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Lawyer Jesus Falcis, brother of Kris Aquino’s estranged business manager Nicko, is no longer invited to Yellowtard blogger Jover Laurio’s wedding today for obvious reasons. But he’s got a wedding gift for her nonetheless in the form of more resibos seemingly detailing more of the lengths to which Laurio would go to achieve her purported…

Read More Jesus Falcis’s “wedding gift” to @PinoyAkoBlog reveals the treachery in Jover Laurio’s social climbing!

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The latest screenshots leaked out of ledgers detailing what could be cash disbursements possibly originating from the Queen of All Philippine Media herself, Kris Aquino, show that at least 195,000 pesos was spent on Facebook ad campaigns to boost what are essentially demolition jobs published on Yellowtard blog site Pinoy Ako Blog. What appear to…

Read More At least 195,000 pesos spent on @PinoyAkoBlog #PABoost Facebook ad campaigns!

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The photos Twitter account of the New York Times has been suspended for violation of Twitter community guidelines after publishing photos of bodies of victims of a suspected terror attack in Nairobi, Kenya. NYT East Africa bureau chief Kumiko de Freytas-Tamura has since apologised for that lapse in editorial judgement. Interestingly, publishing photos of dead…

Read More @NYTphoto SUSPENDED after publishing photos of bodies following Dusit terrorist attack in Kenya

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Social media academic Antonio Contreras tweeted something that captures the lost essence of online discourse… “In the academe, we don’t block people who disagree with us. We prove them wrong.” (or something to that effect). See, the thing with online discourse nowadays is that people no longer see it as a competitive landscape. Ideas need…

Read More The essence of online discourse was lost when Netizens lost the will to COMPETE for dominance

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Another day, another example of dishonest journalism perpetrated by “social news network” Rappler goes on exhibit. In its latest piece of crooked “journalism” Duterte gov’t allows ‘drug war’ deaths to go unsolved, the following blurb is used as a foreword the article… The systematic delay in solving killings does not help the Duterte administration in…

Read More DISHONEST Rappler “report” claims Duterte gov’t in trouble with ICC because it “allows” drug war deaths to go unsolved!