Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak led the Barisan Nasional charge online in Malaysia’s first “social media election”. From the statistics, our prime minister appears immensely popular on social media. But do these statistics co-relate with the actual popularity or likeability of the Prime Minister? What is the true story behind these statistics?
MP Watch on MPs’ blogsBy Deborah Loh and Koh Lay Chin
MPs who wrote about the MP Watch: Eye on Parliament project on their blogs or websites: http://votecharles.wordpress.com/2010/03/07/mp-watch-charles-santiago/ http://syedhamidalbar.net/nutgraph.htm anwaribrahimblog.com/…/anwar-ibrahim-permatang-pauh-eye-on-parliament http://en.liewchintong.com/?p=633 http://ipohbaratvoice.blogspot.com/2010/02/ipoh-barat-member-of-parliament-mp-m.html http://www.nurulizzah.com/site/2010/03/10/mp-watch-eye-on-parliament-yb-nurul-izzah/ http://limlipeng.blogspot.com/2010/03/mp-watch-eye-on-parliament.html http://chongeng.org/wordpress/?p=810 http://kotarajadailye.blogspot.com/2010/04/do-you-think-malaysia-should-be-secular.html http://zul4kulim.blogspot.com/2010/03/nutgraph-mp-watch.html http://drdzul.wordpress.com/2010/04/05/do-you-think-malaysia-should-be-a-secular-or-an-islamic-state-why/
Ruumz for more?By Cindy Tham
Screenshot of The Nut Graph‘s status update option in Facebook FOR many internet users, there’s a daily ritual that has to be attended to. Every morning, if these internet users are in Malaysia, they probably log on to Friendster, MySpace or Facebook. They update their status, basically whinging or declaring aloud a profound or whimsical […]
Thailand blocks 2,300 websites
BANGKOK, 6 Jan 2009: Thai authorities have blocked 2,300 websites for allegedly insulting monarchy and are waiting for court approval to take action on another 400 websites. Information and Communication Minister Ranongruk Suwanchawee was quoted by the Thailand News Agency (TNA) as saying this today. Apart from the 2,300 websites, Ranongruk said her ministry is […]