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Latest Blog Posts for The Book of Shadow

  • Itchiness and Economic Irrationalism...
    on Aug 4, 2011
    ...is what happens in Year Seven.The former is a cheap excuse, but the later, for Israelites in Old Testament times, a year of redemption (so the enslaved would go free and debtors would have their debts cancelled) and rest and celebration to rememb...
  • Jewel Coffee and the Gem of Micah
    on Jul 12, 2011 in *Micah All Given For Food: Coffee
    Jewel Coffee at One Shenton Way - another artisan coffee joint but one stuffed with coffee toys for its single origin beans. At the brew bar - Hario V60, Hario Siphon, Chemex; for the espresso crowd - a manual La Marzocco Strada...and an Uber Boiler.
  • Sirens of the Zeitgeist
    on Jul 3, 2011 in Travels: Singapore Worldviews
    From Part 1.Bryant Simon's thesis is that the developed world is more susceptible to the seduction of buying because the pullback of community, the state, and other binding agents allowed brands like Starbucks to sell more goods by claiming the vacuu...
  • Everything But The Progress
    on Jun 23, 2011 in Travels: Singapore Worldviews
    While planning to take some wow-Singapore-is-Monocle's-15th-most-liveable-city out-of-towners around Singapore during the Great Singapore Sale (see Foreign Policy Design Group-curated Great Singapore Stores), was amused to notice how closely Singapor...
  • Angry Birds at Youth CampSome days you think the sky is falling...and it's raining Angry Birds tchotchke. At least one stall in every pasar malam and mall a gaudy display of soft toys, electric fans, bags, files, pens bearing the images of the rotund birds in primary colours...
  • God's Sovereignty, Man's Responsibility, Free Will and Durians
    on Jun 4, 2011 in Questions
    "Our Mate"The morning after being grilled along with some mystery meat at a Korean BBQ, was still considerably in awe of God."If God knows everything that will happen, why didn't he just make everyone obey him?"That's exactly what we would do if we w...
  • Saturday In Design Singapore x Olympus Trip 35
    on May 25, 2011
    A happy afternoon perusing wares at Saturday In Design Singapore, the first of what's slated to be an annual trade event for the design community. Quite a bit of the exhibits were not new, but it was fun to see them all at one shot, observe tropes an...
  • I Shall Wear the Bottom of My Trousers Rolled
    on May 15, 2011 in All Given For Food: Coffee
    Fun times at The Steeping Room, a pop-up shop with a lifespan of only 3 months, from the same folk who brought us Papa Palheta and Loysel's Toy. Reminiscent of Square Mile Coffee Roasters' Penny University. Fantastic initiative and, to use politico-s...
  • May Day! May Day
    on May 11, 2011 in *Micah Travels: Malaysia
    The destination for this year's May Day pilgrimage was Pulau Besar in Johor, another boat ride from Mersing jetty.We made full use of the 2-3 hour long queues at Malaysian immigration (they were testing out their new biometric thumbprint scanning sys...
  • Thoughts for Cooling-Off Day
    on May 5, 2011 in Politics
    How lovely if the crowd that had filled the Serangoon Stadium to capacity had streamed out, not from a Workers' Party rally, but from one of Billy Graham's; if the clusters of people in fiery debates under trees and in the void decks of HDB flats wer...
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