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Speedlinking August 17 2007

It’s a mighty rainy day this Friday. I hope none of you push it and try to go out tonight. The floods and traffic are horrible according to unfortunate friends who’ve been texting for the past hour, warning everyone else. Get home quickly and watch DVDs instead 🙂

  • Darren Rowse goes in depth with the Feedburner guys. They explain why Feedburner stats fluctuate on the chiclet. A very eye-opening read.
  • A lot of things happening next week: Market Manila Fashion Bazaar on Monday, Mrs. Fields’ Second Coming Store Concept Launch on Tuesday, WikiPilipinas site launch on Wednesday and the SM Taste Asia Awards on Thursday.
  • Let’s talk a bit more about WikiPilipinas and help spread the Pinoy love: is the free and hip web-based encyclopedia of the Philippines. It hopes to bring in as many volunteers to take part in its “knowledge revolution,” a nationwide campaign that will foster nationalism and help the country make an international mark abroad and gain cultural recognition of the Philippines.

    Within the year, WikiPilipinas aims to reach its stated benchmark of 100,000 entries to propel it among the top 10 Wiki encyclopedias of the world.

  • De La Salle has launched a new website. I went to De La Salle Zobel from Junior Prep to Grade 2. Does that count me as an alumnus?

By Jayvee Fernandez

Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast and sitting Techbology Editor for The Philippine STAR.

He is also an EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.

4 replies on “Speedlinking August 17 2007”

eugene, what batch did you graduate high school at zobel?

my parents transferred me to southridge after grade two. i really didn’t have a choice back then 🙂

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