Sunday, November 30, 2008

Around The Blogosphere 30 November 08

Pakistan: Blame Game On Mumbai Terror - The Blogosphere Speaks leads off today's round-up of posts from blogs worldwide... India, Pakistan simmer over Mumbai attacks via daryllorette... 'I was told to kill to my last breath' via — The only terrorist captured alive after the Mumbai massacre has given police the first full account of the extraordinary events that led to it. First pictures from inside...

Looks like we have a deal: Hillary Clinton gets Secretary of State nod on Monday...

fayans offers 10 Tips for a Blog Design Makeover

Liz Funk has a new blog and she's looking for feedback: Check out her post entitled "Is It Cool or Self-Indulgent When People Publish Their Novels-in-Progress?"

Nicole Wong and her colleagues decide what the world can see on YouTube. Are they also determining the limits of free speech? - via The New York Times: Google’s Gatekeepers

Dugg Up this: Fully one quarter of employees who use the Internet visit porn sites during the workday, according to October figures from Nielsen Online; that's up from 23 percent a year ago. And hits are highest during office hours than at any other time of day, reports M. J. McMahon, publisher of AVN Online magazine, which tracks the adult video industry.DetailS…

Hope y'all enjoyed Thanksgiving 2008! Signe reminds us Christmas is Next!

Mathilde Bagatelles posted a tweet: du nouveau du côté des cadeaux de naissance :

Top 10 Greatest Anti-Heroes

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