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    Protesters have no right to force their opinions on others

    News, Bangkok Post, Published on 25/12/2013

    » Anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban's instruction to supporters to stop their blockade of the election candidacy registration process deserves recognition.


    Save the navy from itself

    News, Published on 25/12/2013

    » The Royal Thai Navy has taken a wrong turn with its lawsuit alleging two journalists from a Phuket website harmed its reputation.


    Postbag: At a turning point

    News, Published on 25/12/2013

    » Having attended many large protests over the past few weeks, it is quite clear those protesting against the government do not want the vote, they want democratic reform and democracy.


    Myforecasts and how they fared in the end

    Life, James Hein, Published on 25/12/2013

    » It's that time of year again where we look back and review what the past 12 months brought us _ and check how well I did with my predictions from this time last year. While I forecast that the Galaxy S4 would do well against the iPhone, I didn't expect Apple to fall as far as it did this past year, compared to other firms, in terms of overall market position and sales. The 5S was indeed a catch-up for Apple and had no wow factors at all, causing some users to move away from the Apple line. The 5C was a sales failure and the iPad mini didn't do very well at all against the less expensive equivalents. As expected, Apple is still actively involved in litigation and trying to secure as many ridiculous patents for itself as possible instead of focusing on true innovation.


    Out with the outdated Thai regime

    Voranai Vanijaka, Published on 25/12/2013

    » A friend of mine who is a businessman was asked why he was not out in the streets protesting. Is he not against corruption? But of course, he’s against corruption. In fact, he hates it so much that he has filed a lawsuit against a certain government ministry over unethical practices.

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