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· December, 2009

Stories about Blogger Profiles from December, 2009

21 December 2009

Angola: Interview with Feliciano Cangüe from the Hukalilile blog

Professor and engineer Feliciano Cangüe is the author of the blog Hukalilile (Don't cry for me, Angola), and the first of several Angolan bloggers who feature in a series of...

19 December 2009

Podcast: Interview with Sudanese Drima

Sudanese Drima is the pseudonym for Global Voices' Malaysia-based Sudanese author. In this ten-minute interview we discuss how social media is affecting Islam, the Darfur conflict, and issues of Afro-Arab...

17 December 2009

India: Indibloggies 2008 Winners

15 December 2009

Featured Author: Lina Ben Mhenni

Lina Ben Mhenni is a Tunisian blogger and has been writing about the Tunisian blogosphere for Global Voices. She is also an activist using the internet to raise awareness of...

9 December 2009

Featured Author: Jillian York

Jillian York describes herself as "a writer, activist, Internet censorship combatant, and blogger." She is based in Boston where she works at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society on...

Featured Author: Eman AbdElRahman

Egyptian Global Voices Online contributor Eman AbdElRahman, also known as Lasto Adri, is active in a project called Kolena Laila, which she presented at the Second Arab Bloggers Conference in...

7 December 2009

Featured Author: Mac-Jordan Holdbrookes-Degadjor

From his home in Accra, Ghana, Global Voices author Mac-Jordan Holdbrookes-Degadjor talks about his prolific blogging and tweeting activity and his many collaborations with online communities.

Azerbaijan: Culinary Blogging

Leyla's Room interviews Farida Sadikhova Buyuran, the blogger behind AZ Cookbook. Posting recipes, backgrounds and photographs of traditional Azeri cuisine, as well as other dishes, the interview details Farida's passion...

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