Monday, June 13, 2005

Inquirer Stories


'Do not disturb' sign up: Dolphins mating
Vicarious traumatization of journalists
RP seamen's competence upheld
Why RP lacks teachers
Garcillano appointment hangs
Taped voices authentic, says Tatad
Tale of the Tapes
Samuel Ong slips out of seminary
Spy denies being tape source
Mikey Arroyo goes on leave from House
Arroyo dared: Break your silence on tapes


Politicians and the cost of recovering ill-gotten wealth
GSIS open to non-government audit
Audit the coco levy funds
Right colors and materials for flag
An inspiring story amid news about gloom
English will destroy Philippine society
DA moving to increase rice yield
Singing the national anthem with pride
Editorial : Voice of reason
Viewpoint : 'Not a stone upon a stone'
There's The Rub : Alternatives
At Large : A bipolar nation
Political Tidbits : Filipino drama
INQBox : What to do with 'jueteng' protectors
Sense and Sensibility : The Candon exposition of 1892
Youngblood : Leaping frogs


Well and Good : The real meaning of fitness
Inside Out : Beauty and wellness finds
Inner Awareness : Fax messages from the dead, Part II
Without Batting An Eyelash : Man behind 'Faces Disco' makes a comeback
Lateral stretch on stability ball
Krav Maga to the rescue


Viewfinder : Younger look to 'Magandang Umaga, Pilipinas'
Dollywood : 8 stars and their dads
The Chinese Connection
A spark of hope for Pinoy bands


On Target : Arroyo should reinstate sacked colonel
Police to disclose soon owner of mystery car in seminary
Night of prayers ends in tragedy
Hot weather only a lull in rainy season, says Pagasa
Makati mounts campaign vs smoke belchers


Girl dies of meningo in Pampanga
Embattled Pres Arroyo urged to govern from Cebu
Women warned of illegal recruiters
Anti-malaria budget less than 5› per Filipino, says solon
Japan threatens to ban mangoes from RP


Japanese leader thankful for 'The Last Samurai'
Indonesian president's mobile inundated with calls, text
Australia begins withdrawal of East Timor peace mission
Myanmar separatist leader arrested in Bangladesh
No plan to close Guantanamo, US vice president says
Japan distances itself from minister's remarks
China drafts new guidelines for textile export quotas


Spectator : From icon to idiot
Cebu's USC, Korean quintet in big starts
Prolific Miller books new PBA record
World Slasher Cup under way at Big Dome
Ateneo-La Salle cage duel July 2
Puyat blasts BAP for defying POC
RP's Manalo marvelous in Nevada tilt
Ateneo spikers rip SSC; UST wins
Paintmasters shoot for a sweep


May was the month of the Filipino whiz kid
PhilNITS seeks provincial scholars for Japanese exam
Controversial recordings spread on Internet
UP computer science students win int'l award

Weather Update

Satellite Image
Frontal system affecting extreme Northern and Eastern Luzon. Intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ) affecting Visayas and Mindanao including Palawan.
Metro Cebu: Partly cloudy to cloudy with rainshowers and thunderstorms, winds will be light to moderate blowing from the southwest, coastal waters will be slight to moderate, temperature range 26 to 34°C (79 to 93°F).
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Michael Jackson Acquitted

Michael Jackson, center, waves as he leaves the Santa Barbara County Courthouse in Santa Maria, Calif. The jury in the Jackson child molestation case found the pop star not guilty on all counts.

PCIJ Download

Posted by Alecks Pabico, PCIJ 

FINALLY, here's the tracker to the torrent file of the three-hour tape, courtesy of Yuga and MLQ3, from which you can start seeding to have your own copy. You will need a BitTorrent client installed on your PC to download the content of the torrent file. With a DSL connection, download time is roughly about two hours.

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