Author Archives: DigitalPlato

About DigitalPlato

Poch is a Bookrix author and a freelance writer. He is a frequent contributor to TED Conversations.

100 Millionth Philippine Baby Welcome?


Why do that? It seems this child will be another one who will grow on the streets a victim of irresponsibility which Filipino parents are famous for ‘“The Commission on Population is today looking at the 100 babies, to be … Continue reading

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Tweeters Cause Firing of Buzzfeed Editor


BuzzFeed Fires Editor After Twitter Users Unearth Plagiarized Articles ‘News website BuzzFeed, reportedly valued at $1 billion, has fired one its high-profile writers over plagiarism. ‘Following a review of his work, Benny Johnson, the site’s viral politics editors, has been … Continue reading

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Brains on Auto-Pilot


Playing with very low brain activity. I think I have achieved this in video games. But could this be achieved in purely mental games like Chess? ‘Brazilian superstar Neymar’s brain activity while dancing past opponents is less than 10 percent … Continue reading

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Robber Caught in Call of Duty Game (not Facebook at last!)


Attack was Heard over Call of Duty Online Game ‘During the robbery, Georgiou, who was wearing a crash helmet, hit one of the men over the head with an imitation handgun, while the second grabbed a knife from the kitchen. … Continue reading

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Are Bestselling Authors Killing the ‘Small’ Authors and Writing?


Originally posted on WP Writers Group:
That is what a fellow author claim. He says: ‘Would you like to know what’s really killing writing? It’s the major best-selling authors who are demanding huge advances they don’t need, thus denying newer…

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