Monthly Archives: August 2013

Knowledge Society

This post was inspired by the Royal Society of London of which Isaac Newton was a member.  Their achievements show what effect state-sponsorship can have on the pursuit of knowledge. What would happen if all governments joined together to patronize … Continue reading

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Practical Will

Photo Credit: Gisling In one of my previous posts “Count-reh”, I discussed the necessity for industrialization in the countryside.  It would relieve congestion in Metro Manila by providing employment in the provinces as well as much-needed industrial goods. I would … Continue reading

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The Notebook

I want to discuss note-taking because it is a valuable learning tool.  But different teachers have different chalkboard skills.  Based on my experience, my high school World History teacher had the most effective board presentation skills.  The notes we copied … Continue reading

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Island Life

My Photo: Island Life lotion on my shells from Capul Island During summer break between junior and senior year of high school, I had the opportunity to go on an ‘adventure camp’ with other high schoolers to an island in … Continue reading

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KIMCHI

Photo Credit: by LWY In the past, I didn’t really think much about Korean culture, other than that I like the taste of kimchi.  I didn’t really find Korean products attractive because of a bad experience with an LG TV.  … Continue reading

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