Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Around The Blogosphere 26 November 08

Blogger of the week: Katina!

Top 10 celebrities who play World of Warcraft via — Out of more than 11 million players worldwide, some of these people have got to be famous. So here, in no particular order, is a top ten list of Warcraft-playing celebrities.

The Most (and Least) Green Electronics Companies via — Greenpeace has released its annual Guide to Greener Electronics, which rates electronics manufacturers on their record of reducing the use of toxic materials, recycling and reducing their contributions to global warming. Here's a ranking of the companies, from greenest to least green:

via Voices Without Votes: Africa: Back to Reality after Obama's Election

Irie City - Jamaica Themed Global Social Networking Site To be "irie" is to be at total peace with your current state of being, the way you feel when you have no worries and a city is a center of population, commerce, and culture; a town of significant size and importance.

Casting Call: MTV Looking for Fashionistas! MTV NETWORKS CASTING CALL!Calling all Tastemakers, Trend Spotters, Artists, Sneaker Heads etc...

Umm Naief in Bahrain takes a dog named Henry to the Bahrain Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals annual Dog Walk - she shares her experience here.

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  1. smiles for you dave! thanks for dropping by dude! :)


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