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Max Limpag

Max is a journalist and blogger based in Cebu City, Philippines. He is co-founder of the journalism start-up InnoPub Media.

Installing a WordPress-powered site

I was finally able to install WordPress for a site I help manage – PFMCPI — The Philippine Federation of Married Catholic Priests, Inc. The site used to run on a Serendipity installation. I think Serendipity is the better blog‚Ķ

Yahoo 360 test run

Iím trying out Yahoo 360, the Internet pioneerís social networking (think Friendster) and blogging service. Yahoo 360, still in beta or testing phase, looks great but it isnít compelling enough to draw away current users of Blogger, Friendster or Multiply.‚Ķ

World’s best paper airplane

I’m fascinated with paper airplanes. I grew up in Lantana in Polomolok, South Cotabato, a place with wide open spaces. In summers I’d use to go to our subdivision’s plaza, located near a pineapple plantation, and fly these planes. Once‚Ķ

Sun.Star Davao wins 4 Community Press Awards

Sun.Star Davao and Sun.Star Davao Weekend dominated this year’s Philippine Press Institute (PPI)-Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Annual Community Press Awards. Here are excerpts of the Sun.Star Cebu story on the awards. In the daily category, Sun.Star Davao was adjudged Best Edited‚Ķ

Rebuilding Real Madrid

With the end of the first module of my online course on online journalism, I’ve been able to finally play fixtures in my EASports Fifa 2005 career. I made Ajax of Amsterdam the Dutch League champion and Champions League winner.‚Ķ

Ratzinger is Pope Benedict XVI

The Roman Catholic Church has a new pope. As an editor for a community newspaper in the Philippines, a predominantly Catholic country, the selection of a new pope is a big event. All the pages in today’s issue for Sun.Star‚Ķ

Habemus papam

With Noel in the Sun.Star newsroom shortly after the ringing of the Vatican’s bells to announce the election of Pope Benedict XVI.