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[Singabloodypore] This wiki hopes to aggregate the diverse opinions of people who wish to offer policy proposals for Singapore, so that readers can compare and decide for themselves which policies they think would be best for Singapore's future.
[Singasingapore.blogspot.com] Singasingapore: Singapore Policy Wiki: This is a good idea in theory, and indeed if properly fleshed out it has to potential to add true value (to Singapore as a nation), but I think it does suffer from a chicken-egg issue, which might be systemic because of the platform chosen. The chicken-egg issue is that there is no impeutus for submission, because it is unknown.
[The American Street] Tsunami Blogs you can rely on, Pt. 2: (Or state?) We’d quickly set up an aggregate newsfeed using media sources in the the area, blogroll any agencies and relief organizations working the area, and let people from the area blog about what’s going on and what’s needed. With the bandwidth to meet the demand.
[Singasingapore.blogspot.com] Singasingapore: The backstory according to the report is that on June 14, ST Forum Page published a letter asking if "cab companies allowed uncaged pets to be transported in taxis, after she saw a dog standing on a taxi seat next to its owner." The concern is that the animals pay "drool on the seats or dirty them with their paws"--and for most of the Muslims in Singapore (which subscribe to the Syafie school of thought on the issue), they are prohibited by religion "to touch dogs which are wet, which would include a dog's saliva".
[Cyber.law.harvard.edu] Bridge Blog Index - Global Voices: When a watcher finds a photo, post or article focused on that country, s/he uses del.icio.us to tag it, using the country name as a tag - i.e., if Ethan finds a blogpost about a new tech company in Accra, he tags it "ghana". If he finds a blog that consistently writes about Ghana, he tags it "gv-ghana", a special tag which means that a Global Voices watcher has identified a likely bridgeblogger.