Daily SG: 17 Jun 2013

Humour: David Tan

Uniquely Singapore 502 Bad Gateway

502 Bad Gateway


– Remember Singapore: 10 Common Misconceptions of the Names of Places in Singapore
– smallwhellsbigsmile: LCSG visit Sembawang Hot Spring 16June 2013
– The Long and Winding Road: The changing landscape at the ninth mile
– POSKOD.sg: Of Boar And Men
– Wild Shores of Singapore: Piggies and seagrasses at Chek Jawa
– New Nation: S’pore in 1957 was more modern than we think

Defending Our Lion City

– Senang Diri: Guide to radars and defence equipment installed on HDB blocks and commercial buildings in Singapore
– Abdillah Zamzuri: http://abdillahzamzuri.wordpress.com/2013/06/15/national-service-or-national-pride/

National Conversation #oursgconv

– Breakfast Network: BN Special: Levelling the playing field in the job market
– Leong Sze Hian: Mindef discriminates “part-time” degree officers, but nobody knows?
– Prata Politics: Unemployment Low, Don’t Worry Foreigners Didn’t Steal Jobs
– guanyinmiao’s musings: The Sunday Times’s Think: On Examinations, Books In Singapore
– IPSCommons: On Revitalising Chinese Languages in Singapore


– Lew Yan Liang 刘彦良: An alternative view on your HDB “asset”

Internet Code of Conduct

– Signs of Struggle: Miss the point, pass the buck


– Insights Health Associates: Myth of the invisible hand in Healthcare

Daily Disclosure

– Aussie Pete: The Shame Of Timezone Singapore – The Adult Animal Kaiser Boss Man Nerd
– [FB] Wilson Ho: The man who loves to distort facts strikes again! [Thanks Patrick]

SMRT Foreign Bus Drivers Strike Protest Reported Sick Refused to work!

– visakan veerasamy.: I don’t understand the Attorney-General’s Chambers
– The Sun Shines on Singapore: Lynn Lee Contempt of Court? No
– Andrew Loh: Sorry, Attorney General, but Lynn Lee is not guilty of contempt of court
– TOC: Sub judice and Lynn Lee
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: NTUC’s silent walk: How apt

Beyond 2.5 meters

– Sgpolitics.net: Questions that ATL Maintenance should answer

Strangers in a Strange Land

– SG Web Reviews: Working and Living in a Foreign Country

A Vote for Change (Singapore)

– Mapping musings: Somewhere At The End Of A River

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