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The Brunei Times

Interesting article in The Brunei Times today regarding the Blogging phenomenon. Apparently there are over 500 Bruneian bloggers so far in Blogdom. It sure feels more than that. Anyway, here's to blogging and may "big brother" never see the need to censor or worse still prosecute us "responsible" bloggers.


  1. Link from BT is already broken. 500? you mean from ?

  2. Thanks very fast for pointing out the broken link. I've fixed it. The number of blogs was from technorati listing of all blogs containing the word "brunei".

  3. hahaha Thanks for the link! linking u back! :) oh i got me self more lamb over the weekend.. this time no leg. haha boneless and netted!! yippee.

  4. Pynk said...

    oh i got me self more lamb over the weekend.. this time no leg. haha boneless and netted!! yippee.

    Aiiiii aiiiii aiiiiii AAAIIIIII banci ku ehhhhh! Boneless lamb leg disini MAHAL KALI AHHHHH!!!!


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