#LOLshow Episode 2: The friendliest country on earth. Heh.
So, I think the #LOLshow updates will become a regular feature on here every Wednesday. I guess routine is a good thing, no? In case you don’t know, #LOLshow is the new podcast that I feature in together with David Lian, John Lim and David Wang.
I first blogged about it last week, when I shared with you guys the link to the first episode. You can read that post here. Here is how I described the show:
I was invited to join David Lian and David Wang by John Lim (who also features in the show) on this new podcast where each week, we discuss some hot topics related to the Web with, hopefully, a Malaysian â€“ or Asian â€“ spin to it.
Since it’s all so new, we are constantly finding ways to make it better so we appreciate any feedback (even criticism, yes!). This week, the two Davids and I (minus John, who couldn’t join in due to other commitments), discuss (as written on our podcast page by John Lim, although I’d hardly refer to her as a citizen journalist in point #5!):
2) Facebook now allows users to export their data out of the site.
3) A survey says that Malaysians have the most online friends in the world.
5) What happens when the cameras turn onto the police? We examine the implications of the widely circulated video taken by Malaysian citizen journalist Pamela Lim.
New segment: The web tip of the week goes to Doodle.com
You can listen to it from the site, below or subscribe to our feed on iTunes!
Hope you enjoy it!
9.36am Malaysian time (+8 GMT)