August 15, 2009
Wet Calamari said:
There were a number of artists from Malaysia and Indonesia, and Australia too, and some of them commented that it was awfully quiet; much less traffic then they expected. They seemed disappointed… but I did tell them that today being Friday was still a workday and if we went by last year’s experience, there won’t even be room to breathe tomorrow.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "A taster of what to expect."
June 29, 2008
Wet Calamari said:
Getting in at the start of the day was not easy. Not only were there no signs indicating which of the many queues to join, there were no instructions on what to do at all. People who appeared were expected to fill up a form and join the normal queue, while those who preregistered online were supposed to join another long queue, get their passport, and then queue up AGAIN to get into the hall. I heard many many angry people at the counters asking what was the point of preregistering when people were just running into the hall when security was not looking. Anyway at the end of the day I heard the whole registration thing was dropped. So much for pre-event planning.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Singapore's first big toy con!"
July 13, 2005
In anticipation of Bloggers.sg, I created a simple banner 468x60 ad for the event. It's an animated GIF (15 sec, unlimited animation) based on the T-shirt design. It can be seen on my blog at http://yuhuibc.blogspot.com.
I'm not sure if you guys have created any banner ads, but I thought
that this would be a simple and cheap (free!) way to generate some
publicity. If you have your own ads, then of course we should use
If not and you think that this is a good idea, please feel free to inform other bloggers about it.
HTML code provided below:
June 10, 2005
Singapore Ink said:
Such a view is of course beyond the pale if you want to be a reader of Tomorrow.sg and be part of the Singapore blogosphere - at the least the one they have linked together. Clearly I can’t be a member in this club if I’m not clamouring to attend this convention.
Alternative view on the blogger.sg poll.
May 25, 2005
Mr. Robert Goh expunged
Ok, so mark it down on your calendar. The 3 heavenly kings of blogging will be performing at Hideout on 26th May, which is like TOMORROW! Go and show your support, whilst having a few drinks at the coolest blogger-friendly watering-hole in Singapore.