Friday, February 11, 2011

Around The Blogosphere 11 February 2011

Egypt exploded with joy, tears, and relief after President Hosni Mubarak resigned as president. Crowds in Cairo, the Mediterranean city of Alexandria and other cities around the country danced, chanted "goodbye, goodbye," and raised their hands in prayer in an ecstatic pandemonium as fireworks and car horns sounded after Vice President Omar Suleiman made the announcement on national TV just after nightfall.

The video blog made and shared on Facebook by Asmaa Mahfouz, where she asked Egyptians to join her on January 25th to protest and ask for human rights went viral, and is being called “The Vlog that Helped Spark the Revolution”, according to Iyad El-Baghdadi.

The AOLington Post: Yet Another Liberal Media Dream Deferred.

Fashion Model Gong Rumin Nude Photos Circulate Online - Hundreds of nude photos taken of Chinese fashion model Gong Rumin taken back when she was still a student have leaked online...

60 years for Ingmar Guandique, Chandra Levy's killer...

Opal Tometi meets women from the Niger Delta at the World Social Forum in Dakar, Senegal: “I hope to be able to post more videos from their presentation online, but in the meantime I will share the following video clip that I shot with the Emem Okon the Executive Director of an Kebetkache Women Resource & Development Center.” ... Priority Africa Network blog has more... also check out the World Social Forum website.

On the blog ¿Qué Sé Yo, Argentina? Allie Lazar shares pictures of street art in San Telmo, Buenos Aires.

After numerous reports and rumors floating around the internet, Beyoncé has confirmed she’ll be headlining this year’s Glastonbury Festival alongside Coldplay & U2. This year’s event will take place from June 22-26 at Worthy Farm, Pilton in South West England with Beyonce performing a 90-minute set on the final night at the Pyramid Stage. B’ becomes the first female artist ever to headline the annual U.K. festival which is expected to draw 200,000 people this year. ((More))

Hey B! Howzabout a Professional Quality microphone for your Smartphone?
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