March 27, 2007
So, if a very compelling “competitor” of Tomorrow.sg comes along and has more potential to change the world than Tomorrow.sg does, I’d welcome it with open arms. In fact, I would love to be involved as well (and no, I don’t see any conflict of interest).
Recommended by tinkertailor: "a tomorrow.sg editor's take on competition."
July 13, 2006
The Intelligent Singaporean is here to aggregate and organise the fragmented commentary in the blogosphere on social, political, economic and other issues regarding Singapore. This website aims to provide an alternative news & commentary source to other more 'edited' sources of information, as well as to encourage quality discussion and debate about Singapore. Articles are summarised with accompanying hyperlinks to the full articles and their respective sources.
Recommended by at82: "A new blog aggregator for those who are interested in current affairs."
July 04, 2006
Through ping.sg, we would not only be able to keep track of the latest posts of bloggers in a country, ping.sg also aims to create a virtual community for bloggers, and to provide a wider audience
Recommended by Cobalt Paladin: "An interesting aggregator, you submit a blog (ping), more people click on the link (pong), the submitted link gets to be featured on the front page. You ping, I pong. :)"
June 17, 2006
Sigg is a Digg-like service. The difference is that its primary content is Singapore-related news and information. However, since the Internet is an open system, Sigg also accepts contributions about anything that may be of interest to its audience. Sigg is based on Pligg, which was influenced by Digg.
Recommended by yuhui: "A Singaporean Digg-like aggregator and an alternative to Tomorrow."
May 08, 2006
For those new to SARA, it is a community blog feed aggregator for Southeast Asian bloggers. SARA publishes the headlines & excerpts of your blogposts, displays them on a single page with other blog posts by other bloggers and is updated every hour. We're hoping for more Singaporean bloggers to submit their blog feeds!
January 16, 2006
SpyMy is an idea conceived by a self-confessed geek who is tired with the state of existing news aggregators in South East Asia. It is based around the model of Digg, where users choose what is to be promoted, effectively defining what is popular without ANY influence of editors or administrators.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Could this be the end of Tomorrow? Could this be the end of Petalingstreet? Different audiences I guess, but the interests could converge at SpyMy.com."