of inquirer.net, happy slip and the future of tv

12/28/06 at 6:56 am | Posted in INQUIRER.net, Tech | 1 Comment

Here’s an excerpt from my latest column piece for INQUIRER.net’s Infotech section:

Different people have asked me about the real story behind what some jokingly (or were they joking, heh) refer to as our official “praise release” and all I can say is that it’s funny what you can do with words.

To me, what’s important is that we’ll continue doing everything possible to give the best content and services to our readers. They deserve nothing less, after all the support they’ve given us, not just in the five years of INQ7.net’s formal existence but from the early days of the old Inquirer.net.

Read the full story.

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  1. You don’t need GMA. Long live Inquirer!


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