I just found out that I was mentioned in last week's I.S Magazine. That's the free magazine you can sometimes pick up at cafes, dental clinics and airport lounges - where else, I don't know. I.S Magazine was recommending Singapore blogs worth reading.
Under the "Clever & Witty" section, I.S recommended Mr Brown and Mr Miyagi. There was a brief allusion to Mr Brown's recent saga - "Now that we can no longer read former Today columnist Mr Brown in print, we need to go to his website to hear his satirical voice". Under the "Brain Juices" section, well, I.S Magazine said:
"For hefty intellectual analyses of local current issues, check out http://i-speak.blogdrive.com by a young Singaporean [Mr Wang's note - that's Gayle Goh]. The more than one-year-old blog http://commentarysingapore.blogspot.com offers opinions on home issues from a lawyer's perspective. Besides notes on law and the media, other interesting bits such as why spirituality ties in with business are also explored. http://singabloodypore.blogspot.com is a similar blog discussing what goes on here and beyond, mostly with news bits taken from various sources and multimedia presentations. Another blog to look out for is http://www.yawningbread.org. This blog provides its take on social issues, from the reality of bird flu and takes on sexuality to the soccer mania phenomenon."I don't remember writing anything about why spirituality ties in with business. Hmmm. I.S Magazine probably meant this post of mine, about Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. But that wasn't the point of the post at all.
Technorati: Singapore; Singapore blogs; Singapore media.
Update: IS Magazine is online as well. The article is here.