Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Around The Blogosphere 29 September 2010

The RLabs team had the honour of being one of the finalists at the South African Blog Awards held at the One and Only Hotel in Cape Town.

Being Glenn Beck ::: The Fox host is the face of the Tea Party and the heir to Rush Limbaugh. But he sees himself as much more...

Amina Wadud ::: Is Islam Eco-Friendly? [snippet: "One of my favorite passages explains how Allah even notices the pattern a leaf makes when it falls to the ground. I am in awe of both the natural world itself and of the Qur’anic references to it. The Qur’an says this world is subject to us. We are stewards of the earth and must take care about how we use her resources."]

One of the most wonderfully creepiest blogs you'll ever see...

One of the most artistically original blogs you'll ever see...

More to see :: Pictures from Amman’s Street Art Fair

Check out Tricia Wang’s really super blog, Cultural Bytes, via Experientia‘s blogpost on Ethnography’s contribution to values in technology design and use.

Jane « Spider » Herships

Bedbugs Hit NYC Studios Of Howard Stern ::: Stern said on his Sirius XM Radio show that the building was treated over the weekend and was 100 percent bedbug free on Monday.

This Is How Beyoncé Crashes a Block Party ::: While visiting Jay-Z's mom, B heard some music in the street and came out to investigate... more »

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