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The Revolutionaries Will Not Be Tweeting

Nowadays, anyone who writes an entry critical – or skeptical – of social media would be looked down upon with such contempt, especially if it is done within the context of social media.  Well, here goes. In his latest commentary for The New Yorker, Malcolm Gladwell takes a critical view of social media: In other […]

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Marketing Hollow Dolls

It’s fairly easy to put together compelling, impressive statements about stuff on the Web.  There’s “capitalizing on social currency as a prime motivator for influencer engagement,” or “exploring new modes of amplifying brand messaging for viral effects,” and my favorite, “leveraging conversational assets through engaging content-driven creative initiatives.” Then there’s the tried-and-tested tactic for the […]

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iBlog 6: The 6th Philippine Blogging Summit

Mark your calendars.  iBlog 6: The 6th Philippine Blogging Summit, is on April 16 and April 17, 2010, at the Malcolm Theater, UP College of Law, UP Diliman, Quezon City. It’s going to be a two-day affair: the first day is for business people and entrepreneurs who want to maximize blogging for promotions, and the […]

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Housekeeping

Yes, my friends: I, Marocharim, am asking for your permission, dear reader, to write in The Marocharim Experiment. It sounds ridiculous because it is: I pay for the dues of this blog, I maintain it, and I write for it.  Still, because free speech is stifled so much in the Internet these days, I am […]

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Color Your Brassiere

The other day, I posted the color of my boxers in the attempt to raise awareness for testicular cancer.  At least in my network, less than half a dozen people are more aware of testicular cancer advocacies.  Maybe, definitely, I wouldn’t really know.  I’m sure it wasn’t tittilating, either; but for a large group of […]

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A New Look

I do some tech work on my blog every now and then, and much of that revolves around toying around with how my blog looks.  Some of you may have noticed that I like switching themes and visual elements on my blog every now and then.  In the early days, I used to have a […]

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Demand and Content

Almost every major name in the running probably already has a blog, a microblog, a social networking account, and a few people in charge of running his or her social media campaign.  I had high hopes for the Internet being a great tool for positive and proactive campaigns for the national elections in 2010, but […]

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