Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Around The Blogosphere 11 April 2012

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Here in North America, we take electricity for granted. While the internet is inundated with blogs, tweets and videos from other countries, Malian internet users remain silent. The capital, Bamako, is still affected by serious power cuts as the fuel required for power stations runs out. Under these circumstances, the priority is not sending messages, but finding information about the new leaders of the north.

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Grandpa hacker 'The Raptor' claims credit for Al Qaeda website takedown...

Think outside the box to improve your link marketing
Clear your mind if you're experiencing a creative block for your next link marketing campaign, suggests Justilien Gaspard. Get off the computer and get inspired by what other marketers may be doing in completely different spaces in the real world. Update tried-and-true marketing strategies for modern campaigns. Borrow ideas from unrelated industries and combine them creatively to start building links that lift your brand above the

A few hours after the announcement on Facebook acquisition (see next paragraph) of famous mobile application Instagram, Iranian users lost access to their older photos on the service. Mehrdad, Based in Tehran, says [Fa]: ‘I can not load any image older than a couple of days without anti-filter tools'.
Facebook will pay $1 billion for Instagram
Facebook agreed to acquire 18-month-old photo-sharing service Instagram for $1 billion in cash and stock. Instagram, which has attracted 30 million registered users since launching in October 2010, has a dozen employees and no revenue. The Wall Street Journal

Topics of Interest in the Caribbean Blogosphere

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The Caribbean blogosphere has been talking about an array of different issues over the last week or so. Here's a look at some of them…

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