I wanted to take the opportunity to wish all my fellow Malaysians here and abroad a very Happy 53rd Merdeka Day and to encourage everyone to participate in the #iheartmalaysia campaign.
So, the World Cup group match between England and USA – first match for each team – has just ended. For me, it was a major disappointment for England to draw 1-1 considering they were the favourites and well, Americans don’t play football (they play soccer hehe).
In 2004, something really embarassing happened to me. While on an almost-2 week trip to New Zealand with Adam (where the above picture was taken), my credit card got rejected … twice.
I suppose this isn’t news to those of you who regularly follow my blog but I am one of the seven Malaysian bloggers featured in the upcoming season of Project Alpha, which will premier online on April 19.
Excuse the dramatics in the post headline. It’s just that when I first heard about this new movie project called Your Grandfather’s Road, that was the first thing that came to my mind.
In November last year, I got a random email asking me if I’d like to be interviewed to comment on Malaysian politicians embracing social media. The subject of the email read: BBC intv request
Many of you might have heard about Tali Tenang by now. For the past few days, my friends and I (as well as well-wishers and supporters) have been spamming heavily promoting the event on social media sites like our blogs, Twitter and Facebook.
So, Twitterverse (or at least my Twitter stream) is inundated with tweets about a fire in KL. I first read about it on @cloudeeya‘s tweet when she alerted KLue‘s Twitter account of a potential fire.
About an hour ago, I sent out this tweet: Indeed, I could not think of any way of reacting to this Bernama article published on The Star Online, quoting Information, Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim warning Malaysians not to be “immersed” in Facebook, Twitter and Internet culture.
So, it’s just after working hours and Twitter is abuzz (well, ish) in reaction to this tweet by @omgfacts: @omgfacts claim to be “The OFFICIAL fact source of twitter. Posting pointless but amazing facts since Sept 27th, 2009.” Of course, they rarely, if ever, credit their source.