Took this photo while standing
infront behind the “Enjoy Wireless@sg here” logo.
What Wireless@sg? Where got?
Who would have thought that the backside of a duck can give you some words of wisdom?
Winner leads. Others follow.
Stay Original. Be Uniquely HiP
But wait. I thought Singapore Duck Tour wasn’t an original idea. It was already available in US before it came to Singapore. Oops. Hahaha….
Remember last time when I blog about Creative pushing advertisement at the bottom of your web browser when you are on Qmax Wireless@sg? Someone suggested that I take a snapshot of that advertisement on Apple website. Here you go.
Haha. It’s not everyday you get to see a company advertising on a competitor’s website.
I still get the weird feeling whenever I’m using Qmax wireless@sg. Don’t like their shameless way of inserting advertisement at the bottom of every webpage that we visit. True enough that this is a free WIFI network. But the other two wireless@sg service provider didn’t do that. Didn’t IDA pay them enough?
The same question still lingers in my head. Can website owners sue creative for forcing advertisement on their website?
Remember I mentioned that you can still access website like playboy and youporn that are blocked by MDA? Just key the URL without the “WWW”. Looks like MDA discovered the loophole and fixed it.
Tough luck guys.
But the thing is, why bother blocking them in the first place? There are tons of such sites online. How many can they block?