Saturday, March 08, 2008

Around The Blogosphere 08 March 08

Music Video: Jero - Umiyuki

Jero's Official Website
http://www.jvcmusic.co.jp/jero/

The first ever American-born enka singer, Jero, has become the talk of the Japanese blogosphere the past weeks as he made his debut with the single “Umiyuki (Ocean Snow)”. The single came in fourth on the Oricon music chart, setting a record in the enka as well as Top 10 charts for a debut enka single. Jero, born as Jerome White Jr. in Pittsburgh, developed his passion for enka as he grew up listening to the music with his Japanese grandmother... more from Global Voices

Alexander Trevi posted photographs of the subterreanean farms of Tokyo ...

The same week I published a post in Spanish, Rebellious Arab Girl posted Palestinian Sayings - أمثال فلسطينية My first ever Arabic post!! I got this off facebook from a friend of mine! أمثال فلسطينية

I think as bloggers we need to communicate in new ways: that means learning to use other languages to get our points across. I'm so glad to be a blogger!

Speaking of posts in Spanish, here are two from Bettina: Salvaje... Praia Tataruga Podría caminar largas horas sin rumbo alguno, contar las huellas que me alejan en la ...¿Que es el Arte? Parque Nacional Tijuca- BrasilHe leído muchas definiciones tratando de acercarme a una idea que conceptualice...

In French we have GEN-SI Interview PROJECTEUR 93 "AUTANT VOUS PRÉVENIR TOUT DE SUITE, L’ALBUM EMERGENSI DE GEN-SI N’EST PAS UN BANAL... et Planetargonautes la colline a des yeux... et la maison parle toute seule... il est temps de partir un peu en congés.... de retour le mardi 11

Three excelelnt posts from Black Looks: Rescue Kenya , “E” for Excellent and Raising Yousuf amongst the bombs - a Palestinian women’s story

Kris Brower has been successful using Netflix's Watch Instantly feature in Ubuntu via Virtualbox.

Michelle Malkin: Report: “Al Gore’s convenient IPO”

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