Saturday, October 08, 2011

Pop Clips » 08 October 11

Now THAT's an earring!

Graziella Affinita has joined forces with DJ Vadim and Pugs Atomz *the Electric* - the North Londoner is familiar to the UK audience, having been a contestant on the X-factor, where her performance impressed Simon!

Jordan: Prince Hassan Joins Twitter!

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Jordan's Prince Hassan has joined Twitter, much to the delight of many Jordanian tweeps. Ali Alhasani takes a closer look at their reactions.

As the world mourns the passing of Apple's Steve Jobs, Brazilian cartoonist Carlos Latuff illustrates another side of the entrepreneur. The same does Rodrigo Savazoni, on the blog Trezentos, saying [pt] that Jobs was the number one enemy of collaboration... TOP SECRETS: Dying Jobs left plans for 4 YEARS of new products...

It's that wonderful time of year again - Autumn marks the beginning of an intense season for bloggers in the northern latitudes: the shorter, colder days keep us inside, spending much more time on our computers, laptops and smartphones! Each October I've been pleased to particpate in Blog Action Day. If you are a blogger, I hope you will too!

For 2011, Blog Action Day, October 16th, coincides with World Food Day, so ther topic of discussion for this year will be food.

Take the first step now and sign-up your blog to Blog Action Day and then look at our suggested topics for some food flavoured inspiration to discuss.

To take part in Blog Action Day all you need to do is register your blog and then on October 16, 2011 post your blog about food with the #BAD11 tag.

Blogging goes Mainstream ::: Svetlana Gladkova reports that the first Public Blogging School has opened... in Russia!

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