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WordPress and Open Source CMS on Sabah Government Websites 2012

Another annual assessment of Malaysian federal and state government websites by MSC Malaysia has passed. Compared to last year with just 5 websites, open source CMSes — mainly Joomla, Drupal and WordPress –- are utilized by a whopping 14 sites in the Top 20-ranked Sabah ministries/departments/agencies. And, as you can …

B2.0 Borneo Bloggers + New Media Dialogue

Sabah bloggers got a different treat this year for the annual gathering, unlike the previous three years. It was more grand and complicated than before, (being that I only realized a couple of days before it happened) that this event, glamorously called B2.0, was going to be held over a …

Sabah Bloggers Gathering 2009 is near!

Oh em gee, Sabah Bloggers Gathering is barely a week away! What makes this year’s gathering special is that it’s held on Hallow’s Eve, and you bet everyone’s gonna get crazy with their costumes! Speaking of costumes, the theme is suppose to be anything really freaky looking, but I’m not …

2008 Malaysian & Sabah elections: my mini thoughts

I am far from being a political person, but who in this country can ignore the heat of the upcoming election? I especially am looking forward to the official candidacy list which will be released this weekend. I’ve heard a lot of gossip surrounding potential Sabah candidates under the National …

Selamat Hari Merdeka

A half-century ago on this day, Malaya was finally free from British rulership. The states of Sabah (North Borneo), Sarawak (West Borneo) and Singapore officially joined six years and 16 days later to form the initial Malaysia, therefore escaping the fate of colonization from the English as Malaya had. A …