During holidays and other important days to remember, Google , as being googly as always, has this habit in changing the header of the Google Homepage to fit in the celebration. In case you’re unaware of this event, this is the 1st part you see whenever you open www.google.com.ph (and other localized version). If you still dont know —> #GoogleMoLang . In celebration of Philippines’ 119th Independence day, Google Philippines commemorated this wonderful event in our history with a special one-day only doodle on the google.com.ph homepage designed by Filipino illustrator Dan Matutina.
So the Valentines fever isnt over! As Google Philippines hosted another creative way to use (no bias) the most efficient Video Calling App to find both Vloggers, Daniel Marsh and the latest Youtube Sensation, PBB Housemate, “Baninay Bautista” A DATE! as in someone-you-go-out-with-to-get-to-know 😀 Before anything else, it was on the night of Feb 21. We were invited to go out for a Dating Night with a twist, obviously by using Google Duo . From there I got a hint that something strange will happen, yes! every google event really scares me, sometimes it looks so simple but, sigh, it’s just something you just cant underestimate. So, I brought with me a sacrificial lamb, hahahah!!! I brought Chael, a Vlogger friend of mine, who I think is perfect for the task.
Auguring is healthy, as it is innate in our Rational Features as a Human, but when we reach that point when you demoralize someone just because he/she ain’t cool with your belief, I suggest, #GoogleMoMuna . Netizens particularly in facebook are easy to react without knowing the underlying reasons into why things are the way they are, and it’s sad to say that 19 days from now and the Filipinos will take on something that will change the country’s course for the next six years and there are false information that divides us all. Knowledge is power, let’s not waste our time blabbering on futile matters, as we go along, we have a big part in making a difference in this country. why not, let’s start by being well-informed. Arming Ourselves With The Right Information As part of Google Philippines’ #GoogleMoMuna campaign, YouTubers collaborated to create a video entitled “Be Informed: #GoogleMoMuna” enjoining Filipinos to stay in-the-know of the latest issues so that they can be better participants in lively and healthy discussions about the country. The video can be …
Going online in the usual thing we do aside from breathing, but there is more comfort if you know the Google Safer Internet Tools, especially we tend to overlook the aspect of SECURITY. Google rolled out new Internet Tools, and reminders to protect you from online dangers of all stripes—phishing, malware, and other threats to your personal information. Gerhard Eschelbeck, VP, Security and Privacy at Google created a list on things you need to do and things you need to learn, along with my personal experiences, let’s see if you miss the mark 😀 I hope that you’ll take a few minutes as well to learn how Google protects your data and how we can work toward a safer web, for everyone.
Gong Xi Fa Cai! Happy Chinese New Year! especially in the Philippines, as much as we want to join the crowded streets in Binondo, China Town. Why not enjoy the Holiday off for an adventure even without stepping out of your room. Yes that’s Possible! As I was exploring my Google Card Board, I found out that Google started a little virtual Monkey Hunt to find as many of the ‘Monkeys of Street View’ as they could. Google Street View is a Google Product that enables you to view a 360 degrees view at a certain location on your Monitor as if you were actually there, like traveling anywhere you want for FREE.
Mga Kababayan! Google Philippines is collaborating with Sponge Cola, ItchyWorms and Kjwan, band vocalist Ebe Dancel and YouTube star Mikey Bustos, who will be putting melody to the lyrics that our Kababayan in abroad will be submitting and will be recording the song together. The song is meant to recognize and celebrate close to 12 million OFWs and aims to reconnect them with the things they miss back home through music. And every Filipino can be part of this special project because the lyrics will be crowd-sourced from millions of Filipinos here and abroad.
Google Philippines encourages every Filipino including translators, language lovers, and culture enthusiasts to contribute to the Google Translate Community, let’s break language barriers and bring the Filipino and Cebuano languages and cultures better representation online to share with the rest of the world. In celebration of Buwan ng Wika, Google Philippines kicked-off a month-long nationwide translation campaign called Love Your Language with it’s first translate-a-thon to improve the quality of Filipino and Cebuano translations online.