Sometime ago, I conducted an orientation of enumerators for a survey. Right after the orientation, some of the participants were so eager to have an action so they asked permission to start the fieldwork. The rest, especially those who have experiences in conducting surveys, laughed at the eager ones and said, “Na-internalize niyo ba ang … Continue reading Aksyon agad!
Ever since Facebook (FB) has invaded the Net, the world became a smaller place. O siguro tama lang su kantang "It's a small world after all". Dakul na kaya an nagkakasurumpungan asin nagkakabiristuhan. Saro sa mga nasumpungan ko digdi asin nabisto at least virtually, iyo si Pading Romy. Yugon mo yun? For the Albayanos and … Continue reading Pading Romy: An Pagpadaba ni Lola
Since January, work was heavy. Dakul nagtataram: Maray pa ngaya an trabaho mo pa-easy-easy lang. I smiled and murmured to myself: Kung aram mo lang. It was seven months. Pero pagmate ko, it was seven decades. Lalo pa kung maagi ka sa mauntog na dinayang highway asin mamrublema sa traffic sa Legazpi o kaya mapagalan … Continue reading A break, at last!
Many are kept in suspense for the family tree of the Imperials in Albay. Apologies for that. Hinahalat ko pa kaya su inputs kan ibang miyembro kan Imperial Clan who promised to share what they know. But while we are still waiting for inputs, below is a work in progress copy of the family tree. … Continue reading Family Tree of the Imperials: A Work in Progress
One of the highly commented articles here in Biklish is the Past Governors of Bicol (though that, actually, discusses only the governors of Albay). At the end of the article is a wish (or hope) that one day, we can come up also with the basic biographies of said governors. Luckily, we have Netizens and … Continue reading Ramon Santos and the Bikolano Martyrs of 1896