February 06, 2006
Leading up the Asian premiere of my Free Culture show on Monday Feb 6 at 7:15 at INSEAD's Singapore campus (free of charge), I wanted to take stock of the evolution of the movement for free culture.
Recommended by shianux: "This is rather late, but I hope people will turn up to watch and support. This is the first time a program that promotes the Creative Commons is showing in Singapore. Monday (Today) Feb 6, 7.15pm at the INSEAD Auditorium."
January 19, 2006
Ampulets said ...
J and I have lived in the Toa Payoh-Bishan-Bendemeer area all of our lives. And even when our families moved, they stayed within this kampong, unable to imagine life any further north, south, east or west. And since J and I don't own a car, we seldom wander to other kampongs unless... ...it's Domestic Tourism Day!
December 09, 2005
October 31, 2005
September 21, 2005
Singapore Rebel said:
The police has intesified investigations against me by calling up blogger Jacob George whose number is listed on my mobile. The walls are closing in. Not only am I unable to speak freely on my own phone, the police is now closing in on individuals who are totally unconnected with the making of 'Singapore Rebel.'
Depressed, Martyn See
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Additional comments here."
September 16, 2005
Anyways, seems like the Software Freedom Day was a riot! We had a tux that was dawdling among kids, screechy delirious teenages, respectful grandmothers and grandfathers.
Deepak S and Deepak J were volunteering by evangelising Ubuntu, the new mac OS of the Free Software World, and distributing free copies of the same.
June 16, 2005
Screenshots is among the 10 blogs from Asia shortlisted for the Freedom of Expression Blog Award. The other Asian blogs shortlisted are from a Chinese residing overseas, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, two from North Korea, three from Nepal, and an Irish from Singapore.
Jeff Ooi has won the Freedom Blog Award for Asia!
Screenshots is an extremely popular blog that takes an independent approach to Malaysian politics and society. Its editor, Jeff Ooi, was threatened with imprisonment, at the beginning of October 2004, because he allowed on his blog a comment “insulting Islam”.
Tomorrow.sg sends out our congratulations to Jeff Ooi for his win.
May 28, 2005
"Release" (35mb AVI) is a short film showcasing some neat freeriding/trials/urban assult in very familiar places. It's proof that you can still do some fancy stuff in the flatlands of Singapore. This is a grober collaboration ah. We got canadian film crew and international cast of riders somemore.
director sphinx on filming at Plaza Singapure: It was a rail gap. And we worked so hard for that shot with security and me flying back in a few days and everything. Wow. Risqué
May 06, 2005
April 26, 2005
Singapore and India will wrap up talks on an enlarged free-trade pact within a month, Singapore's Prime Minister was quoted as saying on Monday, after a sharp increase of trade and investment flows in the past year.
[jseng: not sure if it is reported in ST but can't link it anyway so bopian, link to IndiaDaily instead.]
[caleb: I don't even remember what the ST look like anymore. It's made itself irrelevant]