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· March, 2006

Stories about Blogger Profiles from March, 2006

DRC: A Chat with Blogger Tony Katombe

29 March 2006

Anthony Mica Katombe (Tony for short) is a blogger from the DRC who’ll “turn 39 April 13”. He has a degree in English and African Cultural Studies Education from a Congolese University. He owns Le Blog du Congolais and co-edits Le Prince du Fleuve Congo, a group blog. On the...

China: Absent friends

24 March 2006

ESWN rounds up news from the Chinese blogosphere that has happened during a busy stretch, including the shutdown of the Aegean Sea Web site, the Chinese Angry Youth forum and the Chinese Election and Governance Web.

Fouad Al-Farhan: We Have to Move On

23 March 2006

If you have been following Global Voices for more than six months, then you probably have read the name of Fouad Al-Farhan in this space several times before this one. Actually, one of my posts here back in October 2005 featured a post by Al-Farhan, when he left a meeting...

Thailand: BlogconThai 2006

20 March 2006

BlogCon Thailand 2006, the first blogger meeting that discuss Weblogs, Online Information and Collaboration Thailand was successfully held on Sunday, 19 March 2006

Free Hao Wu!

20 March 2006

On March 22nd it will be one month since filmmaker and Global Voices Northeast Asia Editor Hao Wu was detained without charge. We appeal to the Chinese government for Hao Wu's immediate release! What happened to Hao? Hao Wu (Chinese name: 吴皓), a Chinese documentary filmmaker who lived in the...

Nigeria: blogging in Yoruba

15 March 2006

Adefunke on Adefunke blogs on the prospect of blogging in her mother tongue, Yoruba as she reads the first Yoruba blog, Omo Obokun, and of course there is Yoruba google also.

Nigeria: blog about blogging

14 March 2006

Ore's Notes blogs about blogging and points to a BBC site that provides an overview of blogging tools that are popular...”Blogging, wikis and podcasting have become popular ways to create an online presence and share ideas with a cyber audience”

Philippines: A New Voice

8 March 2006

On Feb. 27, in the wake of demonstrations calling for the overthrow Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, Filipino blogger Bong Austero wrote a post called an “Open Letter to Our Leaders” in which he expressed his frustration and anger at opposition leaders’ grab for power. “You know why?,” he wrote....

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