Daily SG: 11 Oct 2016



Credit: SemiSerious


Blogger Battles

– The Online Citizen: Police closes case of former NMP Calvin Cheng, calling for kids of terrorists to be killed

Educate Our Youth

– mrbrown: Working after school hours part of ‘service’? Your head lah
– Another dot in the blogosphere?: Funny or sad: Cheating at online quizzes

Singapore Pools Bets On Online Betting

– Thoughts of Real Singaporeans: A delicate balance for a prickly issue
– The Middle Ground: Online gambling allowed, but what are the safeguards in place?

Mind Our Own Business

– e27: Should your startup actually be a small business?

NewsPAPers

– The Independent Singapore: Will SPH announce major changes soon? Hundreds of staff to be retrenched?

Regardless of Race, Language or Religion

– The Middle Ground: Do Singapore landlords have a problem with race?

Health Check

– Vulcan Post: Singaporean Diagnosed With Schizophrenia Recovers By Playing Pokemon GO, Becomes Our Very Best

Daily Disclosure

– Mothership.sg: Illegally abandoned pet hedgehog meets tragic end in Singapore

Foreign Affairs

– The New Era: Singapore student delivers speech for event that will not take place in his home country

Technology Bytes

– Zit Seng: The Galaxy Note 7 Is No More
– Money Digest: Creative Ways To Earn Money On Snapchat And Instagram

Bread and Butter

– The New Savvy: If My Parents Or Spouse Dies, Do I Inherit Their Debts?
– crazyrandomchatter: Fresh grads just sitting around waiting for perfect job meh?
– Alvinology: 10 Types of Interns Companies Should Look Out For – Alvinology

Singapore Food Paradise

– The Ranting Panda: Food Review: Grissini at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel Singapore | Probably the Best New Italian Restaurant in 2016?
– Faerie Tales: Mee Sua Soup At Seng Kee
– The Ordinary Patrons: Mat Salleh food at Mad Sailors cafe – a British kitchen on Haji Lane

Investment Matters!

– Dollars and Sense: 10 Common Trading Terms That Even Non-Traders Should Understand
– Rich In Every Sense: Warren Buffet expects cash from his investments but do not give cash dividend to shareholders


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