August 04, 2005
Insead Alumni presents:
You've probably been keeping yourself updated about the unfolding of the National Kidney Foundation story in the media, and how thousands of people in Singapore reacted to the story.
Now, get ready to hear the untold story: how the media covered the NKF story and what people think about the coverage.
Speakers include former Editors of ST, Today and TNP.
July 19, 2005
We at Tomorrow.sg fully understand that the good people of Singapore are riled about the NKF scandal, and that many good blogs, commentaries, satires and what not have been penned by our creative and vibrant populace to accompany the wailing, gnashing of teeth, tearing of clothes, smearing of ashes etc.
However, we on the Tomorrow.sg editorial board (and, we trust, you too, gentle readers) are suffering from a case of acute NKF-itis. And so a mournful cry rises to the heavens from our poor tortured souls: Aiee!!! No more! No more! No more NKF!!!
Or in the words of everyone's favourite Cowboy: CAN WE PLEASE POST SOMETHING TELLING PPL TO STOP THIS NKF SHITE???
There. 'Nuff said.
If you really have something interesting to post, you can always do a trackback to our post, NKF vs SPH, with the following trackback URL. If you're on Blogger or some other Blogging software that lacks trackback capabilities, just enter the trackback manually at the bottom of the trackback URL.
We now return you to our regular programming.
July 15, 2005
NKF Saga is HOT!
It turns up as the 10th most searched for topic in Technorati.
The Lord Of The Links has noticed that NKF has put Singapore on the map for all the wrong reasons. And he is providing updates as well. Will NKF be able to climb all the way to the top of the charts?
July 15, 2005
July 12, 2005
With the news that NKF's CEO is making 600k a year and 12 months bonus, Singapore bloggers rise up immediately to this call-for-action.
Please trackback your thoughts on this entry.