Latest posts by Preetam Rai from January, 2008
Singapore blogger Rinaz test drives Asus's latest Linux based sub-notebook. The computer is just started selling in South East Asia and there are user groups already in Thailand and the Philippines. First look at the Asus EEE PC from rinaz on Vimeo.
Vutha takes us to the launch of an online game in Cambodia where a popular Cambodian singer appears as one of characters from the game.
Maurina confirms that YouTube is now available in Brunei. Netizens earlier got a scare when they could not access the popular video sharing site and there were rumors that the site was blocked.
The Daily Brunei Resources blogger reveals the sources from which he gets ideas for his blog posts.
Geek Goddess has some tips on how to increase your Chinese New Year takes. Younger and unmarried members of the family receive red packets with money in it for Chinese New Year from other relatives.
Mr. Lychee has a creepy experiment for you to try.
Unspun recommends an article “that captures the complexity of Suharto the man who came to lead a nation in waiting”
Antidote to Burnout takes us to visit the colorful Cao Dai Temple in Southern Vietnam.
Janette Torai wants fellow voters to start thinking about the issues that they want to see in the agendas of the political parties.
Mike Abundo is urging fellow netizens to support Friendster social networking platform.
Bangkok Pundit and New Mandala comment on a book that is now banned in Thailand.
Richard Barrow points steam train enthusiasts to a train shed in Bangkok that houses some old steam engines.
Nicholas Godwin feels that a “Truth and reconciliation for Soeharto necessary to Indonesian prosperity”
The Blogger at Dipping into the Blogpond has compiled a list of top 100 Australian blogs based on the blogs Alexa and Technorati rankings. (via Endverse)
Jibone at Mymacbuzz analyses the features and shortcomings in the latest Apple notebook computer and says he would not buy one unless the price includes some of the accessories that is needed to make the machine more complete.
Paul Tan illustrates how TATA managed to lower the cost of its recently launched car and asks Malaysian readers if they will buy the car if it was available in Malaysia.
Arzhou is shocked to find that according to one of the US state tax department Singapore is a part of China.
Phnom Penh based blogger Mythical Dude shares some High Dynamic Range images of the city of the city on his Flickr page.
The Daily Brunei Resources explains the process that takes place in the background when two countries sign an international agreement.
Blogs like Cyberpunk's So Called Life are commenting on hollywood actor Heath Ledger's death.
About A Nurse talks her American Citizenship Oath Taking Ceremony and reflects on her life in America and Australia.