The machine accepts one peso coin which is affordable for access of clean and purified water. It is designed to be operation friendly, and it shuts off automatically when the desired temperature is reached. It only consumes 80-90 watts in operation that is only equivalent to a light bulb.
Want to find your Precinct Number? The Commission of Elections or Comelec (COMELEC) has launched the Precinct Finder to find your Precinct Number, voter information, registration details and also the status of printing of your ID online.
As i open my facebook earlier i saw a lot of updates about the upcoming Typhoon Pablo, and on twitter hashtag #PabloPH is used to monitor typhoon pablo.
Philippines have encountered a lof of disaster already, like typhoon sendong, frank, are just a few to mention which destroys a lot of property and taken life. I guess Filipinos have learned a lot from this and are now aware and updated with the latest news with the use of social media.
Social Media like facebook, twitter, blogs, are now used for disaster preparedness. This helps people to get updated with the latest news, provide tips on disaster preparedness, and posting of local number to contact in case emergency. Filipinos are now turning on their facebook and twitter on their PC’s, mobile devices, aside from listening to radio and watching news on tv.
Here are some of the sites where you can check for the latest weather update:
National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council – Facebook Page
You can also check for local contact number in your area, add ABS-CBN, GMA, or any local news on facebook and twitter to have an update.
Spread the news, and share update, let’s help each other and use social media for disaster preparedness.
Last September 12, 2012, President Aquino signed Republic Act No. 10175 otherwise known as the CyberCrime Prevention Act of 2012. It provides provisions to penalize individuals for all forms of misuse, abuse, and illegal access to cyber technology. The CyberCrime Prevention Act of 2012 can be found in the Official Gazette of the Philippines.
Microsoft has released a preview of the Microsoft Office 2013. Office 2013 features a revised user interface; the interface is based on Metro joined with the layout of the Ribbon interface from previous versions, the user interface design language of Microsoft Windows 8. Office 2013’s innovations are geared towards multi-touch tablets, including finger and stylus controls that may help spur Office’s migration to mobile devices.