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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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This hilarious tradition has been running since 2009.
Like clockwork, Filipino Twitter has taken to the virtual streets to celebrate Philippine Independence Day. Since 2009, Pinoys have, er, reinvented history with tales passed down in our second language: memes.The hashtag #rp612fic was started by the creative writing community, rallied by Paolo Chikiamco in particular, ...
 
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Twitter's revised terms of service is causing flak on—where else—Twitter.
Remember the old saying, "Be careful what you post on social media"? Now you have to be even more cautious because what you rant in 160 characters could blow up all over the Internet—legally. Check it. It's in the fine print.Twitter has ...
 
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Take a moment to appreciate these talented local artists' work, and your anxieties will melt away in no time.
Over the past couple of weeks, Filipino artists have taken to showcasing their work on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #ArtPH.  There's something about viewing art that can instantly lift one's spirits, and in today's tense political climate, #ArtPH is exactly ...
 
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So it's not just for being really mean to strangers?
Contrary to the popular belief that Twitter is solely for people who just HATE everything and everyone, even labrador puppies and holidays, it turns out that it can actually be a very useful tool when it comes to predicting dangerous incidents like ...
 
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And how to make sure it doesn't happen to you.
In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, a host of prominent Twitter accounts were compromised and, as a result, began spouting swastika-laden propaganda in support of Turkey's president Recep Erdogan ahead of a referendum next month which could consolidate his power. So ...