SGDaily Roundup: Week 5

The Complaints Choir Banned
– Baloney and Balls: What?
– The Online Citizen: Bureacratic muddle leads to canning of International Fringe Festival event
– Die neue Welle: Tales of Mr. Tan VI – The Complain Choir
– Ong Jiin Joo: Add one more lyric: Complaints Choir Cannot Sing
– Pseudonymity: Complaints Choir Cancels Public Performances Due To Government Pressure
– The Online Citizen: Police: Foreigners not allowed to complain
– Pseudonymity: VIDEO: Complaints Choir of Singapore – Live
– Simple girl, simple life: Sucessful! Fruitful! Emotional?
– e pur si muove: BANNED: Complaints Choir of Singapore
– mrbrown: Complaints Choir of Singapore (video and lyrics)
– Used Brain for Sale: Foreigners Cannot Complain
– My Sketchbook: Sing our way out
– Decay On Net: Complaints choir cannot complain
– The States Times: Mother Of All Complaints
– Die neue Welle: Tales of Mr. Tan VII – Better-Than-Thou
– The boy who knew too much: The price of silence [Recommended]
– Celluloid Reality(s): Freedom to be a Complain King
– Hear Ye! Hear Ye!: Using a sledgehammer on a thumbtack

Odex Update: Pacnet to give names to Japanese studios, not Odex
– Siew Kum Hong: Odex redux
– Darth Grievous’ Dark Domain: Odex’s appeal rejected
– Alice in Wonderland: PacNet ordered by High Court to reveal alleged anime downloaders identities
– The Legal Janitor: Copyright v Privacy: compare and contrast
– reidolphin: CNY just around the corner
– 蒼天の光: Verdict on Pacnet Case Out~ Information to be given to Anime Studios
– VR zone: PacNet ordered to give list of downloaders to anime studios

Government Denies Hand in State Fund Investments
– The Anti Neo-Democracy Theorist: Did Tharman put an egg on the parliament’s face?
– Singapore Angle: Privacy for Ah Kong, Privacy for Ah Kow
– The Void Deck: Just Can’t Get Enough (of Transparency)
– Insane Polygons: A Self Contradictory Government
– BothSidesOfTheJohorStraits: Does any one local benefit privately from Temasek’s huge foreign investments?
– an aberration in pronunciation: Citigroup Good Investment? [Thanks palmist]

ERPains, Trains & Automobiles
– Decay on Net: Our Transport Minister should do Hip Hop during the next Chingay
– the(new)mediaslut: Comfort Delgro plays number game but loses it on shift system
– Perspective Unlimited: Deadweight Loss of High Taxi Fare?
– Insane Polygons: Adventures of Elite Girl ep0039
– BothSidesOfTheJohorStraits: Traffic, traffic, traffic, must be funny in a rich man’s world where police-escorts clear the traffic for you..
– Singapore Land Transport: Land Transport Review Part 3: Private transport (car)
– Sophie’s World: Singapore’s glittering Autobahn
– The States Times: Everyday Rob People
– Simply Jean: Justification for ERP rates increased
– Murmurs, Mutters and Other White Noise: Outrage

Transport Reforms Announced
– Darth Grievous’ Dark Domain: SMRT = Sardines MRT
– Simply Jean: More discourse from heartlanders on heartland ERP gantries
– Sophie’s World: Missing MRT link
– Simply Jean: Going up: Prime taxi fares

Strangers in a Strange Land
– Next Stop Wonderland: It’s S’pore’s gain even if 30-40% of immigrants settle here: MM Lee

Section 377a
– Musings: 377A No Longer A Registrable Offence

Pink Issues
– Sam’s Thoughts: The Thesis on Sexual Minority Media Representation [Recommended]
– Mr Wang Says So: Suddenly, The Singapore Media Discovers That Gays Are Human Beings After All

Human Rights
– Siew Kum Hong: OPQ 21 January 2008: Myanmar
– The Anti Neo-Democracy Theorist: Singapore and the America’s Primaries

Our war on terror
– Chemical Generation Singapore: Devil in the Details on Self-Radicalisation

Singaporeans are fed, up with progress!
– The Online Citizen: Uniquely Singapore, F1 or F9 – helping the poor? [Recommended]
– Looking For LaLaLand..: Please stop lying to us! [Recommended]

GST
– Siew Kum Hong: OPQ 22 January 2008: GST Revenues

Healthcare
– The Online Citizen: Means testing or comprehensive medical insurance?
– The Online Citizen: Healthcare: Uniquely Singapore, F1 or F9 – How mean can means testing be?
– SgForums: Khaw: Medishield up by $120… but no basis for rise

CPF & Annuities
– Sgpolitics.net: Committee calls for flexibility in compulsory annuity plan
– SGForums: NTUC to Force 100,000 Low-wage Workers into CPF Scam

Re education
– e pur si muove: Is academic freedom in teaching important? [Recommended]
– Hear Ye! Hear Ye!: The role of education in Singapore
– Insane Polygons: Failure.

The A* or not Challenge
– Ra in the Lab: A*STAR’s $100,000 Star Challenge – badly conceived, or just badly publicized?

Daily Discourse
– The boy who knew too much: Is Singapore an uncaring society?
– The Daily Backtrack: Going to the Dogs
– Sam’s Thoughts: Preference towards one type of family structure inappropriate for gracious society
– Intelligently Retarded: Lovely Singaporeans [Thanks Gyver]
– inter alia: Singapore is a single-race country – PM Abdullah
– Organic-Ally: Dear MM (Part 2) Another rejected letter
– Alice in Wonderland: Athletes forced to sign a contract to contribute part of prize money in order to represent Singapore. Is it fair?
– Sgpolitics.net: Some of my thoughts on CPF, foreign talents and globalization
– the(new)mediaslut: Chinatown – The land of introvert Singapore scholars?

Life, the universe and everything
– Insane Polygons: Motivational Posters for the Elite 6
– Sophie’s World: No Swimming
– Simple is the Reason of My Heart: Firing of BPL Football Managers and Maximal Efficiency

Infoblogoramus
– Sg_ljers: Vote for Singapore
Switchfoot – tomorrow @ The MAX Pavilion@Singapore Expo
– Sg_Ljers: Getting to the shops during the CNY period
– ALVINOLOGY: omy personalised Chinese Zodiac e-card
– Chemical Generation Singapore: Property – Singaporeans’ Physical Stake in Singapore
– Alice in Wonderland: Cathay ticket price up. Pay S$10.50 for weekend blockbusters
– No political films please, we’re Singaporeans: This Film Is Not Yet Rated

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5 Responses to SGDaily Roundup: Week 5

  1. Andrew Loh says:

    Hi guys,

    An excellent round-up of the blogosphere!

    Keep up the excellent work! :)

    Regards,
    Andrew Loh
    theonlinecitizen.com

  2. To Bambi Darkness Bad Boy says:

    Hi Bambi Darkness,

    We all know the internet is all talk. Everyone knows that. Look around you. Ask the oracle, if you don’t believe me; ask the man, at the street corner. It talks. It ventriloquizes. It has a million voices. It unleashes the tongue, teasing out secrets you never meant to tell, hatching voices that you never hear in our newspapers. It shouts, rants, whispers.

    Bambi it speaks of great things, splendid plans, the promise of the ages, tragic loves and terrible betrayals and could have been’s.

    It screams with laughter. It chuckles softly to itself. It weeps in front of it’s own reflection.

    It opens up summers long past and memories best forgotten.

    Like a bottle of fine wine, every bottle holds the promise of a great harvest. Every bottle a whiff of other times, other places; every one, from the commonest Liebfraumilch to the imperious 1939 Veuve Clicquit, a humble miracle.

    Magic is the net, the transformation ogf base matter into the stuff of dreams.

    So tell me now as quick as you can spur the wing, why then do you allow knaves and fools who know nothing of this land we call the layman’s alchemy to set our dreams?

    Do you believe we care what tin pot library choose to see or hear? We care not! Do we even care for their Noily Prat halfbakes they hold out as Sancerre ’71? Non!

    How petulant you are my fool to have taken them so seriously, do you see anything jumping up and down here, but you and you alone Bambi Darkness? Non! – a pert, garrulous fellow are you not, cheery and a little brash weren’t you? With a pungent taste of blackcurrant sulker, said the label.

    Not really a wine for keeping. More for nostalgia’s sake. Oh yes, need I tell you. The Sancerre has long since turned vinegary and speaks even less, occasionally sighing thinly over their vanished youth.

    So dear boy whatever were you fighting for, I wonder?

    Silly boy

  3. Ng B H says:

    I like the pictures. They do show the highlights of the week. And thank you for supporting the Anti Odex club!

  4. Hello Kitty says:

    Hello,

    It’s my first time here, usually I just read and never ever post. Personally, I think the BP is to blame for all this. Firstly, they never explain the reason for their decision. We are never ever told, the real reason why they have decided to pull out along with cancelling the internet broadcast of the Olympics. It may or may not be related to the recent NLB efforts to archive blogs. My point is WE ARE NOT TOLD ANYTHING! They could have negotiated with NLB, but they did not even bother. They keep talking about their diplomats, but from what I can see there is no diplomacy.

    http://scientific-child-prodigy.blogspot.com/2008/01/all-quiet-on-blogosphere-front.html

    All I know is what Darkness Baby wrote here about his thoughts using Sarah Lee’s account. It is really not very much to go by, but something is better than nothing. I will post this throughout the Alumni to inform the others. I believe many have not been informed, like myself. I JUST FOUND OUT TODAY!

    I personally believe he has given a solid reason why he feels it was not done wisely, but I still feel, they should at least sit down and work things through with NLB.

    Thanks Singapore Daily for everything.

    :)

  5. Dentist Jan says:

    Good After all,

    I believe it’s best to remain calm for the time being, there has been a tremendous amount of speculation and very little has been coming out. Let us just be patient.

    From what I see my bf tells me it is a “lock down,” what it means I don’t full claim to understand, but it’s like zero everything, but there is still alot of things happening.

    Let’s try to be patient and as they request, let us try to keep it off line. I believe that was personally Bambi Darkness boy’s request – we should respect him enough to keep to it.

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