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· March, 2005

Stories about Blogger Profiles from March, 2005

30 March 2005

Sokwanele Blog in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is preparing for parliamentary elections tomorrow. The outcome is hardly in doubt. Most observers expect Robert Mugabe's ruling Zanu-PF party to win in a landslide, garnering at least 75%...

29 March 2005

Blogger Profile: “Owukori”, aka Sokari Ekine

It's easy to get the impression, reading most popular weblogs, that all bloggers are white American males obsessed with technology. If that's your impression of the blogosphere, you're reading the...

28 March 2005

Bloggers in Malaysia Warn of Earthquake

A violent tremor was felt in parts of Malaysia, and bloggers, experienced in early detection of crisis when blogging about the Asian Tsunami disaster, came out with warnings. Those who...

26 March 2005

Hoder drives huge traffic to Iranian presidential candidate's blog

Hossein Derakhshan (Hoder) says “Mostafa Moeen, the reformist candidate for the next president, has written his second post on his blog, which means he is taking it seriously.” Unfortunately when...

The Malaysian Blogosphere: chat with Mack Zulkifli and Jeff Ooi

(photo courtesy Jeff Ooi) Malaysian bloggers Jeff Ooi and Mack Zulkifli have been blogging up a storm lately about attempts by vested political and business interests in Subang Jaya, who...

25 March 2005

Introducing Peter Tan

In the intro to his blog, The Digital Awakening, Peter Tan writes: I am a Roman Catholic Malaysian Chinese, born and bred in Penang, late-thirties, suffered spinal cord injury at...

21 March 2005

The China situation: Q&A with Isaac Mao

Chinese blogger Isaac Mao has been watching the latest crackdown on internet bulletin boards and website registration with great concern. I e-mailed him some questions which he was kind enough...

14 March 2005

Video Blog: Baramati Bus Stop

This weekend I completed a short Web documentary on my visit to a mobile computing lab in Baramati, India last week. The video, called Baramati Bus Stop, is about six...

8 March 2005

Dina Mehta on the Indian blogscene

Dina Mehta, a brilliant Indian anthropologist and blogger, just published an article on the emergence of the Indian blogosphere for online magazine Nirantar. Referencing Malcolm Gladwell's new book, “The Tipping...

3 March 2005

Plagarism is the sincerest form of flattery – Controversy in the Kenyan blogosphere

Ory Okolloh, the Kenyan Pundit and Global Voices ally, is keeping her eyes on an interesting situation in the Kenyan blogosphere – the plagarism of a prominent Kenyan blogger by...

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