, February 08, 2023

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  Jan 23, 2023

England Bans Single-Use Plastic Products and Packaging

It is estimated that 2.7 billion disposable knives, forks, cups, and plates are used in England every year. Most of them are made of plastic. Just 10 percent of them are recycled.

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  Jan 21, 2023

3 Million Filipinos Experience ‘Involuntary Hunger’ in Last Quarter of 2022

The national Social Weather Survey of December 10-14, 2022, found that 11.8% of Filipino families, or an estimated 3.0 million, experienced involuntary hunger – being hungry and not having anything to eat – at least once in the past three months.

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  Jan 12, 2023

Circuit breakers, Onions, Destab, and Retrograde

For government communicators obligated to officially explain all these developments with a straight face, let me give a piece of unsolicited advice, culled from years of staring at the stars

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  Nov 09, 2022

Relics, Memorials and Robert E. Lee

In 2019, before the Black Lives Matter movement really got going after the brutal murder of George Floyd, I wrote down with hysterical glee how some Americans vented their anger at statues and relics of the past.

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Lucky You
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  Oct 05, 2022

Power to the People
Power to the People

  Sep 19, 2022



  Jan 29, 2023

Frequently-Asked Questions about Advertising - Part II

Answers to questions like "why do creatives treat accounts people badly?" and "would you do a campaign for just anyone?

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  Jan 13, 2023

Frequently-Asked Questions about Advertising

Answers to "what is the hardest part about creating an advertisement?", "what is the role of humor?", and other questions.

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  Dec 30, 2022

Stop The Blame Game!

The violent fluctuation of the prices of basic food commodities is indicative of an institutional problem which is the flawed and trader-controlled marketing system.

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  Dec 27, 2022

Courting the People’s Wrath

While the Philippines does not have surplus revenues, as in fact it is suffering from a huge fiscal deficit, there is a surfeit of negative and ominous economic indicators which deter the creation of the Maharlika Investment Fund

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  Jan 30, 2023

The Booksale Story: How a Shoeshine Boy Turned Bargain Books into a P600-M-a-year Business

“We vow to stubbornly make reading affordable."

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  Jan 20, 2023

The Poetry of Our Brew

Our Brew takes a look at the poetry we've published, and provides the reader a selection.

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  Feb 03, 2023

The Promise

Ted Kooser, former US Poet Laureate, says Jane Hirshfeld is one of the country’s finest poets.

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  Feb 01, 2023

The 6 Elements that Make Up a Good Poem

by Kevin Watt, Allpoetry founder

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  Jan 26, 2023

Chaos Revisited: Manuel Baldemor's Blue

By Marne Kilates

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  Jan 25, 2023

Reads Likes Comments

A poet likens unheralded poetry to the basket carrying the helpless Moses, needing attention and love.

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  Dec 21, 2022

There was a Bristling in the Air

The newly-born Jesus lying on a feeding trough rocked the political world, and "the mighty slept twitchily that night."

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  Dec 03, 2022

Liminal

"In the world of the in-between, memory is the nourishment of poetry."

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  Dec 01, 2022

In Patient

A hus­band checking his wife’s heart­beat with a stetho­scope and hears...

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  Nov 20, 2022

The Good Life

A Pulitzer Prize winner talks about the poverty between paydays

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  Jan 27, 2023

Eraserheads: The Pop Machine’s Magic Still There After All These Years

The kids of the 90s embraced the Eraserheads as chroniclers, mystics, megaphones, soothsayers. The band from Diliman embodied their personas; their past, present, and future.

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  Oct 15, 2022

‘The Art of Trending’: AI Creates Artwork From Topics Trending on Twitter

Artificial Intelligence looks at what's trending and then makes art out of what it hears.

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  Nov 29, 2021

Edwin Wilwayco and his Journey through Jazz

Interlude is one of Wilwaycoʼs most complex group of paintings in that the ideas expressed cover a range of themes.

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  Aug 22, 2021

We Survived Hand-to-hand Combat with Covid

"My father was driven around (hooked to his oxygen tank) around Metro Manila for half a day. Those of us left at home called hospitals and government channels to see if any of them could help us out. Each time we were rejected or told to wait but we knew we did not have time to spare."

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  Jun 25, 2021

Quality Survives the Quarantine

"What pandemic? We beat our highest pre-Covid sales figures with less branches open."

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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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  Oct 27, 2021

She Said What?!

She Said What?!

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  Oct 06, 2021

Remember that Indonesian Guy and his Rice Cooker Wife? They’re Now Divorced

Indonesian Man Marries Rice Cooker, Divorces It 4 Days Later

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  Oct 05, 2021

In a Brawl? Never Give Up

In a Brawl? Never Give Up

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  Sep 30, 2021

You May Now Kiss the Cooker

Photos of an Indonesian man marrying a rice cooker have gone viral, catching the attention of Indonesian media.

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  Jan 29, 2023

‘To Fix or Not to Fix?’ That is the Question

Thousands of pups are born each day. The majority of them are the progeny of stray dogs who have not been ‘fixed’ (neutered or spayed). This indicates that these puppies may worsen the already dire condition of a rising number of stray and abandoned dogs.

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  Jan 28, 2023

Reptiles and Amphibians as Pets

"We had quite a number of reptiles and amphibians. We set most of them free eventually. The ‘tiktik’ and the snapping turtle, though, did not make it through their recovery."

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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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