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· July, 2009

Stories about Technology from July, 2009

Cuba: Political Prisoners

Russia: Unsold iPhones

Trinidad & Tobago: PM vs. the Media

Africa: New dates for African Bloggers Conference announced

New dates for African Bloggers Conference, Kelele ‘09, have been announced. Kelele ‘09 was scheduled for August 13th-16th, 2009. The conference, which will bring together African bloggers for the first...

Egypt: A Car Trade Social Service.

United Kingdom: Barcamp Transparency in Oxford

Around 50 people gathered for Barcamp Transparency at the Oxford University Club last Sunday to discuss issues of transparency in open government, social media and cyberactivism.

Cuba: Interview with Blogger Lizabal Mónica

Cuban writer Lizabel Mónica has been blogging since 2007 and has been using her blogs to "build bridges between literature and national and international art, as well as to explore...

Russia: “Russian Software” Project

Pakistan: Banking Sector Blogs

India: Best Interior Design Blogs

Cuba, U.S.A.: Cabot Journalism Prize

China: “Internet addiction disorder” is a joke

Syria: Bits of US-imposed Sanctions Lifted

Syria: Computer and Internet Sanctions Lifted

Trinidad & Tobago: Anti-People?

Sri Lanka: New LTTE Blog

Malaysia: “Where is democracy?”

Malaysia's Prime Minister celebrated his 100th day in office two weeks ago. But many of his constituents chose to mark the event by launching the “Where is democracy?” campaign. The...

Israel: Cellular firm ad stirs occupation debate

A television ad for Cellcom, the largest Israeli cellular provider, sprung an unprecedented debate on the face of the Israeli occupation over the past two weeks. The advert shows Israeli...

Russia: Making (Some) Sense of LiveJournal

A number of studies of the Russian blogosphere have been produced in the past by various entities. Russian bloggers, too, are trying to make sense of the space they operate...

Peru: An Exhibition of Art and Video Games

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