[…] The mrbrown show is cracking me up again. I think mrbrown is Singapore’s comic genious. You just have to listen to the Ah Beng version of Apple iPhone 4S’s Siri which he has called Simi. What a hoot if this was an actual application. Share this:Share […]
FYI hor the ???? atas place is actually “ku-dé-ta” of Marina Sand SkyPark
Of course the view got standard lah but service damn poor man; if your seat have no view then you may as well goto some Chinese-run western food place and get the more better food and service at a sure-win bargain!
Throughout the whole podcast I was just laughing non-stop. It is really hilarious! Seriously though, if Apple manages to develop such a thing, Mr Brown you must remember to claim royalties from them. All the true-blue Singaporeans sure will buy the phone one!
Seriously, this is good(:
But it somehow reflects singaporean’s incapability to speak accurate English.
If SIMI is modified to have the joking part in it, but equipped with the requirement of good English, the standard of English in singapore would be raised(:
wonderful podcast, reminds me of Kirk and/or crew talking to the computer on the Enterprise all those years ago. not forgetting Scotty talking to the mouse…
‘cannot afford one… ‘ totally capture the feeling of most people wearing nametags at work.
[…] Our SIMI podcast makes it to Taiwan news, with Chinese subtitles! More than 200,000 views for this Chinese-subtitled version alone! And there is two other fan-made videos of the podcast, with more than 100,000 views each! […]
[…] 2011 has seen an amazing mobile penetration throughout the world and there is absolutely no sign of that slowing down in 2012. SoLoMo was also brought up during the recent BlackBerry DevCon Asia by Strategy Analyst of Global Wireless Practice, Thomas Kang. For those who do not know what the acronym means, SoLoMo is a short form for Social, Local and Mobile. With the growing importance of mobile, as well as high social media penetration, there will definitely be (if not already) more and more startups creating innovative solutions around mobile apps. SoLoMo is not a product in itself, but rather, it’s a way to access and interact with all the contents that are increasingly generated and curated by users. Even Apple is going SoLoMo this year, where it integrated Twitter into its iOS 5(So), going local(Lo) with its different versions of Siri (hopefully we have a Singapore version of Siri soon), and mobile. So if you are thinking of your startup business model, do consider integrating social elements into it like everyone else if you have not already do so, and optimize your startup so that its local content is easily viewed on mobile, or build a mobile app for it. […]
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