All original content of whatever nature created by Joey G. Alarilla and posted on this weblog is made available to the public under a Creative Commons License. Violators will be pummeled repeatedly on the head with a keyboard.
Tuesday, February 22, 2005
itjourno cites 2 gaming articles
ITJourno Asia, the subscription-only trade site for Asian tech journalists, cited two of my stories in its Epitome column today.
Reporters go nuts for gaming, porn
In the Philippines, Joey Alarilla wrote up Singapore game distie iGames Asia’s “aggressive campaign” to make Vital Sign one of the top MMOG in the country:
“In deciding to enter the MMOG space, iGames Asia has committed more than 2.5 million Singaporean dollars to push Vital Sign in the Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia,” Alarilla wrote.
Meanwhile, according to Kerlyn Bautista at IT Matters, the RP gov is refusing to include in a schools project any ISP that won’t block porn.“[ICT] commissioner Damian Domingo O. Mapa said the government would exclude ISPs in the program if they could not bar 3,000 pornography sites created everyday from their networks,” Bautista wrote.
Uncertainty clouds IPTV picture By Georgina Lee, The South China Morning Post CSL to shift call centre to Guangdong By Georgina Lee, The South China Morning Post Search developers look to DNA By Julia Zhu, The South China Morning Post Signature system makes mark By Stuart Biggs, The South China Morning Post Singapore firm bullish on RP MMOG market By Joey Alarilla, INQ7