Here’s an interesting book and exhibition in Spain : ExposiciÃƒÂ³n Filipiniana. See the online gallery. And read John Silva’s review. There’s also a review in the Spanish newspaper El Pais. The Ayala Museum and the Ateneo de Manila University’s Art Gallery curator participated in the exhibition.
Courtesy of Eating the Sun: a new translation of Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere is going to be published by Penguin Classics. Rizal is the first Filipino author to be published by Penguin.
Sylvia Mayuga on how the internet serves as meditation room, Agora, and emergency room for Filipinos everywhere.
Roger L. Simon muses on planned government leaks and the role they play in media management.
Technobiography on establishing Wikis so local communities can participate in the drafting of legislation.
Something to strive for in The Philippine Presidency Project: (via Pajamas Media) a website “maps the corpus” of all American State of the Union addresses from 1790 to 2006.
The Sunday Punch of Pangasinan has an essay that takes a fond look at the elderly.
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