· March, 2007

Stories about Philippines from March, 2007

Philippines: Installing Ubuntu

  28 March 2007

Connie in Philippines describes her experience of installing Ubuntu, a popular distribution of Linux operating system on her daughter's new laptop computer.

Philippines: Internet Star

  22 March 2007

Mike Abundo has a post on Christine Gambino, a Filipina nursing student in the U.S. Gambito is giving up her nursing career to pursue her online career. “With one fell swoop, Christine has singlehandedly begun the viral transformation of the Filipina global image: from lowly-paid nurse to social media maven.”

Filipino Bloggers Discuss Homeschooling

  20 March 2007

An interesting discussion on whether one should homeschool their children or send them to a school appeared on some blogs from the Philippines. A Passerby's Trail writes I am an educator and I had a lot of teaching experiences in different school levels; yet as a mom, I prefer to...

Philippines: Soldiers in the Campus

  17 March 2007

Mong Palatino is worried about the army visiting campuses and warning students not to join progressive youth groups. “These ‘peacekeeping missions’ of the military are unnecessary, illegal and dangerous. These create a chilling effect in campuses. The military aims to frighten students who are contemplating of joining groups which are...

Philippines: Visiting the Great Pyramids of Giza

  8 March 2007

Our Awsome Planet shares images from the blogger's recent trip to Egypt. “This is my humble attempt to share the experience with you, and I feel that there are no words to describe accurately the experience. I immediately went over to www.new7wonders.com to vote for The Great Pyramids of Egypt...

Philippines: More Women Climbing the Corporate Ladder

  8 March 2007

Caffeinesparks celebrates the Women's day by digging up statistics that points to Philippines having the most number of women in top corporate positions. “My country tops the list of countries with the most number of senior management executives among 32 surveyed nations (including yours). In the region where wives supposedly...