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Tibaldo: Social Media in Government
SOCIAL media has become a valuable tool in disseminating and promoting government programs and services and many public officials and information units today are engaging the public by using popular internet based platform such as Facebook, Tweeter and others including ...
From 230 days ago
Tibaldo: Revisiting Tabuk as a city
SCHOOL children going to school now ride on Toktok tricycles made in India and I am not surprised if these were ordered online through Alibaba. With the city’s six lane roads, you can see progress and flourishing of businesses from ...
From 237 days ago
Tibaldo: From faucets, waterways and river systems
WE ALL live downstream. I once heard this phrase from one of our departed elders in media when we had a series of dialogues about the growing concern about the sad state of Balili River. Balili lies at the La ...
From 244 days ago
Tibaldo: Sharing information and accessing online data
ACCESSING news, information and data made available by net-based portals such as Yahoo, Google, Wikipedia, YouTube and others like social media for free are keeping netizens informed on a day-to-day and minute-by-minute basis with constant updates on what is happening ...
From 258 days ago
Tibaldo: Writing stories about Baguio
BAGUIO City over the years has evolved from its 1909 charter as the summer capital of the Philippines to many other types of destinations such as honeymooner's paradise, city of flowers, educational center, convention place and religious mecca of the ...
From 265 days ago
Tibaldo: Of Sakura Park, eco-tours and postal museum
ON AUGUST 21, I went to the Irisan dumpsite which is now being eyed as an Eco-Park by the city government to check on the developments being undertaken by both government and the local residents. I noticed that the junk-shop ...
From 271 days ago
Tibaldo: Baguio eco parks
AFTER the 1990 killer earthquake, our media group have been trekking the Busol Watershed on a regular basis as we found a sense of responsibility when we commit ourselves and others to plant and care for trees in a forested ...
From 279 days ago
Tibaldo: Baguio Eco Parks
MY FATHER Marcelo was a laborer at the Baguio Health Department since the late ‘50s tasked to fumigate mosquito-infested areas under the Anti-Malaria Control Unit. At that time, the dreaded DDT was not yet banned by the World Health Organization ...
From 285 days ago
Tibaldo: Baguio-ness and the city’s street children
IN MY bid to mark or tag historical sites in Google Map as an amateur guide, I identified places such as the Baguio Post Office, the Baguio Cathedral, the Mansion House, Burnham Park and the old skating rink.I also marked ...
From 293 days ago
Tibaldo: CAT, ROTC and peaceful PH
BACK in the days, there was Citizens Army Training or CAT of which I earned the rank of Staff Sergeant of the Model Platoon. I was a senior student at the then Baguio City High School and the CAT was ...
From 299 days ago