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THe MiSeDuCaTioN oF ZaPpeD
kwento ni kat Tinig Kayumanggi sa UAE Next Generation Filipino
JUNE’S DAY Blithe and Untroubled life… Mabangong Pagong
Aling Baby pamplona17 taludtod at saknong
Tadonggeniuskuno Defying The Laws of Physics Kwentulang Marino
Aurora Metropolis Ang Palda ni Inay PILIPINONG KATOLIKO
Monologue Abuse Chismosang Mimosa Chronicles of the Unsaid
at wit’s end AnonyMous Koneksyon CHEERS
PULPOLitika My Only Star zayith hebron
sa saliw ng awit Say Cheese Art + Literature = ♥
Baul ni Theo Aliwan Avenue Samahang LAYB
25pesocupnoodles Kalakbay at Katoto Ang Letter Kk
thelovelybiatch sikretokritikatpuna Pagsikat ng Araw
Hames frommanualtodigital pritongpretsels
otep pruelpo jasonhamster
gasti blurosebluguy alaehvhoi
alimbukad dormboy hitokiriHOSHI
atmaramipangiba Nag-bo-blog Pa Rin Ako bolix
kwentongkengkay kayedee narsmanang
naglalambingnacute jongskie721 jhunice
bernardumali gpixels taroogs
rockyrivera matangapoy ahkong
batangistik livingstain tutubiii
barquera neildalanon bursky
himantayon2 aubu22 guerdontula
xplorasyon otom
bulaboop mousmous jex009
frchito jasonhamster2 brokenform
lunabertigo alingbanang hulisabalita
zosimoquibilan tutubiii gap in the Hertz Ring



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Happy Birthday, WordPress!!!


Ngayong araw, Lunes, ika-27 ng Mayo ay minamarkahan ang ika-10 Kaarawan ng WordPress.

Ang WordPress ay isang libre at open source blogging tool at isang content management system (CMS) batay sa PHP at MySQL na kung saan ay tumatakbo sa isang serbisyo ng hosting sa Web. Ito ay may maraming mga tampok na kasama ang isang plug-in architecture at ng isang template ng sistema. Ito ay ginagamit ng higit sa 14.7% ng Alexa Internet “top 1,000,000” website at noong Agosto 2011 namamahala ng 22% ng lahat ng mga bagong website. Ang WordPress ay kasalukuyang ang pinaka-popular na sistema ng blogging sa paggamit sa Web, nagpapatakbo ng mahigit sa 60 milyong mga website sa buong mundo.

Ito ay unang inilabas noong May 27, 2003, sa pamamagitan ng tagapagtatag na sina Matt Mullenweg at Mike Little bilang isang fork ng b2/cafelog. Noong Abril 2013, ang bersyon 3.5 ay nai-download na lampas sa 18 milyong beses.

Si Christine Selleck Tremoulet, isang kaibigan ni Mullenweg, ang nagmungkahi ng pangalang WordPress.

Ang WordPress ngayon nagpapagana sa isa sa pitong mga website, at 58 porsiyento ng lahat ng mga sistema ng pamamahala ng nilalaman.

Sa katunayan, 66,000,000 na mga website sa buong mundo ay gumagamit ng WordPress, kabilang ang Silicon Hills News, TechCrunch, TED at CNN.



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Translate Your BLOG


Paunawa: Ang entring ito ay nai-post ko na rito noong ika-18 ng Pebrero, 2010. Naisipan kong baguhin ito upang mailagay na rin ang mga kapwa natin blogger na wala pa rito. Ang dating siyamnapu’t apat nagiging mahigit isang daan na at madaragdagan pa ito kung may mga bagong entri na pasok sa Blog of the Day/Top Post na sa bandang ibabaw ilalagay. Maraming salamat…

Ito ay isang katuwaan lamang. Gusto mo bang makita ang iyong blog na nakasulat sa wikang Tsino? Kagulat-gulat ito, ‘di ba? May isang simpleng paraan para magawa mo iyon – at hindi lamang sa wikang Tsino kundi sa iba pang mga pangunahing wika ng mundo kagaya ng Arabo, Espanyol, Aleman at iba pa.


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Narito ang paraan: Pumili ng wika sa pamamagitan ng pagpindot sa anumang bandila ng lenggwaheng gusto na nasa itaas. Hintayin na mag-lod ang translator. Pagkatapos, pindutin ang iyong avatar sa ibaba. Andali, ‘di ba?

Sige na, try mo…

Maaaring magkakaroon ng translation engine na ito sa iyong webpage. Iilang kalikot lang dito, kaunting kalikot doon at, siyempre, kinakailangan din ang kaunting pagkamalikhain.

Upang maisalin ang mga parirala, pangungusap o talata, at kahit na webpage, i-klik lamang ang imahe sa ibaba.



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how ‘mga Sulating Pilipino’ did in 2010


how ‘mga Sulating Pilipino’ did in 2010

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how ‘mga Sulating Pilipino’ did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow.

Crunchy numbers

Featured image

About 3 million people visit the Taj Mahal every year. ‘mga Sulating Pilipino’ was viewed about 49,000 times in 2010. If it were the Taj Mahal, it would take about 6 days for that many people to see it.

In 2010, there were 12 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 44 posts. There were 44 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 7mb. That’s about 4 pictures per month.

The busiest day of the year was February 23rd with 646 views. The most popular post that day was Translate Your BLOG.

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were:
tagged.com
translate.google.com.ph
wvvw.tagged.com
WordPress Dashboard
google.com.ph.

Some visitors came searching, mostly for:
the filipino is worth dying for
mga awit
filipinos are worth dying for
the filipino is worth dying for by benigno aquino
filipino is worth dying for.

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.

1. Translate Your BLOG February2010
22comments

2. The Filipino is Worth Dying For – Benigno Aquino Jr. August 2009
11 comments

3. Philippines: Politics of Popularity May 2010
14 comments and 1 Like on WordPress.com,

4. The Paradox of Our Time June 2010
2 comments and 1 Like on WordPress.com,

5. Full-screen Video on your Blogpage February 2010
11 comments

Some of most popular posts were written before 2010. doroastig’s writing has staying power! He considers writing about those topics again.


Above are the contents of an email sent by WordPress to ‘mga Sulating Pilipino’. The presentation is slightly modified but all of the data are retained. Here is the screen shot of the actual email. Please click on the resulting image to enlarge.

note: WordPress is the host to this blog.



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I Made an Honest Mistake


I MADE AN HONEST MISTAKE !

Two days ago, I had an urge to visit Mga Sulating Pilipino‘, my blog on WordPress to check on my latest post and to edit if it needed to be. After I clicked the ‘MSP‘ icon on my desktop, to my surprise, an unusual message appeared. My God, my blog was archived/suspended!!!



Mixed feelings crept within me. How come? Why? What WordPress ‘Terms of Service’ have I violated? For almost two years tinkering with this blog, why just now? What will happen to my co-blogger/friends there who brought me a sense of fulfillment? All I want when I started ‘MSP’ is to share whatever I have, technical, memorable experiences, personal perspective of present issues, and many, many more. It is never intended to spread nonsense posts. At my age of almost sixty, have I the guts to post misleading topics? No, considering that some of the co-blogger/friends called me ‘Itay/ Papa’ which made me feel I am worthy of it. Does a father can be called as such when, intead of leading children to a brighter future, teach them to break rules? No…and never!

Even though I can not log in to WordPress, I have managed to access WordPress Terms of Service. I want to say here, I made a mistake but an honest one. Those who followed ‘Mga Sulating Pilipino’ knew that when I use image or quote parts of published items, I see to it that the owner of the item/items are properly acknowledged. When that urge hit me two days ago, what I have in mind is the one I was bothered: my last post. It was entitled ‘Color your Blog’. The violation I committed is on the last part of it. With thoughts I might share what I knew, I placed a link that will show a Javasript program which when clicked will show this:

My mistake? Intead of opening it from your browser, it will be opened on my blog. Did you see the caption that go with the program? I seemed to have claimed the ownership of the program which I do not. Its rightful owner would presume that the owner of the blog where it appeared claimed its ownership. My mistake is, instead of writing down its URL, I made a link out of it! An honest mistake! The truth is, you can use it without setbacks when opened from your browser.

A part of WordPress ‘Terms of Service’ states that:

Scraper blogs: Blogs that take content from other blogs and re-publish it without permission (this is sometimes called scraping). If a blog contains stolen content, it’s gone!

The owner of the program is not just a simple blog, it is a website. I have no right to use it on my blog. Truthfully I have been using it personally since I blogged. I do not know if eCritters (the owner of the program) will grant permission to placed it on a certain site. I have not tried to. It is my personal reference as to what color to use in my blogs. I regret it but ‘what’s the use of crying over spilled milk’? Due to my carelessness, I have already lost ‘MSP’. I am very sorry for doing so, eCritters.

Nevertheless, ‘Mga Sulating Pilipino’, is just one of mine. I have still two, dot coms and one of these is ‘Points to Wonder’. The question: “What will happen to my co-blogger/friends” can be partially answered through this. I can still share my thoughts and at the same time, view theirs. I can still connect to them.

Your question now will be, “Why not act immediately so that we know what really happened to “MSP“? My answer: It is hard for me to accept the WordPress verdict at first. I seem to lose my sense of existence. Secondly, since I can not access my ‘MSP’, it took time for me to duplicate the ‘WordPressers’ widget where my Worpresser friends can be accessed. Try to see the side bar here, are the ‘WordPress Bloggers’ the same as ‘MSP‘s?

Lastly, I hope this post will enlighten the readers why ‘MSP’ was suspended from WordPress. I have violated one of WordPress ‘Terms of Service‘ but, God knows, it is an unintentional one.

Incase you want to use the invaluable eCritter program, here is the link:



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Malaysian tycoon buys networking site Friendster


Most of us, if not all, have been members of FRIENDSTER. This item (taken from a news report) may shed light on why it has a new formatting scheme.

KUALA LUMPUR (AP) — Malaysian tycoon Vincent Tan announced a deal to buy Friendster, a social networking site that still retains a strong following in Southeast Asia after losing in global popularity to Facebook and MySpace.

Tan’s online payment systems business will buy 100 percent of Friendster through an affiliate company, according to a joint statement Thursday.

The two companies will be combined so Tan’s business empire can sell content such as games, movies, music and other products to Friendster’s 115 million members, using his company’s electronic payments system. Tan’s businesses include retail franchises in Southeast Asia such as Starbucks, 7-Eleven, Borders, Krispy Kreme, and Wendy’s.

The price for Friendster wasn’t disclosed but the combined entity will have annual revenue of about $110 million.

“We are creating a unique company that will be well positioned to provide content to a huge, regional user base here in Southeast Asia,” the statement said.

Launched in 2003, Friendster was among the first to establish online social networking as a hot trend. It soon faded in popularity, however, as Web users migrated to newer sites such as MySpace.com and Facebook.com.

Facebook is the world’s second most popular Web site, attracting almost 29 percent of Internet users, according to Web traffic monitor Alexa.com.

In contrast, only 0.4 percent of Internet users are visiting Friendster, ranking it the 164th most popular site globally.

Despite its demise in the U.S., Friendster has managed to build a strong following in Asia, particularly in the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia. The three countries account for almost 60 percent of its users.

Friendster Chief Executive Richard Kimber said about 90 million of the site’s members are Asians and described the merger as an “industry-changing event.”


Associated Press Writer Tomoko A. Hosaka in Tokyo contributed to this report.



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