June 23, 2007
I recorded a talkshow vodcast yesterday with Singapore’s ‘blogfather’, Mr Brown; webmaster of Tomorrow.SG, James Seng; and Zaobao journalist, Run Tien.
I was the moderator for the discussion, and the motion was “Can Netizens talk cock on the Internet?”
Damn nervous lah… my first timing recording vodcast lor. Although I have done video production work before, I am usually the one BEHIND the camera, not the one ON CAMERA. Some more I was the most junior guy and was expected to ‘moderate’ the talk cock session by the expert talk cocksters!
Recommended by alvinism: "Join us to talk cock. :)"
May 06, 2005
redder has a view on the news reports.
It is interesting to note that on Thursday night, during the telecast of CNA television program "Up Close with the Prime Minister", our head of government mentioned the government "want the people to be involved, to discuss, to understand and to have a view."
He also added, "So in our system, ultimately the Government is decided by you, so if you don't agree with the government and you think the government is wrong, then the way to do it is to go into the arena and say: 'I believe this, he's mistaken, let's argue it out.'...I think that's the way all democracies work. If you have a view, debate..."
Think he did leave out legal action taken against the people by the government if they do not agree with your view.
April 18, 2005
豬小草 说 "簡單的說，當然是為了「創造」更多就業機會，以解決過去幾年新加坡失業率過高的問題。尤其是解決製造業外移後的失業人口。畢竟，金融服務業能夠吸納的就業人數有限，旅遊餐飲等個人服務業才有辦法吃下這麼多工人。