Philippine National Elections is one of the most crucial but anticipated events because this is the time that we, as Filipinos, can exercise our right to vote and have hope for the future of the Filipinos. We as bloggers, will not be contented to contribute our help and existence online but also offline in the offline world as well.
More than a month ago with the initiative of Google Philippines, through its country representative Aileen Apolo – De Jesus, had Google Mapping Parties happening simultaneously in different parts of the Philippines such as Metro Manila, Davao, Cebu and others. Bloggers volunteered to map election precincts around the Philippines by going to the website www.findyourprecinct.ph.
Jejemon is a trending topic in the internet. And it has become more popular that I’ve chanced upon a segment in “Unang Hirit” about jejemon. I’ve also heard that it was also featured Jessica Soho’s show in GMA-7 last Saturday.
Find your Precinct is a great web application to search for the location of your respective precincts. In order to find your precinct, Enter the name of the city on the text box provided and as well as your precinct number. You can get your precinct number from your voter’s ID.
HTC Tattoo is the most affordable Android-based phone that HTC came up with. HTC Tattoo runs on Android 1.6. It has a 2.8″ TFT LCD touch screen and as well as a 4-way navigation control with an Enter button.