I woke up this morning to a Viber group created by a class rep from my son’s school.
I thought it was a good idea to be informed about exams, holidays, and other relevant information.
But in the few minutes that followed, my phone started to alert me on incoming Viber messages—only to find out that some parents were happily posting humorous stickers to the thread.
So I thought I would do others a favor by asking them kindly to refrain from adding stickers to keep the messages relevant.
The creator of the group responded by saying that stickers were OK because they are fun and “kunti lang naman”.
To which one of the dads replied by posting a giant LOL sticker, presumably to mock me.
Instead of engaging in useless a Viber argument, I decided to leave the group.
This is a public service announcement to sticker-happy parents, to please spare the ones who prefer to have less clutter in their lives—and in their phones.
So maybe this post will be discussed in their Viber group. Bite me.
Ayala Museum, with the support of the Japan Foundation-Manila, presents the I Love Kusama exhibition at its Ground Floor Gallery and Third Floor Glass Lane this July 16 to September 1, 2013.
As part of its education component, Ayala Museum has invited Mr. Akira Tatehata for a one-time lecture on 10 August, 2013 at 4 PM, Ayala Museum Ground Floor Lobby.
Don’t miss this opportunity to listen to one of the world’s leading experts on Yayoi Kusama.
1) Bank Deposit (BPI Savings)
Deposit payments can be made to Ayala Foundation, Inc., Account # 0011-1490-14.
Please send deposit slips to either Joy Pena or Carla Munoz at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance.
Participants availing of the discounted rate must include a copy of their valid ID in their email.
Deadline for payment is on August 7, Wednesday.
2) Direct payments may also made at the museum’s front desk. Last day for reservations will be on August 7, 2013.
Please be reminded that on the day itself, reserved tickets claimed after 4 PM will still be accepted, however the remaining reserved seats will be offered to walk-in guests.
Preview magazine’s Portfolio Project is a venue where experienced or up-and-coming designers, hair and makeup artists, photographers, graphic designers, and other fashion creatives can house their bodies of work. Preview has been at the forefront of discovering up-and-coming fashion talent, from the Preview Fashion Talent Awards, the annual Creative It-List, its Ten Names You Need To Know.
In line with this, Preview invites all creatives upload their professional portfolios to Stylebible.ph.
The project aims to provide a platform that will help emerging artists showcase their talents, be easily recognizable and searchable.
Aspiring talents in the fields of fashion design, fashion writing, graphic design and illustration, fashion styling, hair, makeup, and photography can simply upload their best work in this online fashion portfolio.
Each artist gets their own page, where anyone (think: potential clients, interested collaborators, Preview editors, etc.) can have a look. Contact details are posted as well.
To top it off, all contributors to the project have their names arranged both alphabetically and by profession, giving readers easy access to locate the person or service they need.