Sunday, October 31, 2010

Around the Blogosphere on Halloween 31 October 10

Happy Halloween 2010! Have a safe, spooky night, and don't come back without a huge bag of candy!

Cactus Jack aka Mick Foley blogs in support of Linda McMahon for public office!

Wendy Cheng aka XiaXue ::: Disney Princesses - On my trip to Anaheim, California I filmed a video with *THE Michelle Phan!! * *deng deng deng* She's the 17th (last time I checked) most subscribed youtube...

Lina, who blogs at Live From Gaza gives us a view of the brooding autumnal sky from her window.

Egyptian blogger Fatma Emam searches for self on the first day of the 3rd African feminist forum.

Lifehacker ::: This Week's Top Downloads [Download Roundup]

the twitterer ::: From twitter, with love... - Could a social networking microblog system be used as a tool to foster world peace?

Adgitizer ::: Is it wise to ADGITIZE?

AOL's TechCrunch ::: PayPal Beats Google Checkout To The Local Payments Market But Will It Work? (TCTV) - In conjunction with the company's developer conference, PayPal announced a slew of news and product releases this week

The Young Georgians examines the history of Halloween, and not least in Georgia where controversy often results in religious groups objecting to young people holding their own events. This year is no exception with Orthodox Christians planning to stage protests while several events in clubs and public gatherings are scheduled for those who want to enjoy the Halloween festivities.
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  1. Hi Dave, many thanks for the mention, it's very much appreciated ;)

  2. I agree with your Blog and I will be back to check it more in the future so please keep up your work.


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