SG BlogHub Management

the SG BlogHub Management would like to apologise for the inactivity of the past few weeks due to busy schedule of the management team.

all submitted bloglinks have been updated and can be found in the list.

the research department has agreed to find a way to organise the bloglinks and have started work on the research.

we have an advertisement campaign for 'The Hawt Blog' so watch out for it.

the management team would like to thank all members for their continued support!

SG BlogHub Management

more bloglinks have been added!

have fun bloghopping!

SG BlogHub Management

http://wongjolene.com

the above-mentioned member has been taken out from SG BlogHub due to the following reasons
1. blog is a blogshop...sg bloghub does not endorse blogshops
2. blog is not a SG blog...sg bloghub endorses singaporean blogs exclusively

the management would like to thank the members of SG BlogHub who have reported this.

SG BlogHub: Blogspy

todae BlogSpy is SPYING on

Fauzi Rassull: Singapore's Only Male Bitch

in his latest blogpost, he blogs on bloggers and blogtraffic...
the blog is updated frequently and there are pics galore too!


The BlogSpy Team

SG BlogHub: Blogspy

one of our BlogHub members, Mirror, had put up a post on the responsibilities of blogging...do visit his blog!

http://eienunmei.blogspot.com/

SG BlogHub News Centre

SMRT adds 700 extra train trips a week, costing it S$5m annually
By Asha Popatlal, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 20 May 2008 2229 hrs


SINGAPORE: SMRT is increasing the number of train trips by at least 700 a week to cut commuters' waiting time and provide them with a more comfortable ride.

A common complaint by MRT passengers is that it gets very crowded at peak periods and on many occasions, commuters are not able to get on the train.

In February, 83 more train trips per week had been added. Now, SMRT is introducing even more trips.

More than 50 per cent of these will be during weekday lunch times (noon-2pm), when waiting time will be halved to just three-and-a-half minutes, SMRT said.

Improvements are also expected for those who go home later after work and those who go out on Friday evenings.

Vincent Tan, Vice President, Rail Operations, SMRT Trains, said: "We have added train trips where possible so that the average trainload is not more than 1,200 passengers.

"The added services will also mean that the trains will arrive within five minutes or less if the passenger loads are within 1,000 and 1,200 passengers."

SMRT said they are already operating at the best intervals of two minutes at the peak within peak and cannot improve this any further, for now.

However, a few commuters were concerned that fares would go up with the increased trips.

In a month's time, SMRT plans to increase frequency on weekends, for those travelling to and from town and the suburban areas.

SMRT promises that there will be a train arriving every five minutes when trains are packed.

The additional train trips have been rolled out at the most congested stations during lunchtime - between the Ang Mo Kio and Marina Bay stations on the North-South line, and the Outram Park and Aljunied stations on the East-West line.

The additional train trips are expected to cost SMRT an additional S$5 million yearly. - CNA/vm

Source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stori...348992/1/.html

SG BlogHub Management

just to clarify a few issues with SG Bloghub usage.

SG Bloghub, for the moment, would not be accepting applications for blogshops or their equivalents as we do not wish to be held responsible for any bad sprees or con/scams. This is the direction set by our board of directors for the moment, and this policy might change in the longrun...

another issue is regarding the location of the blogs. as this is SG BlogHub, the management team would like to say that only SG blogs would be added in the bloghub. however, as with the previous policy, this might change in the longrun too...

last but not least,
please allow 3 working days for your bloglink application to be processed.


we would like to thank all users of SG BlogHub for their support!

SG BlogHub: Blogspy

Blogspy helps to promote the blogs registered under SG BlogHub at the request of the blog owners.

For this blogspy, SG BlogHub would like to promote a sci-fi short story blog, which already has an amount of content in it.

http://hofaiscifai.blogspot.com/

the stories are interesting and full of sci-fi technology but would not require the reader to have an immense understanding of physics.

the blog is updated frequently so do visit when you need to read some sci-fi action!


you can get blogspy to promote your blog too!
just put a tag in the tagboard with your request!

and if you're not already a member of SG BlogHub, you can register your blog with the form above!

SG BlogHub News Centre

-news excerpt copied from www.sgcardgames.com-

SINGTEL-DISTRIBUTOR OF APPLE IPHONES?

SAN FRANCISCO, California (AP) -- Apple Inc. said Monday its online stores in the U.S. and UK are sold out of the iPhone, a sign supplies are being winnowed ahead of the launch of the device's next generation featuring faster Internet surfing speeds.

The Cupertino-based company confirmed that the iPhone is out of stock online, but added that brick-and-mortar stores run by Apple and iPhone carriers including AT&T Inc. might still have units available.

Apple spokeswoman Natalie Kerris declined to comment on reasons for the shortage and on Apple's plans for an update to the device, which is widely expected to be unveiled in June at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.

The paucity of iPhones for sale in some markets comes as Apple is hustling to meet its goal of selling 10 million of the hybrid iPod-cell phone-Internet surfing gadgets by the end of 2008. So far, Apple has sold 5.4 million iPhones, according to the latest data as of the end of March

One way Apple is expanding the iPhone's reach is by inking deals with wireless carriers around the world, even breaking with its pattern of requiring exclusivity to sell in a certain country.

On Monday, four mobile providers in the Asia-Pacific region announced partnerships with Apple to bring the iPhone to their regions later this year.

SingTel will sell the gadget in Singapore
, Bharti Airtel Ltd. in India, Globe Telecom Inc. in the Philippines and Optus in Australia, the companies said in a brief joint statement, without giving details.

SingTel owns Optus and holds a 30.5 percent stake in Bharti and 44.5 percent in Globe.

SingTel has about 2.3 million mobile subscribers in Singapore and around 7 million in Australia, according to data as of December 31, 2007. Bharti currently has about 64 million subscribers, while Globe reported a 21.3 million mobile subscriber base for the quarter ended March 31.

Last week, the top mobile phone operator in Latin America, America Movil SAB, also announced plans to deliver the iPhone to its region. America Movil has 159.2 million subscribers in 16 countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico.

In recent weeks Apple has also signed deals with Rogers Communications Inc. to sell the device in Canada; Milan-based Telecom Italia SpA to sell the iPhone in Italy; and Vodafone Group PLC, the world's biggest mobile company by sales, to sell it in a total of 10 countries, including Australia, India, Italy and Turkey.

Until the spate of the latest deals, Apple adhered to its policy of exclusivity with one carrier in each country.

The exclusive deals for the iPhone were with AT&T Inc. in the United States, O2 in Britain, T-Mobile in Germany and France Telecom's Orange wireless arm in France.

Industry observers say some people may be holding off on buying an iPhone until the much-rumored next-generation of the device is launched, and the phone is officially rolled out in more countries.

It takes some technical gymnastics, but it's still possible to get the phone in some markets where Apple doesn't have arrangements with wireless carriers.

Many of the phones sold so far have been bought legitimately in one country, modified to work on any cellular network, and resold in countries where Apple doesn't have agreements to sell the iPhone. The trend expands the iPhone's reach but deprives Apple of some of the subscriber fees that Apple splits with its carrier partners.

Apple is also planning a software update for this summer that makes the iPhone work better with corporate e-mail, a necessary upgrade to help the iPhone compete with Research in Motion Ltd.'s BlackBerry and Palm Inc.'s Treo smart phones.

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