The number of homeschooled kids and home based workers at the Camp is remarkable. We jest that Seletarians are bad for the economy, our preference is to spend time at home rather than in shopping malls. And who can blame us – the traffic situation in Singapore has become tough. In fact, even online tools that can tell you how traffic is are slow, as Jiin Joo recants.
We also like to find new homes for things we no longer need. The current edition of Seletar Chronicle (which is also the swansong for the print version) carries 21 items that Marianne is giving away before she moves to the US. Simple ways to keep our carbon footprint low. So Singapore Exchange’s entry into the carbon trading scene is one we view with mixed feelings. Shouldn’t we be focusing more on refrain?