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FREE EBOOK DOWNLOAD: Tarabay iti Ortograpia ti Pagsasao nga Ilokano 2012

The Ilokano Orthography Guide developed by various Ilokano writers, linguists, journalists, educators, cultural workers and other stakeholders of the Ilokano language, is now made publicly accessible online and is free to download for printing and dissemination. This Guide is the one … Continue reading

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Tarabay iti Ortograpia ti Pagsasao nga Ilokano, maipablaaken

Marugian iti Agosto 20, 2012 a bilang ti BANNAWAG! Wen, mangrugi iti Agosto 20, 2012 a bilang ti Bannawag, maiserye ti opisial nga Ortograpia Ilokana a kas impaulog ti Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (KWF) iti babaen ti liderato da Jose … Continue reading

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Naim-imas ti Marunggay no Maal-alaan

Naim-imas ti Marunggay No Maal-alaan Words: Cles B. Rambaud Music: Ariel S. Tabag From Ariel: Nalatak a daniw ni Apo Bannawag Editor Cles B. Rambaud ti “Naim-imas ti Marunggay No Maal-alaan” maipanggep iti kinaparabur wenno kinasayaat ti maysa a tao. … Continue reading

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“There is no hell” –Miriam

Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago, responding to a front-page Inquirer article yesterday where a priest claimed that she should be consigned to the fires of hell, said: “Under Vatican 2, there is no hell; but even if there is, there is nobody there.” Santiago said that in theology, hell is not … Continue reading

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On translation, by a master translator

Edith Grossman, the translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and other Latino writers, has an excellent essay, on, what else, translation. I like what she said, that (emphasis mine, bold): Publishers have their excuses, of course. A persistent but not very … Continue reading

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Self-publishing a book: 25 things you need to know

By David Carnoy I know, I know. This is a column about cutting-edge electronics. So, apologies to gadget-heads as I take a brief sojourn into the land of self-publishing, which has become a lot more high-tech than a lot of people … Continue reading

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Ebook sales are being driven by downmarket genre fiction

By Antonia Senior guardian.co.uk Publishers face secrecy over sales and an absence of industry-wide data to help them plot strategy Kindle-owning bibliophiles are furtive beasts. Their shelves still boast classics and Booker winners. But inside that plastic case, other things lurk. … Continue reading

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The Tagalog Media

by Firth McEachern This week I shall analyze the exclusion of local languages in media. First, I start with radio. Why is it that almost all the FM radio stations in Luzon are in Tagalog and English? I visited Pangasinan … Continue reading

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