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· October, 2007

Stories about Ideas from October, 2007

19 October 2007

Egypt: My Different Feelings Towards Blogging

You consciously decide to blog about your life and go into personal details. Then you realise that all your relatives and friends have been reading your blog. Now that you...

Trinidad & Tobago: Political Blame

Barbados: New TV Licenses?

Bahamas: Facing the Issues

Iran:Paris Marashi writes about Pop!Tech

18 October 2007

Arabeyes: After Facebook, Comes Hatebook

After Facebook, come the Hatebook. Following is what two bloggers, from Tunisia and Oman, have to say about the new sites - Hatebook.com and Hatebook.org.

Jamaica: Art & Emancipation

17 October 2007

Japan: Bloggers respond to kidnapping in Iran

Earlier last week, the first report was made that a Japanese male was kidnapped and in captivity in Iran. Later it was revealed that the abductee is a Japanese university...

Slovenia: “S'LOVELY”

Trinidad & Tobago, Suriname: A Different Perspective

Jamaica: Giving Up

Haiti: Quelling the Floods

Cuba: Press Freedom Index Ranking

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