Skip to main content



Attending #NextPH: Social Media Day 2017

One of the things I miss about blogging is being able to attend blogging events.  I may not be actively blogging as much as I used to or as much as I wanted to (I upload some vlogs about makeup, art, and gameplays, though), but I do try to get back into attending blogging-related events.  #NextPH is not specifically a blogging event, but a celebration of the ever-increasing users of social media.  Filipinos may have the right to claim that the Philippines is the Social Media Capital of the World, with internet trend reports done released by Hootsuite and We Are Social LTD stating that:

The report, called Digital in 2017, showed that Filipinos spent an average of 4 hours and 17 minutes per day on social media sites such as Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter. The data were based on active monthly user data from social media companies as recent as Jan. 2017.The Philippines is followed by Brazil (3 hours and 43 minutes) and Argentina (3 hours and 32 minutes).The United States, where many of t…

Latest Posts

Words Can Kill

The Atheist Doctor in the Multiverse

Notes on ASEAN Summit 2017, Part I: My Personal Story

Duterte and Failed Promises

Dr. Perlas and the Philippines' Ailing Healthcare System

Some Comments on Presidential Communications Operations Office's Social Media Policy Draft

The Problem of Slut-shaming

Why Should We End Hereditary Religion?