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Sisters and brothers from other mothers.
What do you know about Brazil? Probably just the basics: that it’s a country in South America, that a majority of the people speak Portugeues, and that it hosted the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro. But it seems Filipinos and Brazilians ...
 
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Who will emerge triumphant?
It’s hard to provide a dictionary definition for the word “bardagulan.” Heck, even we're not sure. But loosely we think it translates to shitposting, or a situation where social media users pretty much shoot the breeze and air their thoughts, often in ...
 
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It was rolled out to select iOS users last week.
Back when the world was young (January 2020), Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey shut down users’ requests for an edit button. In a video interview with Wire, a Twitter user asked, “[C]an we get that edit button in 2020?” And Dorsey replied, “No.” The CEO ...
 
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Just follow the hashtags.
Tris* is 18, F, from Pasay City. She used to have a private account on Twitter where she posted photos of herself for some of her closest friends who followed her. But on the first day of the new year, she created ...
 
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It’s about time he trended.
Cillian Murphy (pronounced killy-an) is one of the most versatile and underrated actors of the century, and it took one movie—A Quiet Place: Part II—for us to realize that.Murphy has been cast in a wide spectrum of roles, including playing a transgender woman ...
 
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But you have to guess who they are.
Outside of his responsibilities as a member of the Philippine legislative, Senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson is also a fairly active user of social media. He is particularly fond of Twitter, which he uses to comment primarily on political issues of the day. Recently, ...
 
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Imee Marcos emerged as the most mentioned candidate on Twitter, but it's probably not what she had hoped for.
Let’s get one thing straight: televised debates are not definitive judges of a candidate’s capacity to hold elective office. They can be too "showbiz," often glamorizing personality politics. The platform demands grandstanding from candidates, resulting in snappy one-liners that may not have proper context. ...
 
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How often do you use emojis?
It looks like many Twitter users have thought or experienced something so funny that they laughed so hard they cried more than two billion times, collectively—at least according to their emoji usage.The “face with tears of joy” emoji was tweeted 2.29 billion ...
 
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A comprehensive guide to social media self-care
Chances are, your social media accounts are long overdue a clean-up.Think about it: You wouldn't like your reputation to hang on an ill-judged tweet from 2012, but there's every chance a potential employer, partner or friend will do just that when they ...
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