In Singapore where citizens say there’s little hope for the layman to be heard (who owns the media corporations really?), Tomorrow.sg works like a spotlight that pierces into the murky depths of the World Wide Web, casting a life-enduring light on the rest of us who have a voice with something worth listening to. This adds credence to what I often preach to people when it comes to wanting to be heard in an attention-centric economy…
One should not fret with thoughts of one not being heard,
For one will be if one has a voice that is blogged.
For one’s blog may be found by the fortunes of Google,
And blessed by the likes of BoingBoing or Tomorrow.sg
One will find redemption from the love of others,
Witnessed through one’s blog being blogged by other blogs.
I can sense how Tomorrow.sg can truly be a catalyst for greater things to happen for Singapore. So whether infantile or smart-alecky, everyone should just blog, blog, blog. Don’t worry, blog and you will be heard…
UPDATE: Yes, we know AcidFlask’s blog recently got shafted by a Singapore government official, but at least he’s gotten incredible exposure on numerous blogs and news sites. In anything, the shafting was definitely heard…