Friday, June 18, 2010

Microsoft Event, Imagine Cup Every Year : Vote for Philippine Team

Microsoft Event, Imagine Cup Every Year : Vote for Philippine Team

The Philippines Need You!
Yes You!!! Lets Help our fellow Countrymen!!!
I meet this great teams couple of days ago @ Spicy fingers Greenbelt 2 Makati
on Microsoft Blog Awarding Ceremony. I had a great chat with them(3teams) and they got a great vision and brilliant ideas. Imagination is Everything! This is the finals like they will be sent to World Cup or
Olympics to meet the best and brightest team in the World!
Get ready for action and let the game, design begin!!!

They got an all expense trip to Warsaw, Poland this coming month

Let Support them on facebook and reach 20million pinoy user.
So that we can get as many award as we can as a Philippine Pride!
See my sample:

 Shared to my wall and your facebook wall so everybody can start voting Here

Jayson R. Biadog via Microsoft Imagine Cup: vote for my friends from microsoft, ADMU UP and DLSU..imagine team cup!!! they have games inspired by disaster ondoy!!! this the olympics and 1 way to pursue our lost identity...
Each year, Microsoft holds a worldwide competition for student innovation in technology called the Imagine Cup. Last year, as Bill Gates outlined on his blog, more than 300,000 students from more than 140 countries participated, culminating in an exciting finals round in Cairo -- and making it one o...

Jayson R. Biadog
Help solve the world’s toughest problems: Vote now for the Imagine Cup People’s Choice Award

Finalists will only be eligible for one prize. For example, if the winning team for the First WebSlice is already deemed an overall winner, then the First WebSlice prize will go to the next team with the highest WebSlice score.
  • First Overall - $5,000 USD
  • Second Overall - $4,000 USD
  • Third Overall - $3,000 USD
  • First Web Slice - $2,000 USD
  • First Accelerator - $2,000 USD
  • First Visual Search - $2,000 USD

Meet Your Imagine Cup 2010 Finalists 


Software Design
Country/Region Finalist Team Name
PhilippinesTeam Khronos

Congratulations to all of the Imagine Cup 2010 Finalists! The teams and individuals listed below have been chosen as the top student technologists from over 300,000 thousand competitors from 124 different countries and regions.

Take a minute to read in their own words what motivated each team to compete in the Imagine Cup and what technology they used to solve one of the world’s toughest problems:

Software Design Finalists
Embedded Development Finalists
Game Design Finalists
Digital Media Finalists
IT Challenge Finalists

Teams were also encouraged to submit their entry in to one or more award competitions for extra chances to win. Find out what teams took on this extra challenge and see who has already won a few of  the online awards:

Envisioning 2020 Award
Internet Explorer 8 Award
Interoperability Award
Next Generation Web Award
Touch & Tablet Accessibility Award
Windows Phone 7 “Rockstar” Award 
As the world’s largest student technology competition, the Imagine Cup provides an opportunity for brilliant young minds to use technology to solve some of the world’s toughest problems. Each year the competition features several categories and a unique altruistic theme. The United Nations has identified key challenges in its Millennium Goals and Imagine Cup is aligning to these goals as the guiding light to inspire positive change all over the world. This year’s theme is “Imagine a world where technology helps solve the toughest problems facing us today.”
The Software Design Semi Finals are held locally in more than 60 countries, including the Philippines. Contestants compete in the locals and, as with the Olympics, all finalists of each countries compete at the world finals, which are held in a different country each year. For this year, the host city for the finals is Warsaw, Poland.
Last year, we were able to make it to the World Finals in the Software Design Category and Embedded Development Category, and for 2010, again, we were able to grab 2 spots in the World Finals – Software Design Category and Game Development Categories.
In line with this, if it is not too much to ask, we would like to ask your help in supporting the Philippine entry for the Imagine Cup 2010 World Finals. Your vote and support are very much appreciated. We hope that you can share this to your friends and contacts as well. Let’s go Pilipinas! J

Support our Imagine Cup 2010 World Finals Entry - Software Design Category:
Team Khronos of De La Salle – College of St. Benilde

Voting closes on July 7, 2010

Team Khronos, Philippines
Project L.I.G.T.A.S (Location-based Information Gathering for Tragedy Alleviation System) is a web-based disaster control and coordination system which provides a wide range of features and functionalities that are mission-critical for better relief and service operations, and heightened prevention and remedy mechanisms for the Filipino community in disaster-related incidents.

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Thanks Microsoft Team and Staff!
Thanks to Very Supportive Mellie!!
Don’t get left behind, see you in the cloud.Audience Marketing Support Specialist l Microsoft Support Services
16/F, 6750 Ayala Office Tower, Ayala Avenue, Makati City 1200 Philippines

Also Microsoft Staff!!
I hope i can join again next time!
Thanks for Watch and GC for this summer blog contest and great learning from MVP, Microsoft Staff, Winners, Bloggers and National Team!

Media WINNERS of the I am an Explorer Press Bootcamp

I am an Explorer Judges

Christine Cunanan,
editor-in-chief and publisher of TraveLife magazine, is a wanderer. She regularly goes on trips both locally and internationally not only to indulge her passion for travel but also to learn about different cultures, encounter new places and faces, and bring out the explorer within her.

Carlos Celdran is the man behind Walk This Way, the most popular walking tour that will take you on a journey to see Manila like never before. With a vision of changing the way people see Manila – one step at time, his tours encourage Filipinos and visitors to discover Manila’s treasures.

Jayvee Fernandez is the blogger behind, which contains his take on the local technology scene, public relations and communications and the blogosphere. Jayvee uses his blog to share his chronicles, taking his readers along for the ride as he explores the depths of the ocean and technology.

Mission: Upsize Me


Tuklaserang Matipid

I hope you can join to next the blog contest/seminars/forum and Imagine Cup.
So lets see each other in the winners circle in partner with Microsoft!
So long story...Welcome to the Winner's Place!

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