Daily SG: 26 Jul 2010

The Great Flood of Singapore
– The Mind Game: ST cunning in the front-page flood
– Everything Also Complain: Orchard Road sandbags
– ST Forum: Has train tunnelling played a part?
– The Star: Oh, for a dip in Orchard River
– My sinchew: Singapore flood risk alarms insurers: report

Housing Singaporeans
– Diary of A Singaporean Mind: HDB prices hit new high!
– Under The Willow Tree: HDB Unaffordability Exposes Economic Policy Failures – Housing Bubble to Grow and Pop
– Blowin’ In The Wind: HDB flats: Selling how much above valuation where?
– TOC: Helping the needy – Mr Koh replies
– My sketchbook: Welcome to my party

Alan Shadrake charged for Jolly Hangman
– TOC: I am not going to be cowed: Alan Shadrake (Updated)
– Singapore Notes: Is Shadrake Doing Us A Favour?
– TOC: Review : Once A Jolly Hangman

Countdown to Elections
– TOC: Political pokerplay: the government’s gamble
– Gerald Giam: My interview on Yahoo! Fit to Post
– funny little world: What, are we Communists now?

Strangers in a Strange Land
– Blowin’ In The Wind: How many Indians, Chinese, Malays and people of other races in Singapore’s total population?
– Yawning Bread on WordPress: How to fight human trafficking: Ban the term ‘sex work’
– The Rot Within: Surprising Statistics

re education
– ST Forum: ..we must review a range of value, motivation and reward systems.
– ST Forum: Abolishing Exam Culture

– Sex sells, so does Politics: Please pay $188 and help us evaluate the YOG Village

– guanyinmiao’s musings: Singapore’s Obsession With Our Divides and Fault-lines

Daily Discourse
– TOC: Next Gen broadband system may not be for next generation S’poreans
– Chemical Generation Singapore: CAD and COC Move On… to Others
– The Mind Game: Makers and Keepers of History (Pessimism and idealism)
– TOC: The Dunno Cartoons (Updated)

Life, the universe and everything
– Open Contours: Terror and Beauty

– Carpe Diem: Party Against Poverty III @ Timbre @ The Substation
– TOC: Civic Life project announces short-film competition
– loozihan 罗子涵: Aemaer @ 7th Singapore Short Cuts, National Museum of Singapore

Selected News Stories
– Bloomberg: Singapore’s Consumer Prices Rise a Sixth Month on Transport, Housing Costs

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