Sunday, December 27, 2009

Around The Blogosphere 27 December 09

Here's an interesting Sunday-read for you: A Blogger and a Trailblazer? on The Quad Blog ( By PETE THAMEL. Check it out!

In honor of the one-year anniversary of Israel's attacks on Gaza in December 2008, a number of activists have planned a targeted “tweet for Gaza” campaign on Twitter. The campaign, widely promoted by Twitter user nmoawad, is meant to draw attention to the current siege on Gaza, and is being implemented today, December 27, between 3pm and 7pm GMT, in an effort to make #Gaza a Twitter trending topic.

Twitter users across the globe are unifying for the cause, and although “re-tweets” are popular, a great number of people are using Twitter to share their own personal thoughts about Gaza, one year after the attacks which left 1,417 Palestinians and 13 Israelis dead.

Felices Fiestas - La navidad ha pasado y he disfrutado cada segundo de su celebración, desde los preparativos de la cena hasta el intercambio de abrazos.

The Best iPhone Apps Of 2009 (Appvee Edition) - *This guest post was written by Erik Fikkert, Lead Reviewer, AppVee.

Are Apple Stock Price Gains the Reason for Recent Tablet Rumors? - Scathes of blogs connected the rumored event with the rumored tablet -- that the two must intertwine.

China Internet Tip: Are you blocked behind the Great-Firewall in China? Cannot reach Facebook, YouTube, or Twitter? Try using Freedur VPN.

A new exclusive social networking site for mums in Bangladesh has been launched.
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