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Tibaldo: Communications technology and the need for media education
SINCE the time of the early scribes and medieval town criers, painters, caricaturists, publicists and early reporters has played an important role in chronicling events that happened in the past. From clay tablets, hieroglyphs, ancient cave paintings and the Gutenberg ...
From 290 days ago
Tibaldo: The Jesuits and their historic place in Baguio
IF NOT for scribes and historians who chronicled their past experiences and of people around them, we would not have known and heard much of the world we live in.During the renaissance period that precedes the dark ages, things became ...
From 297 days ago
Tibaldo: Remembering the Gran Cordillera Festival
BACK in the earlier days when most people have no idea of the concept of global interconnectivity, the Gran Cordillera Festival was a dream to many locals in the uplands of Northern Luzon. It was always felt that the rich ...
From 304 days ago
Tibaldo: Embracing new normal with all health and safety protocols
WITH this global reality that shook the world with a life causing pandemic by the thousands, we should now consider all things with extreme precaution noting that the air we breathe and the public places we go to are laden ...
From 311 days ago
Tibaldo: My Covid-19 Diary: Doing things worthwhile in isolation
I HAD several engagements with the Philippine National Red Cross in the past. I was a resource speaker of the local chapter on the Standard Disaster Management in 2000 and years before that, I was a participant in an Airport ...
From 318 days ago
Tibaldo: Turning plus sign into something positive
(1st of 2 parts)SINCE the middle of March, I have been covering office-related inter-agency interventions like the rollout of Rolling Stores in the various barangays of Baguio City and municipalities of Benguet Province. This program of my office is meant ...
From 325 days ago
Tibaldo: Baguio of my childhood
AS A child who grew up in Baguio from the early sixties to the seventies, I cannot recall any big events like the Charter Day celebrations and festivities other than the Fourth of July Independence Day and Labor Day programs. ...
From 330 days ago
Tibaldo: Online learning and basic content creation
FOR many private schools in the country, classes start this week following a new mode of distance learning, which means that lessons will be transmitted online by the teachers to their students and the interactions will be virtual or ...
From 339 days ago
Tibaldo: Baguio hills as heritage or historical sites
THE Dominican Hill was declared as a heritage site by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines on September 1, 2014 and after some restorations and improvements introduced by the city government, the whole place transformed into a venue ...
From 346 days ago
Tibaldo: ABS-CBN, MBS Newscenter-4 and Edsa People Power
MY PERSONAL affairs with Alto Broadcasting Corporation and Chronicle Broadcasting Network or ABS-CBN dates back to the time of the late strongman Ferdinand Edralin Marcos. It was actually towards the end of the Marcos regime that I entered the defunct ...
From 353 days ago