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TOC gazetted

The Singapore government has gazetted The Online Citizen website as a political association. The Online Citizen is a website that has an active following of Singaporeans, and reports alternative viewpoints, some of which is political in nature. Everything is political...

Wikileaks

Without a doubt, the brewing media outlet named “Wikileaks” has been getting hotter by the day. It should be protected by a global Ombudsman-type legislation possibly under the auspice of the UN and independently in each country by similar laws that ensure...

Brandtology

I have been observing the vibrant fervor of the launch of Brandtology in 4 countries (Singapore, Malaysia, Shanghai/HangZhou, Australia). Headed by a seasoned team of visionaries, funded by $2+M, revenues of $1+M, Brandtology looks poised to make waves in the social...

Google open-sources Jaiku

In case you don’t know what Jaiku is, its the micro-blogging platform that Google was trying to develop. Powered by Python and probably with the intention to compete with the likes of Twitter, Google seems to be throwing the towel in for the micro-blogging...

The Morning Jam

Joe and Shareen have started their own podcast at http://morningjam.com/ You just can’t keep a good team down. And its kudos to a creative duo who hopefully will be able to take a good bite of the audio-ence in Singapore. All the best, and I look forward to...