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· November, 2007

Stories about Blogger Profiles from November, 2007

Taiwan: Any Blind Spot in Blogsphere?–Blogblind

An experimental website was born in Taiwan in Nov 20, 2007: ‘Blogblind‘ (It was closed in two days). The main concept is digging (as in Digg) blogs that people do...

Japan: Blog Queen takes a break

Gravure idol, talento and blog queen Wakatsuki Chinatsu announced today that she would be taking time off from blogging. The final entry posted today at her official blog attracted thousands...

D. R. of Congo: Interview with ‘Best Francophone Blogger’ Cédric Kalonji

It's always heartening to see a good blog make the leap from a niche audience to wider recognition. Global Voices interviews the Kinshasa-based author of this year's 'Best Blog in...

Bahrain: Ebtihal Salman Under the Spotlight

Bahrain-based blogger Bint Battuta profiles Bahraini blogger Ebtihal Salman in this post and translates some of her posts from Arabic.

Peru: Global Voices Translation Manager Interview

Global Voices Translation Manager Juan Arellano is interviewed by Mi Blog de Blogs [es] about his work.

Hong Kong and China: Blogger interviews

Sidekick from outblaze has put up two video clips on Tangos Chan and Jeremy Goldkorn's interviews.

Hong Kong and China: Interview with Isaac Mao

Sidekick posts a video in the outblaze blog. The video is an interview with Isaac Mao on the concept of Chinese blogger conference.

China: Beijing Blogger Conference

Memedia has a detailed round up on the Chinese Blogger Conference 2007 [zh].

Pakistan: All Martial and No Law

If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it is probably a martial law. President Musharraf can call it what he likes, Emergency or Amer-Jensee (as...

China: Blogger Conference: Nurturing “Grassroots” in a Tough Climate

Rebecca from Rconversation blogs about the Chinese Blogger Conference, especially on the panel on “Grassroots Media and Professional Media”. Hoiking from Hong Kong was suprised by the high expectation of...

Venezuela: Second Annual Blogstock

Venezuelan bloggers and other users of social networking software gathered in a remote location far from the capital for the 2nd annual Blogstock, not to hear lectures regarding the state...

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