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Monday, July 07, 2008

Around The Blogosphere 07 July 08



Or, maybe not --- is the "war" is over now? Wendy's latest entry "1,2,3... poof" notes that XiaXue has deleted all "Dawn-related entires." So there. End of story. Right?

Dallas Penn blogs in with Don’t H8: STARKEISHA BROWN… + Revenge Of The Nerds: The Afro Punk Festival…

Ambiome[Dot]Net - Radiohead - Nude (Scotch Mist Version) - Demain, je serai au Main Square Festival, où j’aurai l’immense bonheur de voir Radiohead en live. Rien que d’y penser, je suis déjà toute fébrile ^^ [...]

TechCrunch : Friendfeed v. Twitter: Half The Followers In Five Months - Twitter is still far larger than its much younger competitor Friendfeed in aggregate terms. But an interesting trend is developing...

A pair of excellent articles via Global Voices: Kurdistance: Where Have All the Bloggers Gone? revisits the beginnings of Kurdish blogosphere coverage on Global Voices and examines the whereabouts of the Kurdish voice on the internet, while in Western Sahara: A new Sahrawi satellite TV station, GV makes its first pass at the Sahrawi blogsphere, examining what Sahrawi bloggers are saying each week, in Arabic, English and Spanish.

Bettina Perroni: Génesis: Origen de mis pensamientos - Antes de partir... BP writes *HOLAAAA, YA NACííí!!!* Lo prometido es deuda, es de las primeras tortugas bebés nacidas este año en el campamento y de las primeras en ser liberadas

Red.CBGB at Bullog.cn has posted several of the images from Amnesty International's Beijing Olympics human rights campaign in a photo post, ‘Olympic project'. ‘It feels like a little too much,' writes one reader. ‘This is no exaggeration at all,' writes another, ‘but the truth is always hard for anyone to take.'

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