SGDaily Roundup: Week 16

Prison Break, My Fault
– Sheep City: The multi-million dollar question
– BothSidesOfTheJohorStraits: Will the real idiot please stand up, please stand up?
– Endoh Pure Ranting Room: Don’t overlook the outstanding work done by the ISD in the past
– To Fix a Mocking Peasant: Send this to the ST Forum 6: Focus on ISD’s Achievements
– Siew Kum Hong: Mas Selamat

Freedom, Choice and a place for my Voice
– Sam’s thoughts: Letter to Today Paper: MDA needs to rethink censorship [Recommended]
– the(new)mediaslut: MDA’s game rating system out of byte?
– The Void Deck: What Others Are Saying: Game Classification (Finally)
– Yawning Bread: Ban-happy Singapore [PNSWF]
– The Online Citizen: Free press vital to S’pore’s survival [Recommended]
– Yawning Bread: Political activism, cyber or otherwise
– No political films please, we’re Singaporeans: Speakers Cornered rated NC16 by censors
– Princess from the Planet of Venupitarius: Speakers Cornered has been approved with a rating of NC-16

Faith, Religion, to each his own
– Mr Wang Says So: A Tale of One Jack Chick and Two Religions
– For What It’s Worth: keep the faith
– Simply Jean: Charged for sedition over evangelistic article?

PM V1.3. Search for the next Prime Minstar
– Hard Hitting in the Lion City: Successor Question
– The Online Citizen: 5 Minutes With…. Choo Zheng Xi on PM Lee’s interview
– The Daily Backtrack: PM Lee, protector of meritocracy
– nofearSingapore: Voting with the feet is worse than voting for the other side
– Sgpolitics.net: Where Are the Potential Prime Ministers?
– the(new)mediaslut: I want the next SG PM to be a web2.0 junkie!

Singaporeans Bailing Out Troubled Bankers
– Hard Hitting in the Lion City: The Great Singapore Fire-sale
– Mr Wang Says So: Temasek And A Black Hole Named Merrill

Transport Reforms Announced? Same ‘ol same ‘ol
– Endoh Pure Ranting Room: Private buses suggest having different IU with ERP charges displayed
– Sheep City: The Best Passenger Service in the World

ERPains, Trains & Automobiles
– Insane Polygons: The MRT- No Place For An Able Bodied Male

Housing
– Enblocing Singapore: Being Bullied: What to do in Out-of-Control EOGMs.
– Enblocing Singapore: Three Perspectives on Land Acquisition
– quachee’s blog: No Matchbox Please – We Want Fresh Air

The Price of Rice
– Readings From A Political Duo-ble: Oil and Food Costs
– The Void Deck: Sowing Unnecessary Rice Price Panic

Free Tibet
– Diary of A Singaporean Mind: Human Rights Protestors wasting their time!
– Yawning Bread Sampler: Lee Hsien Loong calls on world to kowtow to China
– Pseudonymity: “Young Chinese Have No Sympathy For Tibet”
– The Lionheart: Thoughts on Tibet, China and the Olympics
– Readings From A Political Duo-ble: Nothing Benign About Chinese Authoritarianism

Internet 101
– Singapore Patriot: PM Lee speaks about the Internet bogeyman
– YoungJedi: Online neutrality please …
– BHP: Why is There a Need to Craft a Singaporean Internet Identity [1] [2]
– My sketchbook: Talked down.. yet again
– Mr Wang Says So: Online Election Campaigning Leads to Corruption. Huh?
– Sgpolitics.net: PM Lee on Internet lessons

Soaring Prices? U-S t r e t c h
– The Online Citizen: NTUC’s “gift” – helping the poor or blatant exploitation?
– Hard Hitting in the Lion City: Rising Prices Combat
– The Itch to Write: The richest will survive
– Simply Jean: First hungrygowhere.com, now…cheapestfoodgowhere.com?

Re education
– the boy who knew too much: The Best Student in the Class
– Simply Jean: Be hip. Say no to exam paper piracy!
– The Anti Neo-Democracy Theorist: Home School Education and The Reach of the State

Free Enterprise vs Government
– A long and arduous road of an entrepreneur: SLA’s map.gov.sg vs StreetDirectory.com

Singaporeans are fed, up with progress!
– Sgpolitics.net: The iceberg of Singapore politics
– Simply Jean: Pwned by the National Wage Council?
– To Fix a Mocking Peasant: Send this to the ST Forum 5: S’poreans Complacent and Greedy
– Feed Me To The Fish: On being 2nd class citizens
– To Fix a Mocking Peasant: Gahmen Still Knows Best
– Diary of A Singaporean Mind: Singapore – Rising Opulence, Rising Poverty….
– Nomed Letters: The Uncle Scrouge Mentality

Daily Discourse
– The Daily Backtrack: PM Lee, protector of pragmatism
– Desparatebeep: I’m No Longer in Charge
– Nomed Letters: Knee Jerk Economics
– e pur si muove: Andy Ho: articles and ripostes
– The Sun Shines on Singapore: PAP’s Co-Opting Strategy: Slowly Softly Surely
– P65: New Media – A Formidable Political Dimension?
– Alice Cheong in Wonderland: One can get away with assaulting stranger in Singapore
– Mr Brown: Dear NETS
– My Very Own Glob {Curiosa Felicitas}: Secret blog of a P65 MP: Part 3
– Desparatebeep: Be Annoying!
– Ian On The Red Dot: Why Do You Expect The Government To Take Care Of You?
– the boy who knew too much: Rice or Soylent Green? A Singaporean journalist’s view
– The Online Citizen: “Submit your boldest work to the censors.” – Martyn See
– Angry Doctor: Simple Solutions, Hard Decisions

Life, the universe and everything
– The boy who knew too much: A world without the smell of flowers
– Singapore Life and Times: Sweat out the invention
– Rambling Librarian: Kankakee Public Library asks “How Wiki should our Wiki be?”
– Organic-Ally: How could mothers do that? (Part 2)
– A L V I N O L O G Y: World’s Most Expensive Bottled Water
– Rambling Librarian: Three new NLB websites
– Warblings Of A Little Bird: The little bird – no it’s the little bride…argh my eyes, my eyes!
– THE armchair critic: Being anonymous is at times, as good as being a coward
– A L V I N O L O G Y: Rules of Thumb.ORG
– Singapore Watch: School of Hard Knocks – Part 1
– The Extra Scoop: Singapore journalism in stasis [Recommended]
– Simply Jean: The dragon is waking up… Singaporeans will need visa to go to China
– The eOK .network: Social media case study: Andrew Teo vs taxi driver
– The Boy who knew too much: Of curiosity and criminality

Infoblogoramus
– For What It’s Worth: BSG is coming!
– JB Jeyaretnam’s Blog: Reform Party Press Conference By Mr JBJ
– Anak Melayu Boleh Blog: Comparison of grocery prices

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