DIY reality videos made with free online tools the rage among netizens
HOSTING video files on the Internet is not a new concept, and you can find a variety of services â€” both free and paid â€” to store and share your video clips. Two of the most popular are YouTube (www.youtube.com) and Google Video (video.google.com).
The Singapore Fei Chang Super Campus Idol Star plus Band show is back again! Our hosts Daniel Gong and Gurpreet Singh talk to ex-idols to find out where they are now.
Special thanks goes out to our office idols — kunnka, hospital torei and zid!
Podcast: the mrbrown show 23 May 2006: where are they idoling now (MP3, treat Filesize: 2.9mb, cialis Time: 00:06:44)
You have a reason to watch television, and that’s Singapore Idle. Watch as the eventual winner of the 2006 edition gets a contract as a poster boy for a convenience store, together with a sponsored single titled ‘My Love Is An Endless Big Gulp (If You’ll Swallow)’.
You have a reason to watch the Da Vinci Code movie, because of the hue and cry raised by Christians who believe that the film sullies their faith, or something.
Hasta la vista, baby Jesus
Turn up the volume. Noisy right?
The sounds of water fountains are supposed to engender feelings of calm and serenity. Not the one in the basement of Raffles City, though.
While eating at a fountainside restaurant there, I realised that the damned fountain there was causing the most annoying racket – much like when your neighbour’s getting their house renovated. A bit difficult to eat.
I went and watched Fly Entertainment’s Camp Comedy twice, and it was well worth it (not because of the complimentary tickets).
Kumar was a hoot, and easily one of the best stand-up drag acts I’ve ever watched, and not just in Singapore. If you want world class, that’s world class for you.
One of the other imported acts, Lounge-Zilla, was also worth the price of admission valet parking fee alone. If you are thinking of going to watch the show, which is at Zouk, be mindful that it’s not family entertainment, and while I’ve been told the acts were toned down for Singaporean sensibilities, they’re still on the risque side a little bit.
The acts tonight are Kumar and Lounge-Zilla, while Sunday night’s finale will feature Australian Rick Lau and Singapore’s Broadway Beng.