay na nasasakupan ng operasyon. Sa kanilang kampanya, kasama ang Ermita, Manila.

    TGC-MAPMA's "Feeding Program" now in Sta. Cruz, Manila
    Tokagawa Global Corporation-Manila Parking Management or TGC_MAPMA for short in now in Sta. Cruz, Manila.
    200 children including their parents, mostly belong and considered as Indigent families took part in the said event at Barangay 303, Zone 29 in Sta. Cruz, Manila, last Saturda,y October 19.
    Mr.Raymond D. Villanueva, TGC_MAPMA Operations Area Manager said that aside from bringing joy to the faces of the children, conducting feeding program will somehow alleviate hunger and enhances nutrition to children as they meet their duty in serving the community. Meanwhile, TGC_MAPMA Operations Manager Mr. Ricardo O. Quintana Jr. assures that their weekly feeding program will not be paralyzed by any other ongoing event. He added that said activity is part of their Corporate Social Responsibility and it has nothing to do with politics. Aside from the regular feeding program, clean-up drive is being conducted also simultaneously.

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  17. Good Luck! I hope you guys succeed. passyourluck.blogspot.com

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  18. hanapbuhayjapan.blogspot.com .Those who are interested in working in Japan.

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  19. Hello Bloggers!

    We are looking for talented english bloggers to write articles on various informative topics in 1,800 to 2,000 words, just add a little research for worldwide information instead of only in the Philippines using particular keywords throughout the article.

    1. Top 10 beaches in the world
    2. Investment Properties
    3. 10 Things to Remember When Moving Places
    4. 10 Mistakes people make when moving abroad
    5. Best Practices whenTraveling
    6. Food specialties that are worth visiting in particular countries
    7. Others

    Just to give you a hint, the Company's project has something to do with International Real Estate so the topics will usually focus on rentals. moving, traveling, vacation and such.

    If you are an interested blogger, please let me know how much do you charge per 2,000 word article and how long do you think can you finish each so we have an idea on your work pace. Since this is an urgent project, you can certainly recommend other bloggers to apply by sending an email to sydnsyshanna@gmail.com. A degree in journalism or tourism is an advantage and it would be great to have a link on their blog sites so we can make quick assessment to their writing style.

    Looking forward to working with you soon!

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  20. our company is campaigning "ayokosalamok" anti-dengue pls visit and join us..www.ayokosalamok.org
    #notedengue

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  21. www.ayokosalamok.org
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    www.kyzoxfoundation.org
    www.youthinaction.org

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  22. www.ayokosalamok.org
    www.kyzox.com
    www.kyzoxfoundation.org
    www.youthinaction.org
    pls suporthan po natin ang ayoko sa lamok anti dengue campaign join us sa campaign na ito...

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  23. hi bloggers,
    YOUTH IN ACTION do not come to you asking for FINANCIAL support but with ZERO COST,you can be part of AYOKO SA LAMOK campaign and help to protect Filipino Children from dengue and malaria.We ask you to take only 3 minutes to read our campaign proposal .Your nest 3 minutes can make the difference and save Filipino children lives.Supporting AYOKO SA LAMOK,is protecting your own family.
    Thanks for your time and support to AYOKO SA LAMOK campaign...

    www.ayokosalamok.org
    www.kyzox.com
    www.kyzoxfoundation.org
    www.youthinaction.org

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  24. hi bloggers,
    YOUTH IN ACTION do not come to you asking for FINANCIAL support but with ZERO COST,you can be part of AYOKO SA LAMOK campaign and help to protect Filipino Children from dengue and malaria.We ask you to take only 3 minutes to read our campaign proposal .Your nest 3 minutes can make the difference and save Filipino children lives.Supporting AYOKO SA LAMOK,is protecting your own family.
    Thanks for your time and support to AYOKO SA LAMOK campaign...

    www.ayokosalamok.org
    www.kyzox.com
    www.kyzoxfoundation.org
    www.youthinaction.org

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  25. YOUTH IN ACTION do not come to you asking for FINANCIAL support but with ZERO COST,you can be part of AYOKO SA LAMOK campaign and help to protect Filipino Children from dengue and malaria.We ask you to take only 3 minutes to read our campaign proposal .Your nest 3 minutes can make the difference and save Filipino children lives.Supporting AYOKO SA LAMOK,is protecting your own family.
    Thanks for your time and support to AYOKO SA LAMOK campaign...

    www.ayokosalamok.org
    www.kyzox.com
    www.kyzoxfoundation.org
    www.youthinaction.org

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  26. YOUTH IN ACTION DO NOT come to you asking for financial support but with ZERO COST,you can be part of AYOKO SA LAMOK campaign and help to protect Filipino Children from dengue and malaria.We ask you to take only 3 minutes to read our campaign proposal .Your nest 3 minutes can make the difference and save Filipino children lives.Supporting AYOKO SA LAMOK,is protecting your own family.
    Thanks for your time and support to AYOKO SA LAMOK campaign…

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  27. Check us out: http://charmsandchimesontheroad.com

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