Best Blogger? You Got To Be Kidding!

April 10, 2007 Blog 14 comments

Apparently, I was (faint) according to the cool folks at the Digital Movement. They apparently liked my 5 parter on Nexus 2007 so much that they have given me a free T-shirt for Best Coverage Award. Wow!

Party T-Shirt

Thanks for the cool accolade folks. I really appreciate it and I think that you guys are doing a swell job too. Keep it up! The future is bright for Singapore 2.0!

For those who missed it, you can still catch all 5 episodes archived below:
Episode 1: What Nexus 2007 is all about
Episode 2: Web 2.0 in a Nutshell
Episode 3: We, the Citizen Journalists of Singapore
Episode 4: The Future of the Web – An Egalitarian Paradise?
Episode 5: Technopreneurial Tales

And oh yes, it has been great meeting some of the folks behind the Digital Movement at the recent Nexus 2007 thank you party. They include Melvin Yuan, Bernard Leong, Su Yuen, Steve Ng, Wee Kiat, Chern Jie, Renzhi, Peter, Ridzuan, and Kai Sheng. You guys rock!


By Walter
Founder of Cooler Insights, I am a geek marketer with almost 24 years of senior management experience in marketing, public relations and strategic planning. Since becoming an entrepreneur 5 years ago, my team and I have helped 58 companies and over 2,200 trainees in digital marketing, focusing on content, social media and brand storytelling.


  1. Hey Walter! Thanks for the very nice post! You seriously deserve the award for the great comprehensive coverage, hope you like the T-shirt. Haha omg.. I can’t believe you put up a pic of our horrible impromptu emceeing (is that right before the start of Ming Yeow’s 15 second speech?). See ya soon!

  2. Pleasure to meet you too. I hope to catch up soon with you again, and of course your award is definitely well-deserved. 🙂

    Take care & best regards.

  3. su yuen, I think ming yeow and you are real gems in our current tertiary education system. Do keep the energy and enthusiasm levels high and I am sure you guys will be something great in future. That I can see. 😉

  4. bernard, it was a pleasure meeting you certainly. You strike me as a very different kind of academic from the ones I used to know in my varsity days. Keep up the good work!

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