Facebook recently reported that they discovered some bugs that impacted Page Insights impression and reach reporting. These issues impacted reporting only and not delivery. Ad Insights were not impacted by these bugs.
Facebook is fixing this bug and the Page analytics should be accurate by this weekend. After the fix, most Pages should see an increase in their total Reach. Facebook stressed that this is just a reporting issue, not delivery issue. For more information, check out the Facebook Studio article.
This might explain why almost all the Facebook Page admins I know complaint to me that their Reach has been dropping for the past few months. Most of us thought that it is due to the new Facebook EdgeRank algorithm. Maybe it’s just a reporting bug. Have you seen any improvement in your Page’s Reach after the bug fix?

GUINNESS Singapore created history on Thursday evening by achieving a Guinness World Record title for the “Longest Bar Slide” at the launch of its new GUINNESS Draught in a Bottle variant. Jeffrey Ng, 30-year old finance executive, slide the new 330ml GUINNESS Draught in a Bottle 14 meters and 10.4 centimetres down a specially constructed bar slide to establish the World Record.
10_Jeffrey Ng a finance exec aged 30 set  the Guinness World Record for the Longest Bar Slide_Image Credit to APB Singapore
The exclusive event was attended by over 350 guests at the House of Timbre. With 10 metres set as the minimum mark to achieve the new Guinness World Records title for the “Longest Bar Slide”, five GUINNESS fans were pit against each other in a round-robin format to clinch the title. Rallied by a supportive crowd and closely observed by an adjudicator from the Guinness World Records, Jeffrey overcame initial jitters to successfully set the record on his second attempt.
15_Richard Stenning from Guinness World Records inspects an attempt to set the Guinness World Record for the L
Jeffrey was one of five fans handpicked by GUINNESS who had submitted the most creative entries to a contest hosted on GUINNESS Facebook page which asked consumers to complete the sentence “Guinness is as smooth as…”.
18_Guests celebrate the launch of Guinness Draught in a Bottle_Image Credit to APB Singapore
GUINNESS Draught in a Bottle will retail for approximately $12 per bottle at clubs, restaurants and diner outlets all over Singapore, including areas such as Dempsey Hill, Holland Village, Clarke Quay and Mohamed Sultan Road.

Singapore will be getting a whole set of new design coins by middle this year. This is the third series of coins issued by Monetary Authority of Singapore. The current design was introduced in 1985.
The $1 coin will feature Merlion. Port of Singapore, Changi Airport, Public Housing and Esplanade are featured on the 50 cents, 20 cents, 10 cents and 5 cents coin respectively. All the coins will also feature the Lion-head motif. The back of the coins will continue to feature the Singapore Coat of Arms.
I don’t know about you, but I find them ugly. Oh well, it’s going to take a while before I get used to seeing them.
Coin operated machines and those supermarket push trolleys will need to be calibrated to accept both the new and the old coins.
One interesting thing to note. The new $1 coin will retain the octagonal frame design. Urban legends says that the octagon is designed to look like a Chinese Bagua.

I’ve been wondering for the longest time how would Google Glass interface look. Well, Google just released a new video to give us an insight of how it actually feel to be wearing the Google Glass.

According to the video description, all video footage are captured through Glass. Which is pretty good for a wearable device.
It seems like most of the info will be presented on the top right corner of your vision. Most of the controls seems to be through voice although I think I saw them swiping infront of the Google Glass to navigate. I might be wrong. Whatever it is, the video is amazing. Can’t wait to try out Google Glass. And I think Google Glass will work perfectly with Google Now.
The Google Glass will come in 5 colours: Charcoal, Tangerine, Shale, Cotton and Sky. It is not available on sale for public yet but Google is looking for Glass Explorer to help test the Glass. To apply, use Google+ or Twitter to tell Google what you would do if you had Glass with the hashtag #ifihadglass
Unfortunately, only those living in US may apply. Boo!!!

I don’t know how did the Harlem Shake videos go viral. It was interesting at the beginning. The first few spoof were fun. But after a while, it just get boring and lame.
It’s time to stop this Harlem Shake thing. If you friend is planning to make a Harlem Shake video, stop him. Friends don’t let friends make Harlem Shake videos.

If you see another Harlem Shake video, don’t repost it. Just let this Harlem Shake thing fade away.
Together we can stop this Harlem Shake madness.

There is a news article spreading around the internet saying that the Singapore Government is in talks with Walt Disney to build Disneyland at Marina East.
This is not true.
The article was published in 2006 by Lianhe Zaobao. That was before the 2 integrated resorts were announced. If I’m not mistaken, the plot of land that was intended for Disneyland is now Bay East Garden, part of Gardens By The Bay. I don’t think the Government is going to tear down a newly constructed Garden for Disneyland.
I don’t know who reposted this 7 year old news article. It seems like the first recent post is from ChannelNewsAsia Forum. Whatever it is, I just want to say that Disneyland is not coming to Marina East. I doubt there is any on going discussion between Singapore Government and Walt Disney.