Thursday, November 05, 2009

Around The Blogosphere 5 November 09

Killer::: Photo of Nidal Malik Hasan!

What happens when an author challenges a reviewer's take on his book? You'll find out in this weekend's NYT!
Via GV:::Desertification is silently but rapidly spreading around the world and Latin America is not escaping its devastating effects. While deserts are natural formations, desertification is a process of degradation of lands affected by climate change and human destruction. :::more:::

Sinisa Boljanovic, a GV author and Lingua Serbian editor, became one of the winners of Round 1 of TH!NK2: CLIMATE CHANGE blogging contest; here's Sinisa's winning entry: Black Point of the Danube Basin
Why is life so interesting that it must be tweeted? BCos!

Facebook To Increase Enforcement Of Anti-Scam Rules - Facebook published a long blog post about their enforcement efforts around app advertising and offer scams.

The Cheat Sheet: 50 Cent does Nightline, Lupe Fiasco with Meth & Red, Beyonce at EMAs and more…

Live from her BlackBerry::: Bai-Ling goes Warholloweenic... Mildly NSFW, definitely NSFS!

How to Change the Root Password on Your iPhone ... What next? Surgery via iPhone...

Mobile Phones for Teaching and Learning Science

BarCamp Loxa 09 is scheduled for the end of November in Loja, Ecuador [es]. The event will culminate a series technology-related events at the Technical University in the city, which will include the Latin American Creative Commons gathering and iSummit Loxa 09.

Save our trees!

Monica has posted puppy pix!
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