Actually, some other Facebook users have pointed out it tracks the friends that you interact with the most, and not so much who is stalking you the most. Also, the order may be jumbled and are not of significance. A friend mentioned it is probably just a random list of the people you chat with in your chat box. Some said it could be the people whom YOU are stalking the most yourself. I am not a coder so I cannot verify any of this. Any one can solve the mystery? 🙂
Anyway, this is something harmless and REAL on Facebook that you can play with on your own without having to give access to third party developers to spam your Facebook account or intrude your privacy.
Super Store Singapore specializes in producing premium custom badges with convenience, their range of services include:
– Bulk customisation of badges orders
– Personalised badges
– Designers showcase(Public may send in their designs)
– And specialized name card badges.
Super Store Singapore also strongly believes in cultivating a community of artists in Singapore and they are acting as a platform for aspiring artists to show their talents and share it with others, at the same time earning a profit through their commissions program from their designs.
Super Store Singapore love badges, a lot, and would like to share this passion along with you!
Singapore, 22 May 2012 – omy.sg has released the top ten finalists in the ten main categories of the Singapore Blog Awards 2012 as well as the other finalists in three sponsored categories and two celebrity categories. The 100 finalists include a diverse range of individuals representing the multicultural aspect of Singapore.
The winners of the ten main award categories will be announced at this year’s award ceremony on 21 July at Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel. Invited guests will get to sample the best of local hawker delights at the Singapore Food Trail, a unique 1960s-themed food street, while the winners of the respective categories are unveiled.
As a lead-up to the award ceremony, omy.sg will be hosting three bloggers’ workshops (http://project.omy.sg/panasonic-workshops/) together with presenting sponsor, Panasonic. The workshops, helmed by well-known Singapore bloggers, will cover topics on photography, eco crafts and a cooking demonstration. Registration is free and all are welcome to participate.
In a tie-up with Far East Hospitality this year, omy.sg is also extending an invitation to bloggers outside of Singapore to attend the Singapore Blog Awards ceremony with 3D2N hotel accommodations sponsored by a group of seven hotels under the Far East Hospitality group (http://sgblogawards.omy.sg/2012/overseas-blogger-sponsorship/).
When I first saw this appeal, I was a little puzzled as it was stated that Wencong can accept blood from ANY blood type. Logically, there should be ample supply in the blood banks. Even if there was a shortage, I believe an appeal to just Wencong’s immediate friends and family members would have suffice. Was a public appeal really necessary? Especially one which detailed the patient’s medical condition and even his NRIC number. I decided not to pass this message on as I do not want to contribute to needless alarm.
Moreover, Wencong may not even want all these attention in the first place, given that most people would prefer to keep our medical conditions private. I certainly would.
When I read Yong Wei’s summary blog post on the whole saga yesterday, I was all the more assured there is a big difference between “doing the right thing” and “doing the right thing and doing it right”.
Those who jump on the bandwagon and mass propagate the donation appeal without doing any background check are “doing the right thing”; in the sense that they are relaying an appeal for help as Good Samaritans. However, they do not realise they may also be contributing to harmful mass hysteria by spreading untruth. What if the appeal was fake or not something that the patient or his family members would be comfortable with?
As an informed and regular blood donor, Yong Wei was one of the rare few who bothered to find out more before deciding on his course of action. He was “doing the right thing AND doing it right”.
Guess what? There was sufficient blood supply to begin with. The donation appeal was unnecessary.
Without pointing fingers at anyone, wouldn’t it now seem like the artistes who jumped on the bandwagon are just capitalising on Wencong’s plight to get some media coverage (even if this wasn’t their intent)?
In a TNP news report last week, the Singapore Sports Council chief challenged anyone to come forward if they could think of a better cheer than the current one by JJ Lin which has been lambasted severely by netizens for being cheesy.
Blogger/amateur filmmaker/songwriter and my personal friend, Yong Wei decided to take on the challenge and composed his own cheer:
What do you think? Is Yong Wei’s cheer better than JJ Lin’s?
Here’s the JJ Lin YOG cheer for comparison:
Whatever the verdict, I think we should all applaud Yong Wei for his courage to step forward and do something, rather than being a whiny “keyboard warrior”. Well done Yong Wei. 🙂