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· November, 2007

Stories about Oman from November, 2007

Oman: Rewarding Innovation

The Knowledge Mine and Ernst and Young have chosen the winner of their Big Business Idea Competition for the creation of new technology-related businesses by young students and employees.

Oman: Shura Council

Omani blogger Muscati talks about the recent elections in the Oman public advisory board (Shura Council), how no women got elected, and how ethnicity played a role in voting.

Oman: Interview with Omani Photographer

Oman3D interviews Hani Macki, an Omani documentary photographer.

Oman: Expat Overview

Flotaz, a French blogger in Oman, creates a comprehensive list about everything he has seen in Oman.

Oman: New Religious Blog

Omani blogger Sleepless in Muscat has launched a new religious blog – Hope of Islam.

Oman: Why No One is Reading My Blog?

Omani blogger Muscati jokingly says no one is reading his blog because his readers fall under the post-grad category.

Oman: Child Exploitation

Omani blogger Sleepless in Muscat joins the crusade against child exploitation here.

Oman: Web Awards a ‘Scam’

Omani blogger Blue-Chi describes the 2007 Omani Blog Web Awards as a scam. He further appeals to the Omani blogging community to uncover the ‘scam’ here.

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