Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Around The Blogosphere 24 August 10

Hurricane Andrew: 18 Years Later - When Hurricane Andrew struck South Florida on August 24, 1992, my family was unprepared for the disaster.

Cold Wind and Rain - The cold wind and rain arrived on Cape Cod this week, soon after we did and an old folk song with 'cold wind and rain' in the lyrics

Video: John Legend & The Roots at Miss Universe 2010 and Big Boi on Late Show with David Letterman - Leading up to their collaborative LP Wake Up! that drops on September 21, John Legend & The Roots took to the stage at the 2010 Miss Universe Pageant!

Uncommon Sense and Blog for Cuba report on the arrest of blogger Luis Felipe Rojas Rosabal.

Time Once Again to Play ‘Write the Headline for MSNBC’ - "Unwanted advances"

Sam Pratt has created a mobile app for Hudson blogs...

10 Best Web Design Articles at MMO Social Network - Today we are going to do our weekly MMO round up. This round up is all about web design articles that were submitted to MMO at one point.

Apple Looking To Slice Up Cable 99 Cents At A Time - The wheels are in motion. The rumors have persisted for a while now that a new Apple TV is approaching...

A site for Bloqosfer 2010 [AZ] to be held in Nabron, Azerbaijan, on 10-12 September has been launched at http://www.bloqosfer.com/2010. The hashtag #bloqosfer10 is used on Twitter.

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