Blogs and Economic Impact

Looks like blogging isn't a fad afterall. Blogging has an economic impact.

Thanks to Migs Paraz, I found out about the Pacific Plans - Broken Dreams blog.

Some people I know were present at the organizational meeting held last April 23 at St. Paul Pasig. There were lawyers, people from media, and lots of angry Pacific Planholders.

Not only were they angry, they were also getting organized.

This is just a sample of their voice online:

We are the voice of the disenfranchised planholders of Pacific Plans. The small voices of thirty five thousand parents and grandparents who saved and dreamt. We were careful and we trusted. We seek what is right and what is just. Our dreams have been unilaterally crushed and taken away by a huge corporate giant apparently more concerned about legal technicalities and profits.

Yes, blogging does have an economic impact.


[ First posted on 04/25/2005 by Manuel Viloria ]



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