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To be or not to be… It’s been about 2 weeks since the library officially closed to the public, and today’s the last day that the bookdrops will be in operation (yes, sadly no more dropping off
Jillian: Olivia has sent us another guest post, this time on a programme she attended in November. Right now, the programme zone is filled with boxes, cartons, cabinets, and all sorts of barang-barangs, all waiting to go to their new homes
In this post, we’re inviting all NLB staff, friends, members of public, random netizens to leave a farewell comment/gripe/wish/song dedication. *Thanks Karen for dedicating Manhattan Skyline by the Kings of Convenience to us in the previous post!
Another day, another destiny… - From One Day More, Le Miserable So it’s not the eve of a revolution, but the eve of an ending and a new beginning (inspired by The Smashing Pumpkins!). And in this
Olivia’s one of our citizen bloggers but she doesn’t have a blog, so she’ll be guest blogging here! Enough of boring ‘ol me, this is what Olivia sent us: 6 November 2007 Changes I have been
A couple of days ago, we received an email from Imran Ajmain, founder of the local hiphop collective: the Beats Society. He had heard about our closure from Time Out magazine and was reflecting about his experiences
Wanna leave us some birthday greetings? Leave a comment on this post.
“Happy birthday to you… you were born in the zoo… with the monkeys and elephants… and the chimpanzees tooooo…” Hehe, that’s the classic birthday song to sing… … … if you’re FIVE. Since we’re much older and wiser
Maybe not thaaat unique, as bestsellers exist bcos lots of people read the same thing (and sometimes over and over again!). Anyway, this is not about bestseller-bashing, but more about what people like to read. Some folks who left comments
Bcos my secret ambition is to be a PI, I decided to investigate what was being said in the blogs and forums. Here’s what I found… Most people who blogged (or posted in forums) about us will