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Snippets: 27 February 2013

Oscar VFX protests, Google vs. Samsung, Understanding the harlem shake

[caption id="attachment_3930" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 27 February 2013[/caption] Have you often thought that most visuals you saw in movies were fake? Well, yes they are. However, VFX artists are protesting against the decision to cut

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The story behind this view.

The Story of Our Current Home

[caption id="attachment_3898" align="aligncenter" width="615"] The story behind this view.[/caption] In the midst of the continual negativity around population and housing issues, I thought it'll be refreshing to share something different. My family moved from a

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Snippets: 25th February 2013

New tablets launched, Internet comes to North Korea, WP’s own population paper

[caption id="attachment_3869" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 25th February 2013[/caption] Be prepared to be flooded with mobile tech news this week as the Mobile World Congress kicks off. First on the plate are the Samsung Galaxy Note

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Snippets: 22nd February 2013

PlayStation 4 wrap up, 100 second Oscar film, Singapore’s new coins

[caption id="attachment_3839" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 22nd February 2013[/caption] The PlayStation 4 was announced... well some of it anyways. Here's everything you need to know in 2 minutes. Oscar film nominees are usually really long movies

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Snippets: 20 February 2013

HTC One launched, GTX Titan unleashed, spies on Facebook

[caption id="attachment_3810" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 20 February 2013[/caption] The HTC One arrives relegating the one year old One X to second place. nVidia brings out the Titan which handily trumps the 680 but isn't really part of

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Snippets: 18 February 2013

Making of The Hobbit, first real protest, free 100GB storage

[caption id="attachment_3775" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 18 February 2013[/caption] 'Making of' videos are always interesting and if you have 4 minutes to spare, you can take a quick look at how 'The Hobbit' was created. Singapore

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A cramp Singapore can be better managed.

How to Support 6.9 Million in Singapore

[caption id="attachment_3738" align="aligncenter" width="615"] A cramp Singapore can be better managed.[/caption] Singapore's population is going to grow and there's no stopping it. We can slow down the growth rate but we cannot turn back. With

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Snippets: 13 February 2013

Apple’s iWatch, an unfoldable apartment, how to get rich legally

[caption id="attachment_3686" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 13 February 2013[/caption] 2013 looks more iWatch rather than iTV according to analysts. Infinity Loop may want to dominate your wrist just like the old spy movies. We run a

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What lies beneath glass, concrete and steel.

Singapore Badly Needs Her Soul

[caption id="attachment_3664" align="aligncenter" width="615"] What lies beneath glass, concrete and steel. (Credit: Woon Tai Ho)[/caption] Soaring housing and car ownership prices, diminishing personal space and intensely cramp public transport services have led to a series

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Snippets: 11th February 2013

Halal bak kwa, Singaporean footballing leader, Samsung’s own sheep

[caption id="attachment_3647" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 11th February 2013[/caption] Not liking pork is no longer a reason to resist bak kwa, get the all new beef version today. We (Singaporeans) didn't make Goal 2010 and it

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Snippets: 8th February 2013

Galaxy S4 in April? Pyongyang rips off COD, Arsenal’s very first website

[caption id="attachment_3586" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 8th February 2013[/caption] If you are buying a smartphone, you might want to wait till April for a reputable Korean firm. Call of Duty has landed North Korea in YouTube

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Snippets: 6th February 2013

NUS removes condoms, Dell goes private, watch the costliest ads

[caption id="attachment_3455" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 6th February 2013[/caption] Starting with a slightly more local taste today, an NUS undergraduate is appalled by NUS Management's decision to pull condoms off shelves in on-campus stores. Dell is finally bought

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Snippets: 2nd Feb 2013

The movies lied, have a Nacho, PS4 launches in Feb.

[caption id="attachment_3389" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Snippets: 2nd Feb 2013[/caption] Snippets is a new category of posts. On days without editorial styled content, snippets will share interesting articles, photos or videos around the web that pertain to

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The voters have had their say.

What did the By Election Results Mean?

[caption id="attachment_3356" align="aligncenter" width="615"] The voters have had their say.[/caption] About 5 days ago, the Workers Party emerged as very clear winners in the Punggol East single member constituency  The winning margin was massive with 54.5%

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Amy Cheong: What Was She Thinking?

What Amy Cheong Taught Us About Ourselves

I woke to news that Amy Cheong launched an angry tirade against a Malay wedding. Her foul mouthed comments roped in the entire Malay population in Singapore. Needless to say, she received a near instant termination from

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Freedom of the Press – Solutions for Singapore

It is easy to criticize. Easy to call for change. Easy to mock the system. How about fixing it? Every time a conversation on Singapore's politics pops up, almost everyone will agree that our press is

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