cyberpress aims to make a difference with it

09/14/06 at 10:17 am | Posted in CNET Asia, Personal, Tech | 4 Comments

Here’s an excerpt from my CNET Asia tech blog post:

CyberPress (Information Technology Journalists Association of the Philippines) elected its 2006-2007 board members last night in a general assembly held at STI‘s iAcademy office in Makati City.

Founded in 1996 by then tech journalist and now Microsoft Philippines official Sam Jacoba, CyberPress is the country’s pioneering organization of IT journalists.

The idea behind CyberPress is that even though we work for competing publications and naturally want to outscoop each other when it comes to IT news, we could cooperate to achieve the common goals of making technical information accessible to more readers, educating the public on IT issues, and using technology to make a difference in the lives of Filipinos.

Read the full story.



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  1. bro baka you can reactivate the defunct cyberpress basketball games 🙂 Sayang it just suddenly stopped 2 or 3 yrs ago.

  2. haha sige gary, will bring it up 🙂

  3. Hi! I have read ur column in Inq7 and followed this link, where are you in that pic?



  4. hi dops, thanks for dropping by. i’m the 3rd guy from the left, in the black shirt with white stripes.


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