Month: August 2006

On cars and bandwagons

Think of a car. When it was first invented, everybody wanted to sit in one (I assume. Just humour me). People don’t care so much where the car takes them Or whether it gives them a quality ride. It’s just so novel. In time, when cars become mainstream… Quality becomes more important. And getting the …

Thank you, God

Those who’ve seen me on MSN lately should know what’s been on my lips – Thank you God. He lifted me out of the darkness over two years ago and gently guided me back to what I like doing best. He put me with the right people. He made me wait, to learn patience. Sometimes …

Gahmen embraces new media

Welcome, Straits Times readers. I’m honoured to be mentioned in the papers today. This is a spin-off from Prime Minister Lee’s rally speech that we must embrace new media. Right on! We are public servants – and we blog too Gahmenbloggers, unite! – spinoff: UCLA reports the article! Blogging: Govt agencies getting into the act …

My little piece of history

For those of you who haven’t checked out our museum blog Yesterday.sg, do pay a visit. It has snippets of nostalgia, reminders of our Singapore heritage, news and reviews. I am a contributing blogger, aka “Friend”. My first (and only) post so far on the blog: The day I sat on David Marshall’s chair. [ps. …

Crazy Stone

Had dinner at Lao Beijing, and then watched a HK/China movie called Crazy Stone which has apparently received pretty positive reviews. Every minute of the movie was entertaining, funny and at times just hilarious. There are many intertwining sub-plots and themes. There are the good guys versus the bad guys – the security team versus …