commentary / social media philippines

A great blogger comes with great content

In this day and age, the Internet has really made its mark in the minds and hearts of people around the world. So many things can now be easily done online, like […]


hodgepodge / personal matters / philippines

THANK YOU! Three million page views and first 100 days as a self-hosted blog!

This is a post I should have made two days ago, but heck, what difference does it make? 😉 Last August 1, The Filipino Scribe has already reached the 3,000,000 total page views […]


hodgepodge / personal matters / social networking sites

The Filipino Scribe’s 2nd anniversary – 1.2 million hits!

I started The Filipino Scribe on this day exactly two years ago. To date, it has already accumulated over 1.2 million page views. According to figures from, this site has received […]


commentary / journalism / philippines

On the journalists vs. bloggers debate

By Paul Farol Blogging is all about writing and writing is about composing one’s thoughts then rendering them in an understandable way. Photography is writing with images and it is about composing […]


Analyzing Toni Gonzaga’s interview with Bongbong Marcos

Celebrity talk show host and actress Toni Gonzaga is getting flak for her recent interview with former Senator and defeated vice presidential candidate Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. for her web show “Toni […]


United Nations month theme for 2021 – “International Year of Fruits and Vegetables”

The United Nations (UN) will be celebrating its 76th foundation anniversary this October 24. Because of that, October of every year is known all over the world, including the Philippines, as the […]


#BotongPinoy2022 – Manny Pacquiao officially joins 2022 presidential race

Senator Manny Pacquiao has officially declared his candidacy for the 2022 presidential elections Sunday afternoon. Pacquiao, the only boxer in world history to have won titles in eight different weight divisions, has […]


Filipino netizen Mary Jane Fabre goes after the diplomatic passports of BTS, fails spectacularly

The seven-member supergroup BTS earned further admiration around the world this week when President Moon Jae-In of their home country South Korea officially appointed them as his government’s Special Presidential Envoy for […]


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