Blogosphere: A Limitless World

Curious and Befuddled

graphic by Kat Vinalay graphic by Kat Vinalay

Interconnected,interrelated, interwoven.

That is the Interweb. The Internet.

And within the Interweb, a whole world on its own, resides a distinct world, full of never-ending intertwined lives of people.



The Blogoshpere is space in the internet where one can connect with another. May it be someone from the west to east connecting with each other, the blogoshpere knows no bounds. The popular blogs, as of late, is what consists of the blogosphere. And the posts that people create, the comments they say, and the shares they make further expands the vast world of the blogosphere. The blogoshpere is a world full of strangers that you can communicate and share anything under the sun with. 


The blogosphere connects us all. It is a limitless world.

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In Hopes That It Will Be a True Good Film (A Ranting Essay on the Philippine Film Industry)

Curious and Befuddled

Last 16th of August, 2014, a familiar face came about within the school grounds of the University of Sto. Tomas.

marian 1 Marian Rivera at ‘Bad Ang Sinungaling’ shooting site (UST) rhyzza Rhyzza Mae Dizon at ‘Bad Ang Sinugnaling’ shooting site (UST)

It was Marian Rivera and Rhyzza Mae Dizon!


Rejoice! Rejoice! A celebrity! How fun, exciting!




Apparently, it was a shooting for a scene from an upcoming 2015 MMFF film entitled Bad And Sinungaling. Now, I have totally no idea what the plot of this film is going to be, but judging by the actors and the crew gathered, I am not psyched at all.

Starting up with Vic Sotto, Marian Rivera, and Rhyzza Mae Dizon as (most probably) the main cast, and end it with the director of photography, Lee Meily, and director Marlon Rivera, I can only see the bleak future of the Philippine film…

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Declining Bats

Curious and Befuddled

The Secret Bataclysm: White Nose Syndrome and Extinction

We need bats; but our bats are dying. In Spring 2006, 6.5 million Little Brown Bats (Myotis lucifugus) lived in the Eastern US, making them America’s most common wild mammal species. Later that same year, thousands of little bodies were discovered strewn outside caves near New Albany, New York. Bats were dying in catastrophic numbers.

Eight years later, millions of bats have died, and still continue to die. Little Brown Bats are now listed as a “threatened species” in multiple states. This is “the most precipitous decline of North American wildlife in recorded history.” And yet, public outcry over the loss of bats has been strangely muted.

What’s the cause of these deaths? Read more here.


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