a 20th anniversary celebration and event for TOEI Animation, Manila office.
Nov 18, 2006 at Eastwood City
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New Mail2.ph Service Makes Emailing to Philippine Mobile Phones Easy
Manila, July 10, 2006 - Sending free text messages by email to the Philippines has been made easier and better by Mail2.ph, an email to phone service operated by Mobile Arts Inc. Anyone with an email address can send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
An email user currently can send several free messages a day to a Smart, Globe, or Sun Cellular phone number. However, depending on the network the mobile phone number belongs, the email sender has to remember a different email address or domain. Mail2.ph simplifies the job of the sender.
“If your friend’s mobile phone number is 0918-765-4321, you can simply email him at email@example.com. We take care of routing and forwarding the message,” says Gil Prudente, chief technologist of Mobile Arts Inc.
The Mail2.ph service is simple to use. There is no new software to download. “There is also no need to register. Unlike instant messaging services, there is no need for yet another password to remember, ” added Prudente.
With Mail2.ph, users can send as many messages as needed, if the mobile phone number has replied at least once.
Mail2.ph also allows senders to send longer text messages. They are not limited to the usual 160 characters limit of text messaging. ”When you use email to send text messages, you can have a record of all messages sent and received, including time and date. You can only store so much if you send text messages from your phone”, Prudente noted.
The Mail2.ph email to phone service can ease sending text messages by email to some 40 million mobile phone numbers in the
// Just saw this from jonas diego's blog...and I tried it....
and...then,,.,BOOM !!!! Its WORKING!!!!
geeez....text text na tayo lahat hahahahah
wohohoh..free text forever!!!
Venue: 3/F Shangri-la Plaza Mall
September 13-24, 2006
FREE ADMISSION ! ! !
The Japan Foundation has been holding the yearly Asian Cartoon Exhibition since 1995 for introducing the societies, cultures, and modes of life of the peoples of Asia from various perspectives, by way of cartoons accessible and understandable to all.
"How's IT in Asia?" is this year's theme. With steady globalization underway in a range of fields, various Asian countries are pursuing development of "information technology" (IT) throughout social, business, educational, and industrial activities, and general daily lives of the public, for realizing flourishing societies.
In this exhibition, 8 leading cartoonists from 8 Asian countries have put their keen wit into 80 new cartoon works depicting the IT situation in their respective nations, for your bemusement and enjoyment.
It is our hope that this presentation by these wonderful cartoonists "of IT as they see it," packed into 80 humorous and satirical works, nourishes growing interest of viewers and helps deepen understanding about the ways of the peoples, societies, cultures, and life in Asia.
As in the past, after being shown in various parts of Japan, this exhibition will fly to China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, and Thailand. We eagerly hope it will stir plenty of chuckles there and then and moments of thought later, in audiences of these countries also.
Finally, we would like to express our hearty gratitude to the cartoonists who produced these fabulous pieces as well as numerous individuals and organizations whose cooperation brought this exhibition into reality.
PHILIPPINES Bayani "Barry" Jose
Bayani "Barry" Jose