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Category Archives: Development
Workers unite! But then ask the question: Unite to do what exactly? That slogan has been around for more than two centuries now, and though many “activist” elements out there might want us to believe that their “fight” was what … Continue reading
My first reaction to the “Sunset View Block Condominium” Billboard on CCP’s lawn would have been outrage, if I didn’t know better. If I didn’t take to heart GMA TV New’s Howie Severino’s slogan, “Think Before You Click”, I might … Continue reading
In his seminal book, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (1905), Max Weber, widely known as the father of modern sociology, provided (arguably among the first and most compelling) arguments on the relationship (or correlation) between ‘culture’ and … Continue reading
It is probably welcome news to environmental activists but a disappointing turn of events for anyone who likes the idea of tapping the Philippines’ imposing stockpile of mineral resources to attract tangible industrial investment and create jobs: Some subtle hints … Continue reading
“Diplomacy is the art of letting someone else have your way.” – Sir David Frost A Pinoy Hang-up: Credentialism It was only quite recently that I was told that Chefs do not refer to themselves as Chefs. When introducing themselves, … Continue reading
And Other Stupid Things People Will Believe Because Its Retweeted or Reposted on Facebook Remember a while back, Tim Yap mistakenly tweeted that some reporter had won the biggest Lotto prize? A lot of people re-tweeted it and believed it … Continue reading
The Philippines has no shortage of morons. This is evident in the number people who defy logic or facts without using any empirical evidence to support their stand. This is also evident in the number of people who are supposedly … Continue reading
The past events have shown just how unstable a country the Philippines is. With most unstable systems, even a slight relaxing of vital control functions results in a rapid unraveling or degeneration of its structure. In the last several months, … Continue reading