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· May, 2005

Stories about Blogger Profiles from May, 2005

Glutter: Awaiting A Democratic Hong Kong

27 May 2005

For the next few weeks, we’ll be offering profiles of bloggers nominated for the Reporters Sans Frontières weblog awards. This profile is part of the series. Please visit the RSF voting page and vote for your favorite blogs. – Your friendly editors. Glutter is arguably the most vocal voice from...

Juan Varela: Covering Journalism 3.0 in Spain

25 May 2005

For the next few weeks, we’ll be offering profiles of bloggers nominated for the Reporters Sans Frontières weblog awards. This profile is part of the series. Please visit the RSF voting page and vote for your favorite blogs. – Your friendly editors Spanish journalist and media consultant, Juan Varela, is...

Blogger Profile – Jeff Ooi

20 May 2005

Thinking Allowed, Thinking Aloud. Meeting Jeff Ooi is very much different than reading his blog. You would not expect this quiet, dimunitive person to blog with such ferocity, that he has become the undisputed icon of Malaysian blogosphere. Yet, underneath the seemingly harmless and friendly persona, lies a seasoned cyber-activist...

OJR article about Bahraini Blogs

18 May 2005

Bahrain's bloggers are helping to bring international media attention to their country. Last week there was a long Wall Street Journal article. Now Mark Glaser of the Online Journalism Review has a long article all about the Bahraini blogosphere: Online forums, bloggers become vital media outlets in Bahrain The small...

Serdal: Arabic Pioneer Blogger from UAE

16 May 2005

For the next few weeks, we'll be offering profiles of bloggers nominated for the Reporters Sans Frontières weblog awards. This profile is part of the series. Please visit the RSF voting page and vote for your favorite blogs. – Your friendly editors Abdullah Al-Muhairi is one of the pioneer Arab...

Global Voices on Radio Open Source

15 May 2005

Radio Open Source, a new public radio show hosted from Cambridge, Massachusetts by Chris Lydon, devoted its second pilot show on Friday entirely to Global Voices. The show featured conversations on the phone with bloggers Hossein Derakhshan (Hoder), Ndesanjo Macha, Dina Mehta, Steve McDermott, and Global Voices co-founder Ethan Zuckerman,...

Call for Nominations: World Summit Awards USA Competition

2 May 2005

Hi everyone, I'd like to announce the official opening of the World Summit Awards USA competition. An official event of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), the World Summit Awards will take place in more than 150 countries around the globe. I'm serving as coordinator of the USA...

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