If you don’t know yet the government is pondering restructuring the Health Care System which means that you potentially have to give up 10% of your salary for what they think is system that is
responsive and provides choice of quality health care, ensuring universal coverage for health care needs of population based on solidarity and equity
Sounds like a load of rubbish to me! So 10% of your salary later and you don’t like it, you’ll have to pay more to see another doctor or get better medicine. Sounds like a pretty shit deal isn’t it!
If you want to read more about it, check THIS out & If you want to find out more real info, you should probably join THIS group on facebook
Now you can listen to the Barclays Premier League coverage live on the radio! When i say you can listen to the coverage, i mean you can hear the coverage! Its like watching the game without the visuals of course! So now i dont need to be in from of the tv or pc to follow the coverage but listen to the commentary over the radio!
You can log on to BFM to check out the coverage and follow the games over your radio now! Alternatively you can listen to the coverage over the internet
A good heat map of countries where bloggers are active in providing the masses the info(which mainstream tend to not talk about).There are strong signs of Malaysia as being a active nation for bloggers to speak their mind.For me at least it spells good news as those who are on the internet do have access to the real deal, hopefully some day the mainstream will be too!!
This world heatmap shows the kind of attention each country gets in the blogging community. For instance, more bloggers like to talk about events in a country that’s painted in red vis-a-vis some country or region painted in orange or yellow.
From blogging to traditional media – the following heatmaps of the world suggest how much each country of the world gets covered by popular mainstream media outlets like The New York Times and The Economist.
Gilles Bruno and Nicolas Kayser Bril started this project to illustrate how selective are newspapers in their coverage of world news. They now plan to update these maps daily to put more pressure on newspapers into covering more diverse and international news.