Project Petaling Street
celebrates its second anniversary today. I have been pinging PPS for about a year now. Now why does that sound a bit geeky? Geekiness aside, it's my favourite destination whenever i feel like browsing people's blogs. Kudos to Aizuddin
for providing Malaysian bloggers a platform where we're free to do what we do best, which is basically be Malaysians lah
. It's fun to know what fellow Malaysians are doing on the other side of the planet, and closer to home...what the fellow rakyat
feels on a certain issue. A variety of topics and discussions can be found on PPS every single day. I've come across some gems along the way as well. Not some, but a LOT actually. Just shows that Malaysia Boleh.
Whether it's the Government trying to nail a certain blogger, the midnight antics of a KL-ite or even a trip to the Pasar Malam, it's all jumbled up rojak
-style into the PPS. I think the PPS has come a long way since it was first set-up. There seem to be a lot more pings nowadays as compared to when i first started pinging a year ago, which shows just how BIG blogging is for our generation. With tonight's birthday bash and coverage by the Star's In-Tech, i bet PPS pings will skyrocket to the moon. PPS, are you ready for the mainstream?
i hope everyone has a great time tonight. i'm just looking forward to the tees...hehe. oh yeah, if u didn't notice...it's Haiku Week at Mind Blowing. so what better way to wish PPS than with a home-made Haiku:
PPS is two.
Small, but meaningful milestone.
Happy birthday, friend.
Wahh, two already?
Cepat gile dah tua.
May the pings be with you.Okay, so the last line was six syllable, but who's noticing? :p
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