RIP Heavy D
Starting off with sad news from Miss Info...
They can't stop technology!
Martyn Williams of the North Korea Tech blog writes about the Nautilus Institute's new report on North Korea. According to the report, North Korea's mobile communications industry has grown so rapidly and widely that even the regime can no longer has absolute control over it:
The Nautilus Institute contends in a new report that North Korea is on the cusp of digital transformation thanks to the increasing importance of cell phones and computers in the country.The report, which is available online (PDF), is a comprehensive and well-researched history and study of the emerging digital communications business in North Korea and was written by Alexandre Y. Mansourov, a senior associate at the organization.
If it isn't one thing it's another! Two B-List Bloggers are suddenly posting about keywords, which really aren't going to matter much longer!
"Can You Relate to My Keyword Research Habits?"
"Creating Anchor Text Wisely and Effectively"
In "China: Japan's Imaginary Enemy" John Kennedy writes "Recent Japanese media reports portraying China as the enemy in a Japan-US naval exercise reportedly scheduled for this week have brought even more tension to territorial claims between the two Asian nations." [+LinK]
Nothing to do but watch TeeVee
At least that appears to be the case in Iran: Several bloggers shared their childhood memories where they watched Joe Frazier and Mohammad Ali's match. Mohsen Kordi says [fa] sometimes people were so excited about the matches that they did not go to work and watch TV.