Month: January 2017

Creating a Hassle-free Poll through APEO

Simple. Fast. No chatter – that’s what APEO guarantee you! Did you ever consider asking your readers for their opinion on topics? It can help you listen to your crowd and have a better understanding of the community and where the wind blows. Through generating a poll simply and quickly, Apeo now makes things easier whether you are seeking for answers or knowing opinions that matter. APEO allows you to ask your readers anything and get a quick feedback from your on-going platforms simultaneously while giving you the choice between spreading the word and a more targeted approach. The answers are anonymous so you know you’re getting them right. You can quickly discover the majority’s viewpoint on a certain issue and learn how your readers/followers view and feel on any given topic. Despite all the various platforms for a team and group communication at our disposal, still, decision making can be time-consuming and an exhausting ordeal. To cut the endless chatter and get quick answers on the go we created APEO. Crafting a poll through …

Artist Hayden Sison to Hold Duterte-Inspired Exhibit

Avante-garde artist Hayden Sison will unveil his latest collection of masterpieces inspired by the leading political figures in the country today at an exhibit entitled “Adventures in Digongland (More High Fructose Corn Syrup)” to be held at the SM Art Center in Megamall from January 3 to 14, 2017. Some of the artworks to be showcased in the exhibit will feature his interpretations of President Rodrigo R. Duterte. “My latest collection is inspired by events and personalities from the last presidential elections leading to the first 100 days of President Duterte. It is about the here and now and the mystery and suspense that comes with it. We can only guess what’s going to happen tomorrow in ‘Digongland’,” said Sison, who has been vocal about his admiration of President Duterte even prior to the election. “As an artist and an observer, my job is to notice things. ‘Digongland’ is where we are now and where we will be for the next six years. I’m just adding what I notice to the audio-visual pollution,” he expounded, …