year passed after MaasinCity.com incurred a third major revision
which resulted from suggestions, comments and provision of
information from supporters. As always, thank you.
I am proud that you decided to participate in the continuous
evolution of this site's contents. The offerings may
not seem much, as of yet, however, I am hopeful that you find
the amenities useful.
site's contents and context have since been improved to include
information beneficial to OFWs, as well as web hyperlinks
to worldwide embassies that I thought are useful for aspiring
would-be OFWs. This site still depicts links to other
Maasinhons' personal websites, blogs, etc. to show support
of their individual endeavors. As for social networking
in which everyone likes to engage, I’ve included links
to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube. Access to
the site's Forum now entails a more controlled environment.
To set up an account, you are required to enter a user login,
password and valid email address as a proactive deterrence
to unscrupulous spammers that can easily exhaust bandwidth
throughput and hard drive space.
this site's enhancements, please continue to submit your suggestions.
The format used is always dynamic, so new methodologies worth
considering will be incorporated punctually.
special note that I always ponder on from one of the comments
in Jani Arnaiz' The
Reporter articles, I twinged on a forumer's sarcasm that
addressed the static stagnance of the contents of the previous
version of MaasinCity.com. I couldn't agree with him
more. Considering that his comments meant no harm, I
thought for a moment that it was instead a blessing in disguise.
I then proceeded to complete the site revisions as I already
have started doing anyway. Hence, this website's offerings...
once again, Folks, our little community will move on as we
hopefully aspire for better lives and instill moral wisdom
upon our younger generation. As one of Maasin's OFWs,
I continue to hope, that in your own terms as a Maasinhon,
you can eventually emulate MaasinCity.com's lead as a humble
and profound offering to our townsfolk... and expect nothing
in return. The Bayanihan Spirit will always prevail
in my heart. I remain....