Monday, August 04, 2008

Around The Blogosphere 04 August 08

Blogger of the week: Hanako Tokita
[Fr] takes a moment to ponder... and wonder... "...The key is to remember who we are, when one is, how it is… I always managed, with a peak of frustration, but I continued and some time, time that it takes to write, read and hear each other, let life take its course..."

Geoffrey Philp's blogging endeavour is in limbo: It Could Happen to You: Blogger Deletion. Support Geoffrey!

Rosie O'Donnell is taking a break from blogging

Two different perspectives on the "Rock The Bells" concert: Dallas Penn in BABY GOT BACK… writes "Okay, so I couldn’t get inside of the ‘Rock The Bells’ concert..." and Miss Info blogs Rock The Bells: Nas and Jay-Z “Black Republicans” (3 angles, lol) "...three versions of the same moment, from different positions, lol….if me, Mikey, and Swift (from were shooting a movie together..." PLUS Backstage at Rock the Bells, Jones Beach, NYC target="_blank"
Michelle Malkin writes about Tyson Foods in Tennessee: Replacing Labor Day with Eid al-Fitr : "Judging from my e-mail, a lot of folks are hopping mad about this weekend’s story from the Shelbyville, Tennessee Times-Gazette..." while Kamangir, an Iranian blogger, reports that a girl is denied entry to the UK despite the fact that she needs urgent care to save her eye. Read an open letter to Jeffrey Adams, the British Ambassador to Tehran.

TVGuideNewsBlog: Lisa Bonet has gotten a gig on ABC's Life on Mars.

Gorilla For Sale: AOL! TechCrunch reports that although it wants $10 billion for just the advertising and content business, there are only two serious potential buyers: Yahoo and Microsoft. And Time Warner is not making any friends at Yahoo by interfering with the selection of one of its new board members.

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