Saturday, September 22, 2007

Around The Blogosphere 22 September 07

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A LOT of material on Michelle Malkin's blog: check out Something brewing in Pyongyang, A lesson before dying and The Jena Six and racial narratives; Update: No bail for beating suspect. Moroccan Blogger (and Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at the University of California Riverside) Laila Lalami shares her opinion on the ongoing Jena 6 case in her post "Jena is America."

Prolific Moroccan blogger Larbi (fr) was recently honored as one of “100 who move Morocco” in TelQuel magazine, writes the blogger himself.

On September 13 the Socialist Party opened Blog of the Restoration (fr). has details:

Le 13 septembre le Parti Socialiste a ouvert le Blog de la Rénovation qui compte une demi-douzaine de billets avec des vidéos de responsables socialistes. Les réactions au débat ainsi ouvert sont maigres, pas un seul commentaire pour l'instant.

La discussion est un peu plus animée sur les Forums de la Rénovation, l'un sur le thème Les leviers de la croissance (190 contributions), l'autre sur le thème Comment refonder l'école républicaine. L'équipe de modération a tenu, hier, à rapeller quelques principes...

On the Texas suit against Virgin and Creative Commons

Israeli blogger Yael discovers a treasure on her way home.

DoubleLeaf blog on getting the hang of using a BlackBerry: 老 早就听说黑莓手机,上次在南京亲眼见到zola用,心痒痒的很。在下定了决心之后,终于花了320大洋,买了部黑莓7230.我是在淘宝上买的,选择的 店铺和杨远骋的是一家。事实上,我就是根据他买了黑莓7230,而且还没见抱怨,才在他推荐的那家店买的。有时候,博客的口碑是很重要的。




BoyGenius offers T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve 8320 Unboxing Part 2 / Giveaway

Whenever stock traders gossip, there's usually a lot of disinformation, and there's always an element of plausible deniability: both are the case here, with stories about a possible buyout of Sprint by British firm BT apparently circulating. read more... »

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