I update so infrequently that it’s hard to know what my blog is even about. (Also, I keep changing my mind about it.)
I don’t really have an archive of posts – you can filter by tags and categories on the side – but I’ll consider doing a proper one someday.
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My sticky post with direct links to recent writings and projects, for the lazy!
This is the place to find shorter thoughts I’ve written up and my mini-projects. But I also use it for sharing and reblogs. Happy navigating!
I occasionally write here, but my main role at Open Brunei is as an editor and webmaster.
Other than my stand-alone posts, I have posts that come in series. You can check those out below:
As part of my MA in Digital Sociology, I did some research to find out perspectives of Brunei residents on government scholarships, particularly those that send students abroad for higher education.
It was not my MA dissertation, so the research was not extensive.
In 2012, the Legislative Council (Majlis Mesyuarat Negara) proceedings seemed to be live-updated on Twitter by one of our local newspapers.
Bruneians on Twitter responded accordingly, tweeting their hopes and disappointments. I noticed some themes emerging from these responses, and so I wrote these two posts addressing them:
I noticed that people used Twitter to complain… a lot. So I took 7 days of tweets hashtagged #brunei, categorised them into types of complaints, and wrote about it:
- Mini-Project: #brunei Complaints – so what do Bruneians complain about on Twitter? Did you really have to ask?
- #brunei complaints: notes and other fun thoughts – my notes regarding the various caveats of this mini-project, e.g. definitions of complaints, why #brunei, why Twitter
I totally meant to repeat the experiment with tweets over a longer period, but I never got around to it. In fact I still have a file containing all #brunei tweets for Oct 2011.
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