Julian Assange TV [watch a promo below] ::: the first of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's new 12-episode weekly TV interview show entitled "The World Tomorrow" (interesting choice of name) is scheduled for broadcast on Tuesday via Russia Today and online. If anything, the broadcast will likely be controversial!
M.I.A. has teamed with Assange to compose original music for the program. She sent this thru the twitterverse the other day: "julian assange borrowed my computer last week , im still FREAKING OUT !!!!!"
Isn't it annoying when you try to watch a video on BBC or YouTube, only to be greeted with the message 'this video is blocked in your country'? There's a fix for that: UnoDNS.RT will broadcast the show in English, Spanish and Arabic. The 40-year old Assange issued a statement: "My own work with WikiLeaks hasn't exactly made my life easier, but it has given us a platform to broadcast world-shifting ideas."
ft.com reports that The Times is the latest News Corp-owned newspaper to come under scrutiny for wrongdoing after it emerged on Friday that a former police blogger had filed a lawsuit against the title for hacking into his email account three years ago.
More "Around the Blogosphere" April 14, 2011 edition:
A California man got the surprise of his life when he looked up from the message he was texting to find a bear heading his way. [VIDEO] Good thing he looked up in time!
In the city of Omsk, a local activist group has arranged online primaries for opposition candidates, in order to nominate one for the city's June mayoral election. Popular Muscovite photoblogger Ilya Varlamov has emerged as the contest's front runner, but what impact could his candidacy have on regional politics...
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