Tapsilog. Tocilog. Hotsilog. Porksilog. Mixsilog? It’s tapa and tocino mixed together. Cora’s tapsilog has over 5 branches in Metro Manila. Cora’s have perfected the taste that we, Filipinos, look for. Yearning for that home-cooked meal your mom used to make? Or your mom never made? Cora’s is the place to be, err, the place to dine!
- Cora’s offers 15 ulam-sinangag-itlog combinations that Filipinos love.
- Soup are served for free!
- The meals are budget friendly, prices range from P38-50.
- Cora’s is open 24-hours a day. You will never be hungry from breakfast to midnight snack!
- You can eat with your choice of drinks.
- Three of Cora’s most visited branches are: near Abad Santos station LRT Line 1, Aurora Blvd. and Tondo, Manila.
Hungry? Cora’s is a place for your rumbling stomach and your half-empty pocket.
“Her name is Cora, the mom you never had”
*A Social Media Release
How do we verify information…the traditional way? We’ve seen telenovelas with matapobres hiring private investigators to check on the background of a family member’s lover. We’ve seen movies making fun of suitors who follow the love of their lives to know where those cuties live. We’ve heard of literally digging the dirt to get clues and documents of other people. Let me ask you this, will you really do those things? Out of desperation, yes? Hey, you’re part of the Gen X or what we call the Net Gen. You know a thousand alternatives, a thousand ways to get what you want and even pass through those that payments to gain that precious “thing.”
But, think it over, if you were in that situation, and I mean in that time. Also, notice that those methods only apply if you’re in the same country. Could you follow the apple of your eye home if she’s living in Japan and you’re here in the Philippines? Could you hire a private investigator in Paris if the other party is in Hawaii? I guess not. I know someone, a relatively old person, who was tricked outside the Philippines back in 2000 where the Internet is not yet at its peak. Let’s name that person Alex. Alex has no way to prove if the suitor is telling the truth, when Alex and the suitor went back in the Philippines, they had a child but Alex discovered that the suitor, who’s now a partner in life with blessings from God, has a family that was left here. It was too late for Alex. Now, the same thing happened, history repeats itself. Alex was abandoned by the partner in life because of another person in another country. I wonder if the “other” person knows that there’s an Alex in the life of the “partner in life.”
We are no different from Alex if we just receive information without verifying it. It’s now easier to get a hold of records and data, but how about verifying it? You see, most of us take everything as it is. As a member of the Net Gen and as an OrCom student and future practitioner, we should be able to distinguish the truth behind the lies, behind the statistics, behind the “7 out of 10 uses this and that” propaganda. It wouldn’t hurt to PROCESS things, would it?
Organizations and people alike should have a check and balance of the information they are receiving. The fastest way to do it is through NSM but it may not be the best. Still, it has accuracy and you don’t need to go through the arduous traditional methods I mentioned above. For people viewing, you might want to check their digital footprint. To listen what others has been saying about you, then, you might want really need NSM to back you up. Researching will never be the same.