PPS/Project Petaling Street goes Web 2.0

Do you know that PPS/Project Petaling Street has embraced Web 2.0 and may introduce some interesting new features soon?

PPS/Project Petaling Street goes Web 2.0

Yes, PPS/Project Petaling Street, the oldest and possibly the ugliest looking blog-ping aggregator in Malaysia has a new owner (Mohd Elfie Niesham Bin Juferi) and its new boss has some big Web 2.0 dreams. For starters, PPS/Project Petaling Street is now on Twitter and has posted a screenshot of what it would look like in the near future. It sure looks promising (looks better too) but it’s too early to say anything right now. Let us wait and see. ;)


If there’s anything that I want the new PPS/Project Petaling Street owner to know, it would be this. PPS/Project Petaling Street has always been and will always be under the watchful eyes of Malaysian authorities (Police, SB etc). Just like what has happened to MalaysiaKini, idiots such as those Malay-and-Islam haters are also using PPS/Project Petaling Street as some kind of a launching pad to help them launch cheap ‘attacks’. If PPS/Project Petaling Street continues to ‘entertain’ such blogs/bloggers, please do not be surprised if somebody comes knocking on the door. ;)
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