Patriotic Loving Filipinos and Values that we have are Good in Leading the World

Giancarlo Capco is the CEO of a Social Enterprise CALRIGER Tech and founder of Global Advocacies

We Filipinos and the cultural values that we have are very strong and because we grow with our ancestors’ conservatism instilled in our heart, mind and soul, we and our developed virtues are good for the world to have.

Another thing is that having right principles and integrity are a must for us Filipinos when deciding to have a lifetime partner and this includes making a family grow with conservative values to follow and use as family foundation, because in our hearts family is very important and the World is one big Family in need of right love and care.

Giancarlo Capco invented the CALRIGER SolarRev Generator for the Filipinos and for the world – Global Advocacies

Lop Ponciano is the CEO of Social Enterprise the Terranutra Trading http://www.terranutra.com

With all these, we Filipinos are good world leaders because our care and kindness are so natural and we practice it inside our family, and if we can care for our family and do our best to uplift lives of our family members the right way, this only means we Filipinos can uplift the lives of people in this World.

We Filipinos and our Patriotic hearts can make this world a better place also because we are greatful to our Creator for the gifts and talents that our Creator is giving to us day by day and it is a fact that whatever goodness we have, we always share them to anyone in need.

Always remember Filipinos are created with conservative right love, wisdom, values, principles and virtues so we need to protect these, never let corrupt practices in our system, never compromise our good heart for corrupt success and do our best to help uplift as many lives as we can the right way.

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We need to move, we need to see, we need to help, we need to share – Right Love, Right Care and Right Help will surely make this world a better place! – Giancarlo Capco, Founder of CALRIGER and Global Advocacies http://www.giancarlocapco.net

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Filipina Church Singer Making History in PH Events

Great performance of Pauline Lop Ponciano in an event in Pasig City

Church and Wedding Singer Pauline Lop Ponciano contributes her talent to the Advocacy Society in the Philippine. She sings for free for events that brings social developments in the Philippines. Pauline Ponciano, also known as LOP, is the owner of the social enterprise Terranutra Trading and she shares her talents and skills in music and natural medicine thru events and singing sessions with people with hearts for social development and natural healing thru medicines from the soil. Sirach 38.

Visit her website http://www.terranutra.com

 

 

​Champion Yellow Team the 1st King of LSM SOL FOOTBALL CUP 2017

​Champion Yellow Team the 1st King of SOL FOOTBALL CUP 2017: 

How I and my team prepared to contribute in leading the team to become the Champion 

– Champion Yellow Team 1st King of SOL FOOTBALL CUP 2017 held on University of Makati Football Stadium January 15, 2017. A memorable and historical event in the history of Sons of Lourdes Lourdes School of Mandaluyong Football. 

I am proud to be part of a team with dedication to win and with sportsmanship as part of each players’ heart. I can still remember how intense the games were and how each of us keeps on committing mistakes inside the game field but each also contributed their best to bring success in the games by continuously trusting each other, inspiring and encouraging each other to focus on doing their best instead of worrying with mistakes. 

I can say that it was a promising team without any touch of pressure, all the players play with a smile on their faces and enjoying every control, every ball pass, every clear, every attempt to score and the goals that make all of us celebrate the winnings and the hardwork each gave to the team. The Yellow Football Team is an Inspiring Team!   
My preparation and my efforts:

I train hard using the CALRIGER Tech http://www.calriger.net , eat proper and healthy thru http://www.terranutra.com ,

keep my faith im God, trust my team, contribute all my energy to my team, keep up my confidence in my skills and thank God and visit Him in His House for giving our team the blessing of being the Champion of the 1st King of SOL Football Cup 2017

My code to success:

May God always gives us the Power to Know the right and the will to do it, Always make us empowered by knowledge, be driven by the right principles, and be guided by virtues and the Holy Spirit.  All the Glory ia for God who gives us all the blessings that we have in this world and lifetime. 

– Giancarlo Capco SOL Football Club Member

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History of Sarah Geronimo

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Sarah Geronimo (\jə-ˈrä-nə-ˌmō\ born Sarah Asher Tua Geronimo; July 25, 1988) is a Filipino singer, actress and television personality. Born and raised in Santa Cruz, Manila, Geronimo started a career in music after winning the television singing contest Star for a Night in 2003. She signed with music label Viva Records and rose to fame with the release of her first album Popstar: A Dream Come True (2003); it became a commercial success and won two Awit Awards. Geronimo’s music was for a time categorized as pop until the release of her tenth studio album Expressions(2013), when she diverted into R&B and dance. In 2013, her single “Ikot-Ikot” has won the Awit Award for Best R&B Recording. In 2015, Geronimo has won the Awit Award for Album of the Year for her eleventh studio record Perfectly Imperfect. In the 2014 report of the Bureau of Internal Revenue, she is the highest paid musician in the country. Called the Popstar Princess, her contributions to music, along with her film and television work, made her a local figure in popular culture of the 2000s to 2010s in the Philippines.
 
Geronimo began working with television network ABS-CBN in 2004. She appeared in projects such as ASAP (2004–present), Bituing Walang Ningning (2006), Pangarap na Bituin (2007) and Sarah G. Live! (2012-2013). Geronimo then ventured into mainstream cinema and is best known for playing the lead role in the films: A Very Special Love (2008),You Changed My Life (2009) and It Takes a Man and a Woman (2013). All of which are in the list of highest grossing films in the Philippines that earned her three Box-office Queen titles from GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards. She also received two nominations of FAMAS Award for Best Actress for these films respectively. Geronimo has a collective box-office gross receipt of at least PHP 1 billion.
 
Throughout her career, Geronimo has received ten Awit Awards, six Aliw Awards, 23 Myx Music Awards (the most in the awards history) and a FAMAS Golden Artist Award. She has received as well a Best Asian Artist Award at the Mnet Asian Music Awards in 2012, Best Southeast Asian Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2014 and Best Selling Filipino Artist at the 22nd World Music Awards. In 2015, FAMAS named her as one of the six “Iconic Movie Queens of Philippine Cinema”. Geronimo is a Goodwill Ambassador for Music of the National Commission for Culture and the Artsand a recipient of their Ani ng Dangal or “Harvest of Honors” state recognition for multi-disciplinary arts.
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History and The Guide to Internet Speed by Plugthingsin

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Does internet speed confuse you? Do you scratch your head when you hear the words megabits, bandwidth or latency?

Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

Lots of people are confused with internet speed. They don’t know what internet speed is, how it works and why they should pay extra for more of it. But it’s the internet service providers biggest selling point, so speed must be important… right?

I’ll leave that up to you to answer. To help you out, though, this article will answer the following questions:

  • What is internet speed?
  • How does internet speed work?
  • What is kbps, mbps, MBps and gbps?
  • What is the difference between upload and download speeds?
  • What affects my internet speed?

Let’s get started.

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What is Internet Speed?

Internet speed, the number they give you (5 Mbps, for example), has nothing to do with how fast your internet works. It’s not like a car or motorcycle where you can measure how fast it goes in miles per hour (mph).

Instead, internet speed is your (allocated) bandwidth. Bandwidth is the amount of data that can be sent to you, usually measured in seconds. For example, 5 Mbps would mean that you can receive up to 5 megabits of data per second.

How Does Bandwidth Work?

The best way to explain (and understand) how bandwidth (and your internet speed) works is by using an analogy.

Think of bandwidth like a freeway. All cars (data) travel at the same speed, so to get more data from the internet to your computer faster, the freeway needs to be wider.

In other words, say 1 Mbps is the equivalent to a 1 lane freeway. And let’s say that you were trying to download an image, which is 5 Mb in size. So if you had a bandwidth of 1 Mbps (1 lane freeway) it would take you roughly 5 seconds to download the image.

Now let’s say that you have a 5 Mbps (bandwidth) connection, or a 5 lane freeway. How fast will you receive your image? 1 second.

What is Bandwidth & How Does Bandwidth Work?

More bandwidth means that you’ll receive more data at the same time. In this example, you can download 5 images with the wider bandwidth in the same time you could 1 with the narrower bandwidth.

What’s important to note here, and this confuses a lot of people, is that your internet isn’t any faster from 1 Mbps to 5 Mbps, or however much bandwidth your connection has. Your data is just transferred to you at a faster rate because more data can be sent at the same time. It’s more efficient, making your internet perceptually faster, not technically faster.

All of that said, there isn’t just one internet speed. However, real “internet speed” has to do with latency and that topic is outside the scope of this particular article. You can read about latency here.

What is kbps, mbps, MBps and gbps?

Another confusing aspect of shopping for internet based on speeds are all the terms or abbreviations being used. Mbps, MBps, kbps, Gbps; what does all of this mean?

These are the abbreviations for the amount of data that is being sent per second. Here is what each of them mean. Below that I’ve outlined a basic conversion guide and a rough idea as to how big each piece of data you consume is.

  • kbps – Kilobits per second. This is used when talking about dialup (56k for example) and low speed DSL.
  • Mbps or mbps – Megabits per second. Some people confuse this with megabytes.The difference between the two is how the “b” is written in the abbreviation; Mbps = megabits and MBps = megabytes. This is the most common unit of speed used.
  • MBps – Megabytes per second. Megabytes aren’t usually used in (residential) internet plans.
  • gbps – Gigabits per second. Gigabits are hardly used for internet plans, and the costs make them unpractical for families and small businesses.

Converting Units of Internet Bandwidth

To give you a better idea how much bigger or small each unit of speed (bandwidth) is, here is a handy conversion chart. You can also visit Numion and play with their calculator.

  • Bytes ==> Bits: Multiply by 8
  • Bits ==> Bytes: Divide by 8
  • Mega ==> Kilo: Multiply by 1,000
  • Kilo ==> Mega: Divide by 1,000
  • Giga ==> Mega: Multiply by 1,000
  • Mega ==> Giga: Divide by 1,000
  • Giga ==>Kilo: Multiply by 1,000,000
  • Kilo ==> Giga: Divide by 1,000,000

Units of Bandwidth & The Data You Use

Here are some things that you do on the internet and how much bandwidth (and data) it uses up:

  • 1 Web Page – 1 MB
  • 1 Text Email – .97 MB
  • 10 Min YouTube Video – 43 MB
  • Download 1 Image – 2.5 MB
  • 30 Min of Gaming – 2.5 MB

What is the Difference Between Upload and Download Speeds?

Another confusing thing about shopping for internet is when you see speeds listed like this:

5/1 Mbps

What does this mean? Well, that means that internet plan has a download speed of 5 mbps and an upload speed of 1 mbps.

The reason why your upload and download speed are different is because most internet connections are asymmetric. In English this means that the bandwidth is a different size going one way compared to the other. Since most users consume content rather than upload it, the bandwidth for download speeds is larger (than the upload).

What Affects My Internet Speed?

There are a number of things that will (negatively) affect the speed of your internet.

Connection Type

Connection type plays a big role in how fast of an internet connection you’ll have. Using my analogy from earlier, some roads (bandwidth) are fixed or capped — they can’t be widened or increased. Dialup, and to some extent DSL, are perfect examples of this.

Traffic Congestion

Ok, I can’t help it; I’m going to use my analogy again. It’s just goes hand in hand with internet speeds.

Anyway, your internet can become congested just like a freeway can. The more data (or cars) that is being requested and sent, the more bandwidth (freeway lanes) that is being used at one time. At some point every lane is going to be taken up, so the cars (data) will take more time to get to you.

Congestion usually happens during peak usage times, like when everyone gets off work and logs onto the internet. But you can also experience slower speeds if you have a home network (and everyone is online) or someone using your wireless connection from outside your home.

Bad/Old Wires, Connections or Equipment

Think of bad wires and connections like a freeway that goes from 5 lines to 1 all of a sudden. That forces all of the cars (data) to bottleneck, ultimately taking longer to get to you.

The same thing holds true for your equipment. If you have outdated equipment, or your equipment isn’t configured optimally, that can slow down how fast you receive your data.

Distance

The further away you are from your ISP (hub) the longer it’ll take for the data to transfer from the internet to your computer.

Why Preserving History Matters

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My thrillers center around one theme: something vital has been lost in the past and must be found today. That “something” varies from book to book–things like the body of Alexander of the Great, the first emperor of China’s tomb, the Amber Room. But one thing remains constant throughout my stories–the greatest repositories of lost treasures are our libraries.

Firsthand, all across the country, I’ve witnessed the incredible treasures preserved within libraries in our schools, public buildings, historical societies, museums, and universities. At the Mark Twain House in Hartford, Connecticut, I saw a marginalia written in Twain’s own hand. Inside the rare book room at the Library of Virginia was a book of psalms that arrived here on the Mayflower. In county libraries in rural America were the records of families who settled that land centuries ago, and in Smithsonian were the last remaining books of James Smithson, whose legacy was the founding of the institution itself.

All of these libraries serve to preserve our heritage. They are a record of who and what we are. Sadly, though, most times we lose these treasures not by fire, flood, or willful destruction but by simple neglect. One of my novels, The Alexandria Link, dealt with the famed Library of Alexandria. Most people believe that library was either sacked by invaders or destroyed by religious zealots. The reality is far more tragic. The greatest repository of knowledge in the ancient world most likely just rotted away, a victim of neglect and indifference, whose remnants were picked apart stone by stone, parchment by parchment. So complete that, today, we don’t even know where the building itself once stood.

Imagine what we lost.

And the threat of losing priceless artifacts remains in modern times.

More than 4.8 billion artifacts are held in public trust by more than 30,000 archives, historical societies, libraries, museums, scientific research collections, and archaeological repositories in the United States, but lack of funding places a third of these items at risk of being lost.

This is why my wife, Elizabeth, and I started our foundation, History Matters, and why I am so proud to be the first national spokesman of the American Library Association’s National Preservation Week, April 22-28. History comes alive when someone is able to not only read about the past, but is also able to visit the places, examine the artifacts, appreciate the images, and study the actual words. For most people, history starts with simply learning about their family or their community. A concerted effort to preserve our heritage is a vital link to our cultural, educational, aesthetic, inspirational, and economic legacies — all of the things that quite literally make us who we are.

History is not something obscure or unimportant. History plays a vital role in our everyday lives. We learn from our past in order to achieve greater influence over our future. History serves as a model not only of who and what we are to be, we learn what to champion and what to avoid. Everyday decision-making around the world is constantly based on what came before us.

Why?

Because history matters.

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Steve Berry is the first national spokesperson for Preservation Week, April 22-28.

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