Monday, May 17, 2010

Around The Blogosphere 17 May 2010

Facebook Privacy Glitch Exposes Your Cheesy Movie Quotes - It's been a pretty rough few weeks for Facebook, at least from a PR standpoint. There's been the barrage of complaints over the site's privacy changes...

Awaiting Auntie Zeituni Onyango’s fate; Update: America’s most famous deportation fugitive wins legal status - It ain't over 'til the alien wins.

Wanna-Be Boycotters, Read Your State’s Laws First - It’s one thing if a blogger rants and raves about something without having read the thing they’re complaining about. It’s quite another if ...

J.L. Orihuela in Blog eCuaderno has published quite a handy list of resources for anyone wishing to follow 2010 World Cup Soccer in South Africa online. Videos, blogs, twitter, mass media and aggregators make the list a must-have for soccer fans. (Must know Spanish!)

Book Review: Sections of an Orange by Anton Nimblett - * * *By Heather D. Russell, * *Florida International University* Reading Anton Nimblett’s collection of short stories, *Sections of an Orange * (2009) ...

WIG OWNERS > WIG BRUSHERS: GOAT Rap Stats… - Jay-Z is the greatest Wig Owner in the history of rap music... Beyonce is known to fancy wigs, as well!

Trending HIGH tonight on Google: Rimah Fakih in her bikini! ... and ... for reasons unknown, trending HIGH tonight on this humble weblog, The Hoveround Song!?!
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