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April 18: iBlog2: The 2nd Philippine Blogging Summit! 32

Posted on March 26, 2006 by Administrator

The long wait is over! iBlog2: The 2nd Philippine Blogging Summit shall be on Tuesday, April 18 at the U.P. College of Law, U.P. Diliman, Quezon City from 9 am to 5 pm. Same as last year, this event is FREE!

Here’s our program for this year’s event:

9:00 to 10:00
Keynote Message
by Rebecca MacKinnon, Global Voices

Trends and Technology for Filipino Bloggers
By Emil Avancena, DotPH


Parallel Tracks: Breakout sessions (2 Rooms)

10:30 – 12:00

Track 1: Political Blogging Panel
Panel Moderator: Atty. Fred Pamaos

Blogs and the battle for ideas: personalities and issues
by Manuel L. Quezon III
(According to MLQ3, “We have to address how people are concerned over how nasty the political debate is getting.”)

Blogging and Participatory Governance
by Davao City Councilor Peter Laviña

Track 2: Personal Blogging Panel
Panel Moderator: Noemi Lardizabal-Dado

Blogging for mere mortals
By Joel Yuvienco

Making your blog funny and humorous
by Anton De Leon

Shameless Self-Promotion: How to Be Heard in a Referral World
by Mike Abundo


1: 00 Keynote
Blogging and Podcasting as Tools for Political Education
By Dr. Ronald Meinardus, Friedrich Naumann Foundation


Breakout Sessions

1:30 – 3:00
Track 3: Legal Blogging Panel
Panel Moderator: Atty. Noel Oliver Punzalan

Speak No Evil?: Libel for Bloggers
by Atty. Marvin Aceron

Look Before You Link: Avoiding Plagiarism, Copyright Infringement and Other Pitfalls
by Atty. Bong Dizon

Track 4: Art & Literary Blogging Panel
Panel Moderator: Lionel Gonzaga

Write here, Write now: The Author as a Blogger
by Dean Alfar

Comic Books and Blogging
by Jonas Diego

Blogs as Teaching Tools
By Zarah Gagatiga


3:30 – 5:00
Track 5: Professional Blogging Panel
Panel Moderator: Atty. Ma. Elena Cardinez

Problogging: Professional Blogging and Blog Monetization
by Abe Olandres

Blogging as a Profession: From Full-Time Employee to Full Time Blogger
by J Angelo Racoma

Putting Search Engines to Work for your Blog
by Marc Hil Macalua

Tracking Blog Performance
by Charo Nuguid

Track 6: Media Blogging & Podcasting Panel
Panel Moderator: Ernesto Sonido Jr.

Blogging from a journalist’s point of view
by Ellen Tordesillas

Blogs as source for story leads
by Erwin Oliva

How to create, promote, and monetize podcasts
by Manuel Viloria

Use of Podcasting in Promoting Advocacy and Products
by Pocholo Gonzales and Brian Ligsay


5:00 Closing remarks, raffle, group picture taking

All speakers are requested to refrain from product or service pitches.

See you folks at iBlog2: The 2nd Philippine Blogging Summit!

Janette Toral

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iBlog Audio 4

Posted on May 30, 2005 by Administrator

UPDATED Watch this space closely for the next few days. We’re rolling out MP3’s of the iBlog sessions as soon as we can make them.

Part 1: Introduction by JJ Disini – Session by Abe Olandres (22MB, 32mins)

Part 2: More from Abe – Session by Gail dela Cruz (22MB, 32mins)

Part 3: More from Gail, Gail & Abe Q&A – Session by Emil Avancena of Dot.PH (32MB, 47mins)

Part 4: More from Emil – Morning Open Forum (32MB, 47mins)

Part 5: More Open Forum – Session by Dondi Mapa (33MB, 48mins)

Part 6: More from Dondi Mapa – Session by Dean Alfar (33MB, 48mins)

Part 7: More from Dean Alfar – Session by Alecks Pabico of PCIJ (32MB, 47mins)

Part 8: More from Alecks Pabico – Session by Sassy Lawyer (33MB, 47mins)

Part 9: More from Sassy Lawyer – Afternoon Open Forum (28MB, 49mins)

Part 10: More from Afternoon Open Forum – End (9MB, 16mins)

[Lazyweb Request: right now the files are organized by the order they were recorded on tape. My computer’s too pokey to splice and join the multi-megabyte files so that they’re neatly arranged by speaker/session. If someone can help me massage the files that way, that’d be great. Some mirroring and torrent setup for these big heavy babies would also be appreciated.]

Reasons why we blog 5

Posted on May 23, 2005 by Administrator

One blog that has caught my attention is Hazel Marie’s blog post on “Reasons why we blog” inspired by Dean Alfar‘s talk during the iBlog event.

We encourage you to share your “reasons why we blog” story and may it inspire those who are still contemplating about it.

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