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Monday, January 18, 2010

Around The Blogosphere 18 January 10


Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (2010) Living The Dream…
Martin Luther King re social networking via technology
  Inevitable: Coakley wraps herself in MLK cape

Dream the Impossible Dream: The Jets Live on!
Family Research Council has announced that they will host the 5th annual Blogs for Life, a conference for pro-life bloggers and online social media activists. Blogs for Life will take place on Jan. 22, which is also the day of the 27th annual March for Life in Washington D.C. Tens of thousands of pro-life supporters are expected to take part in the march protesting abortion. -

Unzippedblog tweets that the Armenian prime minister, Tigran Sargsyan, has set up his own blog [AM].

 Sharpe's Opinion reacts sarcastically to the news of the first arrest in the United Kingdom over a Twitter joke:  “Round of applause of the police there. Keeping us safe from those dangerous terrorists who go round advertising their intentions on public social networking websites.”

Troubled businessman-politician Joe Bruno may have trouble replenishing his ca$hbox...

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