Wow, first time I see the term "browned" in the press.
And thank you Razlan. You are too kind. Grandfather of all local blogs, Limpeh Ah Kong, hahaha.
Razlan Manjaji (www.razlan.name) tells the ST Digital Life reporter (emphasis mine):
"All it takes is one or two of the more popular bloggers to start talking about a certain issue and it will spread to many blogs — whether it's a serious issue or even just something silly."
He called the blog run by Mr Lee Kin Mun (www.mrbrown.com) "the grandfather of all local blogs" and said that when he expresses an opinion, it is quickly replicated on many other blogs.
Mr Lee, 35, who gives his take on life in Singapore in his blog, has one of thw most widely-read local blogs.
The influence of top bloggers is demonstrated most clearly when they link another blog, and the number of hits the linked blog received increases dramatically. The term "browned" was even coined to refer to blogs that were mentioned on mrbrown.com.
Although, aiyah, why must say "top bloggers"? Don't lah, shy lah. Bloggers got grades one meh? Oh, wait. Got.
The National Interschool Blogging Championship by the Ministry of Education. That one you can become A*star blogger. Heheh.