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Manila Bulletin in 3D: The Newspaper of the Future

retro 3D

Friends and I joined Nuffnang and Manila Bulletin last November 19 for the Manila Bulletin 3D newspaper launch at The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences in Makati. Elyoo and I arrived late (we came from work and had to deal with Friday night traffic) so the party was in full-swing by the time we got there. We still had fun, of course, even though we camped out in the washroom (which doubled as the smoking room) most of the night!

Manila Bulletin 3D

The Manila Bulletin, which started in black in white in 1900 and went full color in mid-90s, has vowed to continue to innovate and adopt to the changing world of technology to serve the nation better to be truly the exponent of the Philippine progress.

I don’t know about you but I love and enjoy (thanks to perfect vision and the ability to almost never get dizzy) anything 3D! I think it’s great how Manila Bulletin (one of the country’s oldest dailies) is making reading the paper fun. They even have an iPad app now!

Because I’m a dork, I kept the paper 3D glasses they handed out at the party. I’m not gonna lie— I would wear them out at night if only I didn’t worry about them ruining my eyesight.

paper 3d glasses

First photo shamelessly swiped and edited from Elyoo’s blog.

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2 Comments

  • Reply Barny December 14, 2010 at 5:15 pm

    “The Manila Bulletin, which started in black in white in 1900 and went full color in mid-90s, has vowed to continue to innovate and adopt to the changing world of technology to serve the nation better to be truly the exponent of the Philippine progress.”

    Is this straight out of the press kit? :-P

    • Reply Helga December 14, 2010 at 5:25 pm

      Yep!

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