“You want free speech? Let’s see you acknowledge a man whose words make your blood boil, who’s standing center stage and advocating at the top of his lungs that which you would spend a lifetime opposing at the top of yours.” Today, I came across two Facebook updates by Andrew Loh (here and here) where… Read More »
A friend shared my sentiments about shooting at ISO 100 (“Old habits die hard“) and mentioned that “when I go to [ISO] 400 I feel like I’m cheating”. Well, I’m not sure about that being considered cheating. There are certainly more ways to cheat in post processing than the simple act of pushing up the… Read More »
On top of the strategies I previously proposed for the 2006 election and election tips for Singaporeans, here are some other things the opposition should do for the upcoming election: 1. Engage the people in issues, not the PAP. The Pappies will try to sidestep the issues and get LKY (or whoever) to badmouth opposition… Read More »
This half-page ad by Lane Crawford suffers from poor execution with amateurish use of font and font effects (oh wait, maybe they did it deliberately), and no USP mentioned. A waste of ad budget, made worse by the fact that it has been published a couple of times. Help spread the word!
Saw this Mido ad in today’s The Standard (and it’s on the front page). Instead of “A mark of true design”, it appears more like “A mark of poor design” because the two photos do not relate to each other unless you strain your eyes to read the copy below the headline. To make matters… Read More »
Here are five reasons why people who use smartphones score higher on the Ignorance Quotient: 1. They tend to subscribe for data plans that they don’t really need or have trouble fully utilising. 2. They use the smartphone like a computer and expect it to offer the same level of performance and experience. 3. They… Read More »
A blogger, Fearfully Opinionated, tried to offer new insights into the ministerial salary issue, claiming that related blog posts so far were “unoriginal, recycled and boring”. He goes on to say that “perhaps in being so eager to voice discontent, we fail to think. And when there is mass-unthinking on the plogosphere [sic], this is… Read More »