Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Around The Blogosphere 3 November 09

Rihanna speaks to Glamour: “I went to sleep as Rihanna and woke up as Britney Spears…” (H/T Miss Info)

“Now For the very first time, Rihanna tells her story…”

New Music: Rihanna feat. Young Jeezy “Hard” (Dirty/CDQ)Once you've had your fill of Rihanna (easy to do) head on over and see what's news with Xiaxue! If you get bored with Wendy, click here to catch up with the ultimate geek.

Last week, for just about a New York minute, I entertained the idea of getting a puppy. Glad I didn't!

Continued from Part 1, ChinaSMACK presents more translated experiences of Chinese men with perverted girls posted on a popular KDS topic titled: “Everyone who has encountered the dirtiest/most perverted girls, what experiences have you had?

Today, Global Voices Advocacy launched a new website called Threatened Voices to help track suppression of free speech online. It features a world map and an interactive timeline that help visualize the story of threats and arrests against bloggers worldwide, and it is a central platform to gather information from the most dedicated organisations and activists.

The Beautiful Struggle… - TATO TORRES y Yuerba Buena performing at the release party for BOBBITO’s collabo with Pro-Keds.

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