Today, Dec. 8, is Yahoo! Rocks Day at the SM Mall of Asia! Harnessing the power of the Internet to support Original Pilipino Music, Yahoo! Rocks features some of the country’s top acts, chosen by Yahoo! readers.
Yahoo! readers also voted on submissions from aspiring Pinoy musicians, who will now get to perform on stage in front of thousands of fans.
If you’re outside the Philippines or can’t go to the concert, you can watch the live video stream and join the live blog at the Yahoo! Rocks site.
Here’s the list of Pinoy acts performing at Yahoo! Rocks.
Are you on Twitter? Follow @YahooPH and use the hashtag #YahooRocks to tweet about the concert.
Support our local music artists! Mabuhay ang OPM!
Social media is fun, and it’s a powerful tool that’s changing the way we work and play. Just as any tool, however, it can be misused and abused, depending on the person deploying it.
That’s why I’m glad that the Ateneo Association of Communication Majors (ACOMM) is holding its first Social Media Summit, with Yahoo! Philippines as its online partner.
I’m one of the speakers, and I’m honored to be in the company of Maria Ressa, Pilar Pedrosa Pilar, Jim Paredes, Ivan Henares, Candice Montenegro, and Rowena Azada-Palacios.
Here’s ACOMM’s 2011 Social Media Summit video.
For more information, check out this article on Yahoo! Philippines.
See you there!
I can’t wait to watch the new Muppets movie! Here’s the clip of the world premiere.
Who’s your favorite Muppet? I love a lot of them, but the one who really makes me, my wife Ellen and our daughter Sam laugh is the ever popular Swedish Chef.
Have you seen this Coca-Cola Philippines video? And if you have, admit it: Did you start crying?
Thank you, Coke! And thanks to all OFWs and their families.
Here’s a photo of me with the newly elected officers of the Ecommerce Merchants Trade Association of the Philippines (ECOMTAP).
With me is ECOMTAP president Jack Madrid (fourth from right) of Multiply Philippines and some of the founding Board of Directors.
You’ll be hearing more about ECOMTAP. Soon 🙂
That’s a lot of money for a comic book! Then again, it’s an almost pristine copy of the legendary comic book where Superman first made his appearance.
This sets the record for the most money ever fetched by a single comic book in an auction.
It’s the first time a comic book has broken the $2 million barrier. The issue was published in 1938 and cost just 10 cents.
“When we broke the record in 2010 by selling the Action Comics No. 1, graded at 8.5, for $1.5 million, I truly believed that this was a record that would stand for many years to come,” said Stephen Fishler, CEO of ComicConnect.com and Metropolis Collectibles.
Read the rest of the article.
Here’s a video report days before the auction that gives more details about this particular copy of Action Comics 1.
On that note, which comic books are you currently reading?