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Daily SG: 20 Aug 2008


LOL LHL flipping the bird! Thanks fireopal for the pic. :-)

National Day Rally 2008
- The Lionheart: Where is the dividing line?
- Yawning Bread: Demonstrations to be allowed in Hong Lim playpen
- TOC: The ball is in the opposition’s court
- Random Thoughts Of A Free Thinker: National Day Rally 2008: Political Liberalisation, really?
- Simply Gab: PM Rally Speech: Men-in-White or Men-in-Grey?
- nofearSingapore: My thoughts on that Olympic Silver and that Political Liberalization Speech
- Singabloodypore: Lee’s meaningless concession on protests fool no one
- Mr Wang Says So: Education and The Great Pain of Rather Useless Things
- No “partisan stuff” political films please, we’re Singaporeans: Oops, we were too restrictive : PM Lee
- Longest Flight: What pro-family measures?
- redefining.suet: NDR 2009
- Sgpolitics: Key points raised in PM Lee’s National Day Rally speech 2008
- Journalism.sg: Obituary of a ban: Political films may get a new life
- EDMW: A Letter from a Citizen in Response to NDP Rally Speech

A Sliver from Beijing
- Hard Hitting in the Lion City: Desperately seeking Singaporean-ess
- Hear Ye! Hear Ye!: Taking someone’s ass to be your face
- Tales of A Tiger: Buying Our Own Olympic Medal
- deadpris: Li Jia Wei IS a Singaporean [Response to Iantimothy]

Lee vs Chee
- Singapore Dissident: The days go on

Infoblogoramus
- SG_Ljers: Charity Project Youths.Care

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4 Responses to “Daily SG: 20 Aug 2008”

  1. Hello

    Does anyone happen to know what is the best way to contact the webmaster who runs the Brotherhood Press? We have all tried about 2 million times in vain. I have been an avid reader since 2001 when they first started broadcasting in icered.com. In that period of time, all of us have been using the Genuie dedicated line. I would like to tell the webmaster of the BP, I have been administrator and my read club manager through this entire period and my pool of readers have grown significantly. So this is a request for information with them in mind as well. Previously we used this link which they once set up specially for us which automatically routed us to all their published essays no matter where in the world they are published. On Monday, I checked this link and to my absolute horror, it was not working, along with other routers which we have traditionally used to find their articles. The icons are all still there, but nothing works any more.

    I have heard some rumors to the effect there is an exodus of sorts to a new site called Sammy Kopitiam or something. I went there yesterday looking for some leads. Managed to hook up with some BP readers who I lost contact with, but even they have absolutely no idea what has happened.

    I would really appreciate it. If someone could help us. This is a genuine request for information. Many thanks.

    Jamie

    Posted by reader 503 | August 20, 2008, 2:20 pm
  2. Good afternoon,

    You know something? It’s really none of my business.

    As I am just a simple librarian who happens to run a virtual library in a planet that doesn’t even exist.

    A reader sent me this. She was very insistent that I past it on to someone in the brotherhood proper. She even threatened me, if I didn’t do as she said.

    http://aaron-ng.info/blog/the-sad-state-of-blogosphere.html#comment-18129

    Frankly speaking, it looks like an unsolicited offer.

    I mean gamblers hedge their bets right? Why not the brotherhood?

    Something to consider boys.

    Happy Reading

    Y2K

    Posted by Y2K | August 20, 2008, 5:49 pm
  3. Dear Reader 503,

    I do not have good news for you.

    The following sites will be scheduled for shut down. This week. Another ten more will follow the week after.

    (1) Ikunaba

    (2) Damansara Permai

    (3) The Bangsarian

    Find out more about DEREGULATING THE NET.

    http://dotseng.wordpress.com/2008/08/20/find-out-whether-aims-is-screwing-the-right-hole/

    I am sorry, happy reading

    Y2K

    Posted by FILB ARTICLE 20-8-08 | August 20, 2008, 7:22 pm

  4. Singapore Kopitiam
    has replaced the now defunct "Sammyboy.com’s Alfresco
    Coffee Shop" at Delphiforums.

    Posted by Singapore Kopitiam | August 21, 2008, 10:11 am

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