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· June, 2008

Stories about Technology from June, 2008

18 June 2008

Kosovo: Cyber-Attacks

Armenia: Internet, Telecoms Services Improve

Jordan: Online Initiative to Support Art

China: No vlogging the Olympics

Korea: Suppressing Media or Illegal Internet Activities

Korea’s Youtube equivalent, Afreeca, has recently become more famous due to live coverage of candlelight vigils. On the 17th, the CEO of Afreeca was taken by the prosecutor’s office under...

17 June 2008

China: Learn Chinese for the Olympics

Jordan: Queen's Message

Kuwait: Twitter Addict

Morocco: Websites and Newspapers

With the world going digital, many newspapers are meeting the challenge by making their news pages accessible online. The Arab world is no different. Moroccan blogger M S Hjiouij [Ar]...

Jamaica: Reggae Sumfest

Jordan: A New Lease of Life for Dwwen

Arab bloggers held their breath waiting for an announcement on the fate of popular Arab blog aggregator Dwwen. After a bit of uncertainty, the all clear was given and it...

16 June 2008

Africa: Technology events in Africa

Ukraine: Chernobyl Photos

Japan: Reflections on the Akiba Massacre (Part 2)

The massacre on June 8th in Tokyo's Akihabara district sparked heated debates in Japanese blogs about the limits of citizen media. Two Ustream users who were on at the scene...