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· September, 2005

Stories about Citizen Media from September, 2005

28 September 2005

Blogging in the Cambodian Language

NIDA, National Information Communications Technology Development Authority, is the government agency that oversees the country's telecommunication policy.  The Cambodian Government's ICT Policy encourages the development and deployment of Open Source...

27 September 2005

Pakistan: Blog-o-rama

Without a helmet, riding a Vespa scooter at 45km an hour, I headed out on the internet highway last night, swerving my way through heavy traffic (risking life and limb)...

26 September 2005

Pakistan: Blogs react to Musharraf's comments

Pakistan: Blogs react to Musharraf's comments

24 September 2005

Kenyan Blogosphere Roundup

- First things first. The Kenyan Blogs WebRing recently celebrated it's first birthday and crossed the 100 member threshold. Congratulations are in order. Here are some snippets of the amazing...

23 September 2005

Globalization & Democracy: The Helsinki Conference 2005

The Helsinki Conference 2005: From Words to Action I recently attended the Helsinki Conference 2005 in Helsinki, Finland (Sept. 7-9). The conference was a follow-up to the Helsinki Process on...

20 September 2005

Nigerian Suya!

A mala is seen here seated in front of his Suya Stand Suya (pronounced Su-hu-ya) That's the name of a piece of meat roasted on an open heat basin, with...

19 September 2005

Indian bloggers on film, books, blogging, and real life.

Apu of A Wind-up Bird Chronicle reflects on early feminist writing from the subcontinent. In the fiftieth year of Nabokov's Lolita, here's Hurree Babu of Kitabkhana imagining an aging Humbert...

Guide for bloggers and cyberdissidents

Reporters Without Borders will release a “Guide for bloggers and cyberdissidents” on the 22nd of September. It will be available on the RWB's website in five languages (English, French, Persian,...

18 September 2005

Images from India: A no-show rock show

Images from India: A no-show rock show

Book Review: Interview with Roy Moxham

Book Review: Interview with Roy Moxham

14 September 2005

Pakistan: Blogspeak

Pakistan: Blogspeak

Inside The Japanese Blogosphere

David Jacobson at Japan Media Review has prepared an excellent summary about how Japanese bloggers covered the country's recent parliamentary elections on September 11. As part of the post, Jacobson...

8 September 2005

Ghana Anti-Poverty Event: “Africa Stands Tall”

Over 300,000 people packed into Ghana’s Independence Square in Accra on Saturday 3 September 2005 for the marathon 15 hour Africa Standing Tall Against Poverty Concert featuring Africa’s leading musicians,...

7 September 2005

South Asia: Responding to Hurricane Katrina

South Asia: Responding to Hurricane Katrina

5 September 2005

Katrina Help Lines from the KatrinaHelp.info team

Katrina Help Lines from the KatrinaHelp.info team

From the South Asian Blogworld

From the South Asian Blogworld

4 September 2005

South Asian blog roundup

The main buzz of many South Asian blogs were about the Hurricane Katrina that caused extensive and severe damage in much of the southeastern United States. Bangladesh: - British journalist...

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