Yet, in spite of companies having dozens, even hundreds of very bright product planning, marketing and engineering people on staff, many camera dogs are produced. It’s just the way of the world. “Nobody knows anything……”
Michael Reichmann gives a good account of the recent camera releases and also some contemplation on why some cameras that don’t make sense are still being produced.
"If you’ve been religiously following the news in Singapore’s hawker food scene, probably the most shocking news in recent weeks was that young graduate hawker Tan Jun Yuan, who runs a bak kut teh stall in a Toa Payoh coffeeshop, threw in his Good Morning towel just five months into the trade.”
Talking about one of my other interests, food, is how rising rental costs are basically killing the soul of our food heritage, where hawkers have to resort to using centralised kitchens in order to manage costs - effectively turning it into a mass-market production line kitchen. I don’t have to explain what’s wrong with that image when we’re talking about food with character here but Daniel Goh makes a great post about it.