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The Amy Cheong Saga: Benefits of the Temporal Panopticon (Part Three)

In other words, rather than relying pedantically upon legal instruments to clamp down on hate speech, the regular users of the Internet should become more vigilant, and band together to counter these expressions with more speech. Continue reading

Our Singapore Government: Do We Expect Too Much?

My gripe is that some of these posts are underlined by some assumptions, that: first, circumstances or policies (particularly infrastructure) can – and should – change instantaneously; second, the proposed recommendation must be the best recourse; and third, the absence of a reply or actual change necessarily reflects incompetence or arrogance on the part of the administration. Continue reading

National Day Rally 2012: Live Blogging

Live blogging from the 2012 National Day Rally. Continue reading