Friday, August 7, 2009

Thank You!

Thank you mother Corazon "Cory" Cojuangco Aquino for being the mother of our country in for being a mother of freedom in our love country Philippines.

Thank You...

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

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Saturday, November 8, 2008

THE MOST IN-DEMAND COURSES

1st – Culinary Arts. This had twice the demand of the second place subject. Interest was split fairly evenly between cuisine and baking/pastry

2nd – Business. This includes seven majors but excludes Accounting

3rd – Accounting. Close behind business. If you add Accounting to Business it almost equals the numbers for Culinary Arts.

4th – Engineering. All disciplines including the most popular (Computer Eng), which is not a licensed subject.

5th – IT. And if we add Software Eng. this would be more popular than Engineering.

6th – Nursing – a far cry from its No. 1 status 3 years ago.

7th – Psychology. Always a favorite (like business) for those who don’t really know what to do!

8th – Graphic Design. Hardly surprising but took a long time to get there.

9th – Digital Arts. Definitely a sign of things to come.

10th – Hotel & Restaurant Management. Just squeezing in with 3.15% of inquiries.

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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Sites We Can't Live Without

Google

What started as the Web's best search engine has become a jack-of-all-trades, offering all sorts of free applications, from Spreadsheets and Calendar to Picasa (for digital photos) and Gmail. There's Google Scholar, which lets you search for academic papers on any topic, and Google Finance (nice charts!); Google Maps has inspired countless "mash-ups" including weatherbonk.com. Register for a free account and you can personalize your home page too. Click here, for a menu of features and services that have officially launched; go to Google Labs for the new stuff that's still in beta (such as Spreadsheets). The unaffiliated (but lovingly devoted) Googletutor.com has helpful tips and advice for making the most of all things Google. Read more about some of Google's latest-greatest features in the TIME archives.


Yahoo!
Arguably Google's toughest competition for top Web property. Check out the new My Web 2.0 service, which incorporates the social bookmarking activities of the recently-acquired del.icio.us (you get to see where other people are surfing, and share your own favorite links). Maps.yahoo.com/traffic offers a visual guide to gridlock situations on major roads in 20 metropolitan areas; Yahoo Photos offers new ways to share images (more advanced search features, tagging and other tools); and the new Yahoo Tech page cherry-picks from CNET's playbook. Earlier this summer, Yahoo partner site fifaworldcup.yahoo.com scored with video highlights and a live MatchCast


Wikipedia
A real Web wonder: this massive, collaborative online encyclopedia is written, edited, and maintained primarily by volunteers; some 1.3 million articles in English, and millions more in 228 other languages

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Vote Now for the NEW 7 WONDERS OF THE WORLD


OUR ENTRIES FOR NEW 7 WONDERS OF THE WORLD

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You have one voice, but seven votes.

1. Puerto-Princesa Subterranean River National Park. A must-see for first time visitors and tourists in Palawan. The longest navigable underground river and reputedly the most beautiful subterranean river in the world.

Its main attraction is an 8.2 kilometer Underground River that winds through a spectacular cave before emptying into the South China Sea.

At the mouth of the cave, a clear lagoon is framed by ancient trees growing right to the water's edge. Monkeys, large monitor lizards, and squirrels find their niche on the beach near the cave.

Visitors can also enjoy bird watching, mountain trekking, and exploring the deeper part of the forest .

The park was declared a premier ecotourism destination and has been inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage lists for its outstanding universal value and ecological significance as a natural site of intense beauty. ( visitpuertoprincesa.com )

2. Chocolate Hills (Carmen; 55 km. from Tagbilaran City). This is the most famous tourist attraction inBohol. Among the 1,268 perfectly cone-shaped hills which abound in Central Bohol, two have been developed into a resort. On top of the hills is a complex that offers accommodation, conference rooms, restaurants, and a view deck.

3. Mayon has the classic conical shape of a stratovolcano. It is the most active volcano in the Philippines. Since 1616, Mayon has erupted 47 times.

4. Tubbattaha Reefs. It is a marine sanctuary located in the Middle Central Sulu Sea, 98 nautical miles southeast of Puerto Princesa City. Declared a World Natural Heritage site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on December 1993, it is under protective management by the Department of National Defense (DND). It is under technical supervision by the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development (PCSD) & the Department of Environment & Natural Resources (DENR).
It is located in Cagayancillo town, Palawan. Trips to Tubbattaha from mid-March to mid-June are all vessel-based and require planning for a minimum of six weeks prior to departure. To reach the place, take a 70-minute flight from Manila to Puerto Princesa City. From the airport, a shuttle bus takes you to the dive boat. Boat ride from Puerto Princesa City takes approximately 12 hours.



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