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TO FURTHER enhance our online coverage of the upcoming Philippine elections in May, we've beefed up our Eleksyon 2007 site by adding a Google Earth map and a survey section. The Eleksyon 2007 Google Earth map allows you to click on any marker on the Philippine map to see the number of voters per province, broken down by municipality and city. The figures are as of the 2004 elections. Meanwhile, the Survey Says section offers comparative charts based on the Social Weather Stations and Pulse Asia surveys to allow readers to keep track of the survey rankings of candidates over the course of the campaign. The Eleksyon 2007 Google Earth map is one of the pet projects of INQUIRER.net editor in chief JV Rufino and we're proud of the effort our tech team poured into this site feature, which they've been working on in stealth mode in addition to a long list of projects. If you knew just how few people we have in our tech team (or the whole INQUIRER.net team, for that matter) and take into account the number of innovations we've introduced in less than two months, you'll understand why we're so proud of our multitasking employees. Imagine what we could do with more people :)
UPDATE: Editor's note: Readers who previously registered for the Eleksyon 2007 blog no longer need to sign up again for the Philippine Elections blog, and may continue using their existing usernames and passwords. WHY should you let the candidates do all the talking? Make your voice heard. With the launch of the
Eleksyon 2007 Philippine Elections Blog, we are reserving virtual space for you to tell the whole world what you think are the important issues that should decide the outcome of the Philippine elections in May 2010.
What do you think of the candidates? Which issues should be tackled? How can we improve our ongoing coverage of Eleksyon 2007? Listen to our Eleksyon 2007 podcasts, and tell us which questions we should ask candidates in future sessions, or what points you would like them to expound on in future articles. We don't want to just read your feedback. We want to give you the opportunity to keep the conversation going, not just by posting comments but also by writing your own entries on this blog.
To post Philippine Elections Eleksyon 2007-related entries here, you'll have to register and create a user profile. Please don't give out your username and password to other people. If you'd like to use the WYSIWYG Visual Editor when writing your blog posts, don't forget to select this option in your user profile page.
All blog posts you write will not be published immediately but will instead be saved as drafts and subject to moderation. We hope you'll understand our need to moderate posts, so please keep the conversation meaningful and your language clean. We hope you'll respect the opinions of others, just as you expect others to respect what you think.
We'll also feature Philippine election-related posts in the blogosphere and other online resources, so if you have an election blog or site, post a comment here so we can pay a visit.
Now tell us what you think.