Daily SG: 12 Feb 2008

The Phantom Menace. PAP mole in the mist? – The Online Citizen: Allegations against TOC – la nausée: The Sounding of a TOCsin: Blogosphere in a Bog – soc.culture.singapore: Beware TOC (The Online Cons) [Thanks messiah] 6 in 10 new jobs go to foreigners – Decay On Net: Newly improved title – S’poreans and foreigners …

Daily SG: 11 Feb 2008

Ah Meng (1960 – 2008) The Zoo: Remembering Ah Meng The Phantom Menace. PAP mole in the mist? – Singabloodypore: Singapore’s Shame – The Wayang Party Club of Singapore: The Online Citizen’s reply and our stand – Newsintercom: The Unknown Extent of the PAP’s Net Offensive – The Wayang Party Club of Singapore: 8 questions …

Daily SG: 6 Feb 2008

Happy Chinese New Year! Gong Xi Fa Cai, Hong Bao Yi Ge Lai! Not that we love Caesar less… – Vox: The Reasons for Singapore’s diminishing talent pool – SOURgrAPESatSG: Lee kuan Yew and those disillusioned others – Where Bears Roam Free: MM Lee should stop interfering with others’ business – BothSidesOfTheJohorStraits: Long-term political planning, …

Daily SG: 5 Feb 2008

Singaporeans are fed, up with progress! – Looking For LaLaLand..: Is the Prime Minister seriously out of touch? – The Online Citizen: 5 Minutes With… Leong Sze Hian on rising inflation – HWZ: Singapore ‘s food inflation is extremely high by international standards 6 in 10 new jobs go to foreigners – Decay on Net: …

Daily SG: 4 Feb 2008

Not that we love Caesar less… – BothSidesOfTheJohorStraits: MM Lee: Singapore’s population is too small for political diversity – The Daily Backtrack: Ombudsman, what a queer little word – Alice in Wonderland: Where is Singapore’s fourth generation of leaders? Strangers in a strange land – JeremyToh: The Consequence of a ‘regulated’ press – mrbrown: Er, …

Daily SG: 1 Feb 2008

Friday 1st Feb 7.30pm at The Picturehouse Lounge free & open to public Source: No political films please, we’re Singaporeans [Thanks Martyn] ERPains, Trains & Automobiles – Simply Jean: Justification for ERP rates increased – Murmurs, Mutters and Other White Noise: Outrage The Complaints Choir Banned – The boy who knew too much: The price …

Daily SG: 31 Jan 08

Odex Update: Pacnet to give names to Japanese studios, not Odex – Darth Grievous’ Dark Domain: Odex’s appeal rejected – Alice in Wonderland: PacNet ordered by High Court to reveal alleged anime downloaders identities – The Legal Janitor: Copyright v Privacy: compare and contrast – reidolphin: CNY just around the corner – 蒼天の光: Verdict on …

Daily SG: 30 Jan 08

Odex Update: Pacnet to give names to Japanese studios, not Odex – Siew Kum Hong: Odex redux The Complaints Choir Banned – Decay On Net: Complaints choir cannot complain – The States Times: Mother Of All Complaints Transport Reforms Announced – Simply Jean: Going up: Prime taxi fares Human Rights – The Anti Neo-Democracy Theorist: …

Daily SG: 29 Jan 08

The Complaints Choir Banned – Simple girl, simple life: Sucessful! Fruitful! Emotional? – e pur si muove: BANNED: Complaints Choir of Singapore – mrbrown: Complaints Choir of Singapore (video and lyrics) – Used Brain for Sale: Foreigners Cannot Complain – My Sketchbook: Sing our way out ERPains, Trains & Automobiles – Simply Jean: More discourse …

SG Daily: 28 Jan 08

The Complaints Choir Banned – Baloney and Balls: What? – The Online Citizen: Bureacratic muddle leads to canning of International Fringe Festival event – Die neue Welle: Tales of Mr. Tan VI – The Complain Choir – Ong Jiin Joo: Add one more lyric: Complaints Choir Cannot Sing – Pseudonymity: Complaints Choir Cancels Public Performances …