Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Around The Blogosphere 05 December 07

Blog of the Day: raizeseantenas

Liz Benjamin: Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama played nice at an NPR debate in Des Moines, during which the former first lady rejected the idea of a Clinton dynasty.

Indonesia Matters has compiled a list of top Indonesian blogs based on their rankings across a range of search engines.

Amaldo: As if I wasn’t watching enough TV, along came Dexter. Watching Monday night television is a complicated mission to accomplish.

Miss Info mourns the passing of a Rapper: RIP PIMP C

The Times (UK) reports Grooverider, a Radio 1 DJ, is facing the possibility of a four-year prison term in Dubai after police arrested him for allegedly carrying cannabis and pornographic DVDs into the country. Although Grooverider is known primarily as a DJ and presenter, he is also a recording artist under his artist name and the “Codename John” moniker. He also runs one of the most prestigious drum-and-bass imprints: Prototype Recordings.

From Ambiome: Si j’avais le pouvoir d’achat…

CK from Jewlicious shares scenes of Hanukkah festivities in this photo feature... IsRealli brings us a special Hanukkah recipe in this vlog... Radio Shalom, Canada's only all Jewish radio station, is on the air with a fascinating menu that includes reports from Israel, Jewish culture and music. The station is CJRS 1650 on the AM dial from Montreal, broadcasting in English, French and other languages. At this time of year, with many hours of darkness, AM signals sometimes skip hundreds of miles, and CJRS has been audible in the New York area at times during the day and at night.

“This year, the celebration of Hanukkah coincides with a slow-motion genocide the legions of Zionism are carrying out against nearly 1.5 million helpless human beings in the Gaza Strip,” notes Palestinian blogger Khaled Amayreh.

Musicians can sell their songs on the social networking site MySpace, reports the New York Times. Web searches for nudity are ruled "fair use." A federal appeals court says Google can display tiny photos in search results, even when the images are copyrighted. The Los Angeles Times reports. The case was brought by Perfect 10.com, says Associated Press.
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3 comments:

  1. Great links, rest in Peace Pimp C.

    Humanity F Critic

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  2. Oh, my favorite section :)

    Very interesting info dear Dave... Sad to know about Pimp :(

    Big hug for you

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  3. Dear Dave:

    Thank you very much for your highlight about Raízes e Antenas!!

    A big hug from Portugal...

    António Pires

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