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Morion's Tambay: VISAYAS BLOGGING SUMMIT 2011

Blog/Blogs   tagged as “new electronic media”  or "Social Media" plays a very potent role in shaping today’s society norms, reader’s behaviour /decision, and even politics ups and downs. From a simple to more complicated post, the World Wide Web space is much wider - broader than what we thought.  Readers are not limited, self-regulated.  Starting a blog is as easy as 1-2-3, just like singing A to Z alphabet.  Everyone can start a simple post at his/her own blog without spending dollars for a domain name, Blogger and Wordpress  offers free hosting.
This blog is just a simple diary of my journey and stories. I've created this blog  not just to write an article and share photographs. Anyone can read and view what I've posted and published here  thats why I must be responsible and conscious . GMA News TV campaign “Think before you Click…”was truly related.
This year, The VBS- society of Cebu Bloggers organized the 2011 Visayas Blogging Summit on November 26, 2011  at SM City Cebu with the theme “ Blogging and Beyond. I  am very much interested to join in this year's one of the largest social media gathering. To learn more about the future of blogging, to further improve my blog-writing skills and to become more responsible in every post I will publish.
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Morion's PhotoTravel Diaries:A short stop at Luneta Park, Manila



October 29, 2011. After visiting and spending half of the day at the Manila Zoo we headed to Luneta Park. Rizal Park also known as Luneta Park is one of the famed historical sites in the Philippines. National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal and the three Martyr Priests Jose Burgos, Mariano Gomez,  and Jacinto Zamora were executed in the site after being accused of spearheading revolution against Spaniards. Known to many, the said events sparked the courage of Filipinos to fight for independence.

Luneta Park has been significant site of moments in Philippine History. The declaration of Philippine independence from American Rule was also held in this place. The Park truly symbolizes Filipino pride, courage, dignity and independence.