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· May, 2006

Stories about Technology from May, 2006

China: Don't learn Chinese for business opps, learn it for this book

For unavoidable reasons known to all, or at least presumed, Lifeweek editor Wang Xiaofeng, one of China's most entertaining bloggers—known to many for a hoax [#026] pulled in March this...

South Africa: Space progress

Demystifying Tamil as a language and a person

What is Tamil? For some it's a language, for some it's a religion, for the uninitiated, wikipedia to the rescue. There is of course also the the Wikipedia in Tamil....

Latin America: Technorati, Edelman, But No Spanish?

Caribbean: What blogging is for

Sri Lanka: Activism and the Online Medium

Japan: Radio station webcast

Japan: Net user surveys

Kenya: innovations

Kikuyumoja’s realm searches for a hands free mobile phone holder for his car in Nairobi and comes up with an excellent innovative alternative to commerical products.

Africa: Alternative technologies

Be irrepressible! a campaign for global internet freedom

As more and more nations carve up the so-called global, borderless internet into separate spheres of control through filtering and censorship, often using technology supplied by large IT companies, Amnesty...

China: Jailed journalist campaign

Barbados: The risky business of political blogging

Bahamas: Ignoring the revolution

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

The Tunisian blogosphere has been buzzing as usual with a bunch of different topics, ranging from the serious to the light, and the following is a snapshot of some of...

India: Office 2007

Arabisc: Arabic Bloggers Ken

From Egypt… Malek who was scheduled to be free few days ago is now officially free. He just made his first post, titled: Free Morning. Malek writes: الحمدلله تم الافراج...

Philippines: Wickedly Sweet Filipino

Trinidad and Tobago: Government not promoting local technology

Barbados: Barbados Labour Party starts blog

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