· June, 2005

Stories about Announcements from June, 2005

Global Voices, Global Dinners

  27 June 2005

While it's been great fun to virtually meet people around the world through their blogs, it's always more fun to meet people in person. Especially when food is involved. So we're starting a series of “Global Voices Blogger Dinners”, to be held whenever those of us working on Global Voices...

New Features on the Global Voices site

  16 June 2005

You may have noticed that we've made a few small changes to the Global Voices side – we hope they help you use the site more effectively (and, in one case, we hope that they'll encourage you to help us out as well.) There's now a search box on the...

Bloggers of the world: help us find you

  12 June 2005

We've been hearing from some bloggers who feel that our Daily Global Blog Roundups have been missing things. There's an easy way to help us improve: Please help us write the daily roundups. When you come across blog posts you think we ought to include in the daily roundup, please...

Translations, and a new, shorter URL

9 June 2005

The Global Voices Manifesto – a statement of our basic principles and beliefs, authored collaboratively by many of the people who joined us at the first Global Voices conference in December 2004 – is now available online in ten languages: Arabic, German, English, Spanish, Finnish, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Swahili,...

Calling all Bloggers: Get Skyped!!

  8 June 2005

Get your actual voice heard by a global audience. Introduce your blog and tell the world what it's like to be a blogger in your country. If you don't already have Skype, please get it. If you're interested in being interviewed for a Global Voices Skypecast, please let us know...

Tsunami 6 months on: Blog it!!

  8 June 2005

It has come to Global Voices’ attention that a number of mainstream media outlets are going to be doing some special reporting looking at the Tsunami and its legacy 6 months on. Given what a big role the blogosphere played in the tsunami coverage, it would be great to see...