December 14, 2009
Temasek Review said:
Ms Jayne Goh made headlines this year with the setting up of the Association of Blogger ostensibly to “educate” bloggers on responsible blogging.
The association drew flak from the online community with many bloggers expressing scepticism about the organisation, questioning its purpose and leadership.
It was boycotted by most major blogs including the Temasek Review.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Ironic that founder of Singapore Bloggers Association wanted to promote responsible blogging, but ended up defaming people and being sued."
April 13, 2007
April 04, 2007
IT’S TIME TO CHUCK ALL THE PAST MEMORIES ASIDE AND START AFRESH!!!
Because for the GRAND FINAL, everyone is allowed to send in their entries! Yes – we decided to throw the submission open to everyone – whether or not you won any prizes from the previous rounds, one of the bi-weekly top bloggers, or a newbie taking part for the very first time! Everyone stands an equal chance!
In addition, we also added a judging component. Meet our five cool judges here:
Recommended by alvinism: "Angelique from Tomorrow.SG is one of judges, together with Power 98 Deejay- Rosalyn, Alan Leong from Shearnation (the guy who designed Xiaxue's blog masthead) and blogger, Charles Ng."
March 01, 2006
Yesterday.sg is an aggregator initiated by the Museum Roundtable and supported by the National Heritage Board.
Did you know that the John Lennon actually stayed at the Raffles Hotel in the 70s?
Join us as we unearth a treasure trove of stories and memories in this blog about heritage and museums in Singapore.
Perhaps you've visited a museum recently and fell in love with a piece of art?
Or passed by a heritage site and took photos?
Or maybe you came across old photos while springcleaning... and took a walk down memory lane.
Tell us your stories. We're a bunch heritage enthusiasts who'd really love to hear from you.
August 14, 2005
The exhibition proper is made up of five main themes which showcases the kitschy side of Singaporean culture we've all come to know and love.
- Love Me Love My Stuff: Singaporeans who take collecting as a serious hobby.
- Love Me Build Me: Singapore's Iconic buildings.
- Love Me Obey Me: Singapore's National Campaigns.
- Love Me Make Me Rich: Singaporeans' Lucky Charms.
- Love Me Visit Me: Singapore's Places of Interest.