Tanawín ang Pilipinas

3:32 pm PHT

Update (May 12, 2007): Tanawing Pinoy has been rebranded as Vista Pinas.

I’m proud to introduce to you Tanawing Pinoy, my weblog dedicated to highlighting Pinoy sights from Google Local. Well-versed web surfers will recognize that this blog is really just a localized Pinoy version of the popular Google Sightseeing blog.

Head on over to TP’s first post to learn more about the project. While it looks sorta finished, the blog is technically still in the ever-popular Beta mode. Expect to see some more features and pages on that blog in the coming weeks.

Anyway, Tanawing Pinoy marks the official start of my official web properties expansion program. Some ideas for future sites can be found in an earlier post. Other plans are still under wraps. Eventually, I’d be able to build up a web empire to rival that of Gawker Media. (I wish.  =D)

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On 10:32 p.m., 25 Feb 2006, Migs wrote:

Awesome! You should use the Maps API so you can put markers and get addded to <a href="">Google Maps Mania</a>.


On 12:59 p.m., 26 Feb 2006, seav wrote:

Well, an embedded GMap is not essential to the blog; right now it’ll work fine without it. But eventually, I do plan to put it up, just like the Map section of Google Sightseeing.  =)


On 5:45 p.m., 24 Mar 2006, TheCoffee wrote:

I see that Davao and a few other areas are in high res in Google Earth (though apparently not in Google Local).  :)


On 8:52 p.m., 24 Mar 2006, seav wrote:

Really? Damn. I don’t have broadband so I couldn’t install Google Earth. When will they update the web version?  =/


On 12:41 a.m., 25 Mar 2006, TheCoffee wrote:

I found this:… …which says Google says that the web version will be updated “later”.

All of the new high resolution places seem to be in Mindanao: Davao City, Cotabato City, Butuan City, Bislig City, and Cagayan de Oro.  :)


On 6:27 p.m., 14 Jul 2007, joy wrote:

you should have the pictures or the different likas na yaman in the philippines

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