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· September, 2008

Stories about Technology from September, 2008

25 September 2008

Pakistan: “Hey! Why is Google ignoring us?”

Pakistanis are using blogs as a medium to raise their voices about an important issue regarding the biases of technology giant Google. The issue we are talking about is Google...

24 September 2008

Lusosphere: Saramago, 85 years, Nobel Laureate, Blogger

A week ago, the 1998 Nobel Prize winner for literature - the first and only Portuguese language writer - started his own blog: Saramago's Notebook, which he describes as his...

Saudi Arabia: Supercomputer to be developed

Madagascar: My blog and I

Korea: The End of OhmyNews Japan (following Hanako's)

Following the post, “The End of OhmyNews Japan” by the Japanese editor, Hanako, I was curious how Korean bloggers talk about the failure of OhmyNews Japan. Many bloggers have analyzed...

Japan: Wordcamp Tokyo 2008

Japan: The true revolution of Google Street View

China: Chinese Websites Trapped In Milk Powder Gate

Bulgaria: A New Blog

23 September 2008

Japan: The changing value of knowledge

Kuwait: YouTube Ban Lifted

News about YouTube being blocked in Kuwait hit the headlines yesterday, with bloggers frustrated over what they described as yet another intrusion on freedom of speech in their country. The...

Jordan: Exciting Games

Qatar: Introducing Browser Shots

Kazakhstan: Who Lives Well in Kazakhstan

As long as Kazakhstan still aspires to enter the top 50 most competitive states of the world (although these efforts have so far resulted in decline of its competitiveness, as...

Japan: Not just Hatena, the whole Internet has too many ads