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Something in Common

Posted by inspir3d on August 4, 2006

Bishop bemoans the lack of succession planning at SingTel and NOL …read more

Littlespeck

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The Migrant Citizen

Posted by inspir3d on August 4, 2006

This is an “attempt to highlight some alternative perceptions of emigration, as opposed to the traditional thinking (e.g., stayers vs quitters) that characterises the dominant discourse in our national media.” …read more

subaltern: overseas; recommended by wert

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Where will Asia go? Ask Singapore!

Posted by inspir3d on August 4, 2006

John Nesheim is optimistic about the future of Asia because of Singapore, and especially because of the youths of Singapore. …read more

Source: SG Entrepreneurs

Posted in Economics, Entrepreneurship | 2 Comments »

Transmitting Satire: Misinterpretation or Misunderstanding Interpretation?

Posted by inspir3d on August 4, 2006

“What is the difference between overt oppression and subtle coercion?Taken at face value, what is the difference between the story of the closure of a food stall and the sacking of a journalist?” …read more

Source: Molly Meek

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Why Andy Ho may one day find himself writing a blog.

Posted by inspir3d on August 4, 2006

It’s Twilight’s turn to take his shot at Andy Ho. …read more

Source: Two Steps from Twilight

Posted in Media, New Media | 1 Comment »