By Daphne Anteros
I’m not sure when the professional curiosity ended and the personal investment began. Thank (or blame) a few naughty but well-meaning friends, but the morning after an intoxicating night out, I unwittingly found myself juggling a few “matches” I didn’t make on this dating service that I’d never even known about until I saw it on my phone.
If we liked him, then he seems to have liked us back: Inquirer was thrilled to see our interview with the Dog Whisperer shared on his Facebook page, and registering over 15,000 likes.
The ConsumerBy Linda Bolido
Irony of ironies! I usually warn readers of scams and hoaxes, but I have just learned I should heed my own warning. But then, I did not know that Facebook pages could be “cloned.”
CyberMaxBy Tatin Yang
Time was when applying for a job only involved turning in a concise and well-written resumé and coming to an interview dressed appropriately. You were judged on the merits of your interview answers as well as your educational attainment and extra-curricular achievements (for first-time job seekers, at least).
Without Batting An EyelashBy Maurice Arcache
Dear palangga readers, friends and followers, I must warn you that impostors are using me through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. I have no such accounts at all.