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· August, 2006

Stories about Singapore from August, 2006

Singapore: Nation Wide Wi-Fi

Ketsugi is excited about the upcoming nationwide wireless internet service in Singapore.

Singapore: A Teacher Reflects

Via Tomorrow.sg comes a post where a teacher in Singapore is talking about what makes her hate her job as a teacher.

Singapore: Rod Steiger of South East Asia

Enterprise Resilience Management Blog compares Singapore to Hollywood actor Rod Steiger. Steiger took on a wide variety of roles across genres making him the most connected actor. “Connectivity is also...

Global Food Blog Report #28

#1: From Tanzania, MiRecipe.com spices up the day with an incredible easy and delicious recipe to prepare "Chatini Ya Ukwaju" (Tamarind Chutney). It is great with bread, and a tasty...

Singapore: Editor or People

Singapore's metablog Tomorrow.sg is asking its readers if it should continue as an editor moderated system or move to a system where the readers can vote to promote articles.

Brunei: Digital Divide

The blogger at Our Local Style looks at the digital divide in South East Asia.

Food Blog Report #27

#1: From Stockholm, Sweden: Clivia's Cuisine and her marvelous Swiss chard dolmadas with rice and mushrooms! A gem of a recipe, and it looks delicious… Last week I visited Rosendals...

Singapore: Life in the 80s

Smoot blogs about a article going around Singapore's online space about the life in the 1980s Singapore.

Singapore: Emigration Concerns

Blogger Kwayteowman tackes on the concerns expressed by some on the keenness of many younger Singaporeans to emigrate to other countries.

Singapore: Librarians and Wikipedia

Rambling Librarian in Singapore discusses the use of Wikipedia as a resource by librarians. “Some librarians feel that a resource like Wikipedia should not be cited as part of an...

Singapore: Bloggers Irked by Mainstream Media

Singapore's metablog Tomorrow.sg has a link to a blog post that is taking the mainstream media to task for it's love-hate relationship with bloggers.

Singapore: Using MSN for Business

The blogger at mediaslut is happy to find a travel company that asks visitors on their website to contact their agents via MSN.

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