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  May 18, 2024

For the First Time, Two Pulitzer Winners Disclosed Using AI in Their Reporting

We didn’t use AI to replace what would’ve otherwise been done manually. We used AI precisely because it was the type of task that would’ve taken so long to do manually.

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  May 16, 2024

Philippines’ Marcos Forms Toothless Rights ‘Super Body’ — Human Rights Watch

On paper, the Special Committee on Human Rights Coordination looks impressive, and its stated purpose is admirable. But the body will have little authority to address the serious rights abuses facing the country.

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  Jun 12, 2024

“Bagong Pilipinas” is a Pop Song, but …

“Bagong Pilipinas” was either written by a committee and approved by a tone deaf bureaucrat, or a submission from the lowest bidder

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  May 23, 2024

Pusong Mamon or Pusong Bato? Bato de la Rosa and the Politician as Ham Actor

Will De la Rosa’s investigation into the “PDEA Leaks” continue under Escudero’s leadership?

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  Mar 06, 2024

New Study Looks at What Can Happen When Journalism and Comedy Intersect

“Comedy in this case should not be seen as a pejorative obstacle to ‘real’ journalism, but as an expansion of journalistic role performances more in tune with contemporary interpretations of journalisms in the plural."

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  Mar 04, 2024

How to Identify and Investigate AI Audio Deepfakes, a Major 2024 Election Threat

Last year, an AI-synthesized impersonation of the voice of an opposition leader helped swing an election. Here are tips and advice on how to detect audio deep fakes

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  Jun 10, 2024

Welcome to the Algorithm Nation

For the first time since 2022, the pro-Marcos content is up against an opposition in this virtual nation. It might not be an opposition we agree with, it might not even be a “real” opposition to us, but in this community that this algorithm builds, it is what nation looks like.

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  Apr 24, 2024

A Lasting Bond in Fire and Steel

“A lasting bond in fire and steel was forced among the men and women lawyers who stood up to question whether we were really a country of 40 million cowards and one son of a bitch, plus one bitch, as it were.” 

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  May 27, 2024

When Your Country’s Leaders Are Hostile to the Press

Having weathered two decades of the highs and lows that come with investigating the powerful, Alconada Mon has some suggestions for reporters on dealing with government hostility, staying safe, and making sure your stories are heard.

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  Apr 05, 2024

Feeding Bodies, Nourishing Souls

“Some people see me as a very political figure. But when it comes to food, let’s not be partisan. Everyone can join, everyone eats, everyone feels hunger. Food should unite us all.”

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  Jun 15, 2024

How Allen Ginsberg’s Poems About Madness Helped Change Psychiatry

The cultural impact of Ginsberg’s poetry on psychiatry was profound... The change was that madness and mental illness should not just be shut away and silenced. There’s a human experience there.

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  May 21, 2024

Navalny On Jeopardy

Poet pays tribute to Russian opposition leader

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  Apr 27, 2024

Overdosing on the Stairs

A poem of pain about the poet's mother

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  Apr 15, 2024

Fathers and Sons of Gaza

They are many. Fathers, children clutched tight, racing with death.

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  Apr 12, 2024

Kaddish for Allen Ginsberg's 27th DeathDay

A friend of Allen Ginsberg recalls the master poet of the Beat Generation who once lived with them, paying tribute to the man who 'touched and changed the direction of my life'.

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  Mar 25, 2024

Pulong Gabadhas

An OFW writes a heartfelt poem in gratitude to the poets whose words have inspired him. Cebuano with translation.

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  Mar 20, 2024

Apartment

What happens when a couple breaks up and they have a pet?

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  Mar 18, 2024

Watching from a Coffee Table at the Mall

It's a pastime of senior people: observing individuals from afar and speculating about their stories, pondering the issues that weigh on their minds.

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  Jun 08, 2024

TRAVEL LIGHT by Pete Jimenez

"Take nothing for the journey - keep it simple; no bag, no bread, no money"

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  Oct 11, 2023

Anxiety Can Often Be a Drag on Creativity, Upending the Trope of the Tortured Artist

Anxiety is a roadblock, not an instigator of creativity

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  Aug 16, 2022

The Mountain that Grew

The Latest from Krip Yuson: An illustrated allegory for young adults and above.

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  Jun 16, 2022

Living in Times of Unrest: Bart Pasion and the Philippine Revolution

Ambag ang libro ni E.C. Tadem sa pagtutuwid at paghahayag sa salimuot ng kasaysayan ng ating lipunan.

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  Apr 28, 2023

Politics for Dummies

Our choice of leaders is informed by our political sophistication - or our lack of it. And oftentimes, we get it wrong.

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  Apr 20, 2023

The Power Fist

Tiger Woods did it. Novak Djokovic does it. Olympians do it. What’s with this phenomenon called fist pumping - an almost obscene gesture not unlike someone giving you the finger?

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  Feb 24, 2023

Booksale, Converted Vans and UK (Ukay-Ukay)

The Ukay-ukay is the premier hand-me-down - UK for short. The name itself is nothing to crow about - in fact it’s degrading and undeserving of the high regard that the Salvation Army puts on it.

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  Oct 27, 2021

She Said What?!

She Said What?!

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  May 29, 2024

Raw Meat Vs. Cooked Meat: What is Best for Your Dog?

Feeding our canine companions is a responsibility that all dog owners take seriously. Among the various debates surrounding dog nutrition, one of the most common is whether raw or cooked meat is better for our furry friends.

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  May 26, 2024

How to Choose Dry Dog Food and Cat Food

From vegetarian to raw, grain-free to high-protein, the options seem endless. However, amidst this plethora of offerings, dry dog and cat food, commonly known as kibble, remains a staple for many pet owners.

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  Nov 27, 2021

'Island Life'

A Christmas Ritual in this Poor Country

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  Jun 27, 2021

Thus Said the Lourd

Thus Said the Lourd

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  Jun 19, 2021

Ayoko Na Sa 'Yo

Ayoko Na Sa 'Yo

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  Jun 17, 2021

From the Hand and Heart of Robert Alejandro

From the Hand and Heart of Robert Alejandro

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