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Perception is limited, memory is faulty

Friday, August 19, 2005

Came across this meaningful moblog while working...this blogger seems to really have a notion on what he is writing. Like his starter line - "Perception is limited, memory is faulty".

There this paragraph that goes like this -
[then there's this old man recounting his tales and somehow it becomes clear that he's distorting the truth somehow. so at this certain point, he deals with this problem and says something like this.
"call this a memoir, a fact, fairy tale or whatever that gives you comfort, but there are moments that remain true under any classification."]

Does that happens to some of us here? Well I do believe that sometimes you will cook up some white lies to make yourself more secured and comfortable, branding an image to others. But truefully it's best to know yourself and thankfully I still know bits of myself.

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  1. Blogger L. | August 20, 2005 10:07 PM |  

    Yup.

    There are times when you know the truth but you have to tell a lie...
    for better or worse.

    As such, life is never simple, plain and straightward.

    Even if it is a white lie, it's still a lie, you yourself will know if you have answered to your heart.

  2. Blogger bitchrepublic | August 24, 2005 9:10 AM |  

    Man Operating MBLOG, here's my Rants and Raves...by me.

    Dad had to teach Mom how to send a Short Message System (SMS) with her new mobile phone. Finally, when Mom mastered the art of pressing keypads in order to send an SMS to Dad, he had progressed to use Multi-media Message System (MMS). Dad was still unable to chat with Mom simply because she cannot keep up with all these crazy mobile acronyms. This is just an illustration of how sophisticated mobile phones can be.

    Presently, the mobile phones on sale are mostly equipped with a camera. By capturing imagery with a camera phone, the pictures can be instantly uploaded and shared with people from all over the world in two minutes flat. This latest mode of techno-geek chic is called M-blogging (Mblog). The worldwide sale of camera phones is rising faster than digital cameras, the ideal numbers could easily beat and double within two years. In record time, the self-generated content from camera phones can be defined as the fastest way to share photos and stories with friends while on the go. This also means that anyone with a detectable camera phone is on Big Brother.

    I hear question marks in your speech bubble. Well, simply said, the idea of Big Brother is about watching a bunch of people who knew they are being watched and they behave in tailored attitudes and personas. Comparatively, when you send an MMS to the Internet through your camera phone, you basically publish your pictures for the world to see. Camera phones are perfect little buggers for people to create content within an innovative environment. What can be easier when US based, blogger mobile, a pivotal provider for such convenience of online publication supports uploaded content to be hosted on their site for free.

    Ultimately the question I ask, can you get away with any type of content in Singapore? You know those saucy materials that we were shy to speak of but eagerly looked forward to find, or materials that are visually explicit to young children. Perhaps, you can remember the days when such condemned materials were sieved out by our government body. If so, will Mblog be a new unfiltered way of online publication right from your fingertips? Or could it be just my nativity to understand the magnitude of what Mblog can expand into? The reality is: the Internet is a space where freedom of speech is practiced. Amid the advent of wireless technology, many Telco providers have jumped in to offer up this potential to you. In London, providers are teaming up with MTV to generate star quality content where the hopes of revenue can be sourced from the old school of wireless branding.

    Singapore was the first (and only) nation to adopt mobile blogging as a national event during National Day in 2004. As proud as our nation, there is only one M-blog host (proudly powered by Singtel) www.mblog.com.sg in Singapore at the moment. To date, the local contender has also hosted several MBlog events to gather eager Singaporeans for activities, such as, The Hungry Ghost Tours in August 2005 and this proud succession has been tagged with huge group followers. Perhaps, in a twisted perspective of opinion, someone will organise Mblog groups such as ‘Voyeurism united’, ‘Exhibitionist galore’ or branding experts may even endorse a M-bloggers with another T-shirt deal.

  3. Blogger reyna240carly | August 24, 2005 1:27 PM |  

    damn good blog, check out mine http://juicyfruiter.blogspot.com, comments always welcome!

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