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WANTED – Joseph Robert B. Lu, presidential assassin wannabe

Too bad death threats everywhere are a criminal offense. Will we see Lu get locked up from his irresponsibly criminal tweet?

UBISOFT Philippines now hiring 3D model artists!

Now that they’re opening shop, the hiring has begun as well.

AT LAST – DICT law finally signed

It is one of the most awaited pieces of legislation from the 16th Congress, both by the telecom, BPO and IT industry in the country.

VOX POPULI – After final debate, Duterte top pick in Facebook polls by major media pages

And again, all signs point to a Rodrigo Duterte presidency.

CULTIVATING STUPIDITY – Facebook page dissuades voting based on conviction and intelligent analysis, under the alibi of ‘making your vote count’, ‘wasted votes on losers’

The page also has comparisons that glorify Grace Poe and trashes everyone else.

FYI: Guidelines for Ellen Baker illustrations, smut, porn and Rule 34 pics of her

Adhere to it so all students, perverts and teachers alike can enjoy the goodness that is Ellen Baker.

Why you should never flaunt your abortion in the Philippines

Remorseless and intentional abortion. It’s a slapping insult to couples who actually want to conceive, and here’s this guy making light of how easily unwanted pregnancy can be dealt with.

Metal Gear Solid creator pulls out of Konami, creates new game studio

In a similar action of Megaman series’ greatest driving force Keiji Inafune, Hideo Kojima, creator of Konami’s Metal Gear Solid series, has permanently parted ways with Konami Entertainment as of December 15, 2015.

WiFi all you want in Baguio – Burnham Park has you covered

To keep residents and tourists connected to the Internet while enjoying the park’s amenities, the city government of Baguio now has free Wi-Fi connection inside Burnham Park’s Rose Garden.

CEASEFIRE – Microsoft and Google call truce in patent wars, will work together in certain patent matters

Technology titans Microsoft and Google on Wednesday, September 30, announced that they have agreed to end all patent infringement litigation against each other.