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. :)"
August 21, 2006
I also believe in responding in turn to what the Government said in their letter, but my Humour column was suspended immediately after their letter was printed. Perhaps Mediacorp/TODAY did not stand by what they published?
Recommended by Kenny Sia: "WHY IS THIS ARTICLE INTERESTING?!
Nabeh, even Singapore Prime Minister said mrbrown is a very talented man liaw, still not interesting enough for you meh?!"
July 11, 2006
Mr Miyagi said:
There is a divide between the online and the offline which we both felt my column would continue to bridge but following the events of last week and many many long discussions between brown and myself, today I told TODAY that I quit.
Recommended by chunchuan: "M Miyagi quits Today, after Mr Brown got fired."
July 03, 2006
Letter from MICA: "mr brown's views on all these issues distort the truth. They are polemics dressed up as analysis, blaming the Government for all that he is unhappy with. He offers no alternatives or solutions. His piece is calculated to encourage cynicism and despondency, which can only make things worse, not better, for those he professes to sympathise with..."
Recommended by dotaguy: "MICA slams mrbrown's TODAY article. Has mrbrown hit too close to home? And why is mrbrown suddenly a psuedonym he is hiding under? I thought everyone already knew who he is ?"
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