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· February, 2006

Stories about Technology from February, 2006

Indonesia: Blog to You

Nigeria: Webmasters & webdesigners unite online

Lone Haiti-Based Haitian Blogger on Recent Haitian Elections

Yon Ayisyen, the sole Haiti-based Haitian blogger complains (FR) that he does not have an internet connection at home. But that has not stopped him from blogging regularly if not...

Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Caucasus: Swedish Blogs Covering the Region

Cambodia, Malaysia: Blogmeet

Malaysia, Singapore: Dangers of Technology

Nigeria: Nigeria Rocks

Hurricane Katrina: Rethinking Disaster Relief Response

Hurricane Katrina: Rethinking Disaster Relief Response

Indonesia: Terrorist Blogger

Found in Translation

One of the greatest challenges in curating the global online conversation is translation. To present ideas and reflections from one language and culture to another is no easy task and...

Singapore: Cheerleader Sex Tape

Hungary: Prime Minister's Blog

Arabic Blogs Dreams

The following is an abbreviated translation from some of the Arabic-language blogsphere. Some disappointment in blogging and Arab blogsphere is floating around. Here, Tarik Abu Ziad from Jordan writes; Running...

India: Barcamp in Delhi

Belarus: Microsoft's Russification Policy

All Quiet on The Chinese Front

The topic of Internet and press censorship in China continued to draw heated debate after the US congressional hearing on this issue last week. Rebecca MacKinnon wrote a comprehensive review...

Indonesia: Blog aggregators, President's new site and Prophet Muhammad Cartoon

GVO, Indonesia post about Indonesian Blog aggregators, Indonesian President's new site and Prophet Muhammad Cartoon

Kimchi-Based Anti-Bird-Flu Air-Conditioners

Bermuda: Mapping the island

Vietnam: Not Master of The Domain

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