11/23/2007

Blogs to fill the gap

Marina Mahathir said that as long as there is a gap between what needs to be reported in the msm but not reported, the gap will be filled by blogs or the internet. True, many things have been first reported in the net and then followed up by the msm when it is already out in the open. There is now a credibility gap between the ugly tooth and the truth which needs to be addressed by the msm but conveniently left open. So here comes the net, to fill the gap. This role has been cut out for bloggers and forumers to play. It is a very decisive role to reveal the ugly tooth.

5 comments:

Elfred said...

She's just waiting to get sued. Hahahaha...

Malaysia recently used blog to fight Singapore for Pedra B.

They think blog is like MSM! Hahaha... No wonder they try to sue two bloggers.

redbean said...

the blog is as good as the bloggers posting in it. its reliability and credibility can be even of a higher standard than that of the msm if the bloggers are discipline and strive to reach that kind of standard.

don't laugh at blogs, elfred. make the blog what you want it to be.

Elfred said...

The problem is, NTUC is now moving into a blogger's creative show of arts... Hahaha... and it's foreign!

And earlier, as I recently told you, there is another local blogger after Chen Jia Hao threatened to be sued~

It's so fuvking ironic that the gahmen is still calling for blogging. Now Dr Vivian is telling ignorant ah pehs and aunties to blog~

Lawyers grinning... imagine that~

Anonymous said...

The PAP knows that the ignorant aunties and ah peks are especially fond of the PAP, what with the annual and election gifts, so these aunties and uncles could be used to counter the negative voices of the younger bloggers. It's true, it's the tooth.

Elfred said...

Hahahaha...
The aunties themselves are women more aggressive than girls.

Last time, a coy wanna sue tomorrow.sg, wait those ah mahs go tomorrow.sg compare vege prices and qualities across markets, then kena sued by wholesalers...

Can die like this. Hahaha...

Singapore, nowadays, you customers buy things, not happy, shops sue you. Hahaha... Great tourism ideology~