Good news everyone! Apple just launched iTunes Music and Movies store in Singapore. Yeap, you can now buy music and movies from Apple iTunes Store using your Singapore iTunes account and pay using Singapore currency.
Each song cost S$1.28 and the entire album cost S$9.98.
A movie cost starting from S$14.98. Rental option is available for some movies starting at S$4.98.
Happy shopping! PS: Apple also launched the iTunes Music and Movies store in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.
Just heard that McDonalds is charging 30 cents for extra McNuggets sauce. According to their Facebook page, this is a trial to look into ways to prevent wastage.
The trial is currently taking place at all McDonalds in the North Zone. Those in the East, West and City area are spared, for now. If you have any feedback, suggestions or complaints about this trial, McDonalds welcomes you to email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m just surprised that McDonalds Singapore don’t know that they shouldn’t mess around with Singaporeans’ McNuggets sauce. There is something about the sauce that Singaporeans are passionate about. Remember few months ago when McDonalds run out of curry sauce? We almost have a protest at Hong Lim park. (OK, I’m kidding)
I’m pretty sure a lot of Singaporeans will be unhappy about this trial.
To me, I don’t really care. I don’t use so much McNuggets sauce. In fact, sometimes I like my McNuggets without any sauce. (yes, I’m weird) I just had a 9 piece McNuggets Meal just now for dinner. The aunty gave me 2 packet of curry sauce but I only use 1 packet. Damn! I should keep the extra sauce and sell it in the North. Haha.
The Pink Dot is happening this Saturday, 30 June 2012 6pm, at Hong Lim Park. This is the first time Pink Dot is happening in the evening. Pink Dot is a non profit movement started by a group of individuals who care deeply about the place that LGBT Singaporeans call home. Last year, over 10,000 Singaporeans and permanent residents turned up at Pink Dot, making it the largest gathering to take place at Hong Lim Park Speaker’s Corner.
Expect something slightly different this time. Instead of forming the pink dot during day time, the organizers decided to use pink torches, light sticks and mobile phones to form the pink dot at night. On top of that, there will be performances by local celebrities like Kumar, Jack & Rai, Pam Oei, Ivan Heng & the va-va-voom La Cage aux Folles, King Kong Jane, Tang Quartet and Starlight Alchemy. Pink Dot Concert 2012 Venue: Hong Lim Park Date: 30 June 2012 (Saturday) Timing:
Activities commence at 6.00pm
Concert begins at 6.30pm
Dot is formed at 7.30pm, or when it is sufficiently dark
Let’s hope that some day they will not be judged by their sexual orientation, but by the content of their character.
In case you didn’t notice, Facebook just changed everyone’s email address on the profile page to the @facebook.com email address. It no longer shows your personal email address that you previously entered on Facebook.
Oh Facebook, Facebook…… What have you done again this time? I know you want to promote your @facebook.com email address. I know you want people to use the Facebook messaging rather than their personal email. But changing the email address on our profile page without notifying us is really uncool. Even if you want to make this auto opt-in, the basic courtesy is to at least inform us about the change.
I’m changing the email address on my profile page back to my personal email address.
If you prefer your Facebook profile to show your personal email address instead of the @facebook.com email address, go to your profile page and click on the Edit button on the Contact Info section. Set the @facebook.com email address to “Hidden From Timeline” and set the email address that you want to disply as “Shown on Timeline”.
Remember that time when you made a mistake on your Facebook comment? You have to delete the comment and repost the edited comments. Well, Facebook just rolled out a new comment editing feature. From now on, if you made a mistake in your comment, simply click the edit button on the right and make the neccessary changes.
You can edit the comments as many times as you like. All edited comments will be indicated next to the timestamp. You can also click on it to see the edit history.
This editing feature only works for comments, including comments you post on a Facebook Page. But you still can’t edit a status update. If you made an error on your Status Update, you will have to delete it and repost.
This new feature is good to have. I like the fact that there is a Edit History so that you can see the changes. But I’m surprised that the person who wrote the posting won’t get notified when someone editing their comment on the posting. To me, editing a comment is like reposting. I can completely change my comments if I like. There should be some kind of notification to the post owner. And also, the Edit History did not state which version of the comment did people click the Like button. What if someone Liked the original comment but not the edited one?
Oh well, maybe I’m just thinking too much.