If there’s anything good that came from living in a country where the one and only strategy against the coronavirus is to basically rotate through different quarantine statuses while waiting for a vaccine, many of us have been forced to rethink our lifestyles and priorities over the past six months as we endured the world’s strictest and longest lockdown.
One show that has been trending on Netflix in recent weeks and is worth a look is the documentary “The Social Dilemma” by Jeff Orlowski. The 1.5 hour documentary attempts to discuss the frightening impact of social media and its algorithms on our world, illustrating the damage being done to our society by social media giants such as Facebook, Google and Twitter.
The COVID-19 roulette of luck has given Bacolod City MECQ status until September 30 and if everything goes well, changing what was a “G” to an “E” will be enough to slow down the surge of coronavirus cases in our communities. However, if the status quo prevails and there is no difference in the way the people responsible approach the issue, then, at least, we will have seen that our government has done something. When they put our city under MECQ, even if we do not know what that actually means in the long run, that should count as something.
• GILBERT P. BAYORAN Dengue cases in Negros Occidental went up by 119 percent in the first three weeks of January, compared to the same period in 2022, a report of the Provincial Health Office said. It rose to 90
• GILBERT P. BAYORAN A multiple vehicle collision on Wednesday in Cadiz City, Negros Occidental, claimed the life of a motorcycle driver and causing injuries to two others, police reported. Motorcycle driver Arlo Galleron was reported by the police to
• GILBERT P. BAYORAN The reshuffling of senior police officers occupying key positions at the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office has started. PLt. Col. John Joel Batusbatusan is the new police chief of Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental. As disclosed yesterday
Trash left behind by irresponsible tourists at Mt. Hermit, now a popular tourist destination in former rebel-controlled Brgy. Bi-ao, Binalbagan, Negros Occidental.* Mayor Alejandro Mirasol FB photo
When I was in high school I was fond of reading those Sweet Dreams books. And there was this one book, Don’t Bet on Love, where Molly, our lead girl was helping her brother win a bet by coaching nerdy
The Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center (NOLITC), is offering scholarship to Saraviahanons, for its courses for School Year 2023. NOLITC vocational school administrator Dr. Ma. Cristina Orbecido, in her letter to EB Magalona Mayor Marvin Malacon, said they