Today’s Blog Feature is from the blog Looking For Words, titled “The newspaper’s the problem, not the blogs”.

Here’s an excerpt:

I  just had a look at a Straits Times weekend article after reading about it now on The Online Citizen(Moderating the internet – let’s hold the horses). Of course, bloggers should exercise restraint for their own good. How many want trouble at work or school or with the authorities for that matter?

But the problem is not so much with the blogs I read as with the Straits Times itself. It’s the Singapore newspaper’s rah-rah cheerleading that induces netizens to say that’s not all there is to the story.

Visit Looking For Words for the full article.


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