In my friend Lucian's post, he admitted having the sort of prejudice some Singaporeans might have towards things made or achieved by Singaporeans:It is true that for some obscure reason, Singaporeans look down on other Singaporeans. “Made in America” comes with the notion that the product is heavy-duty; “made in Japan”, quality; “made in the UK”, quaint. But when you talk about something that is “made in Singapore”, it is always the Singaporeans who’ll be first in line to pull it down.
The timer ticks down toward zero. We tear across the Boneyard, one of Halo: Reach's best multiplayer maps, my good friend Rus driving with me sitting shotgun. I'm clutching the blue flag in hands that would be sweating if they were ... Read Post
Coming from a Polygon interview... "I wanted to do Pokemon Yellow, and the reason why was I knew I wanted my friends Emily and Gavin to be Red and Pikachu. I knew I wanted them in my piece, and Pikachu is sort of the iconic Pokemon ... Read Post
Friend and fellow Singaporean blogger, Kevin Lim, was interviewed by Canada's CBC Business News. Kevin's blog post, here.The first question was "Why are eBooks taking so long to turn mainstream?", i.e. why consumption/ sales of eBoo... Read Post