Thursday, February 25, 2010

Around The Blogosphere 25 February 10


Image adapted from Biarkan Roti Kacang Merah Dengan Labu Labi nya

Supporters rallied in Washington DC in support of jailed Egyptian blogger Kareem Amer. Kareem has been behind bars for three years. He is serving a four year sentence for insulting Islam and Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak.

Greek bloggers react to the financial crisis facing Greece. The socialist government elected last October is battling currency speculators while trying to avoid defaulting on the country's debt.

Gov-gov.ru blogs [RUS] about a new online initiative: government-sponsored blogger schools that emerge in Tomsk (Siberia) [RUS] and Dagestan [RUS].

Did the NY Times' Governor Paterson "bombshell" finally explode? The Times saved the best for last.

Rhode Island High School fulfills teen fantasy by firing every single teacher, all at once!!!

Will there be layooffs at Al Gore's CurrentTV???

Yarah Bravo aka Captain Love Bubble types she launched her new "GOOD GIRLS RARELY MAKE HISTORY" Live show! The first show was in Dresden / Germany...it was an intimate show... ...and it was PACKED!!

Got a passion for state comptrollers? Want to mix it up with the likes of Curtis Sliwa? NY1 is looking for you.
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