Chan'ad Bahraini is sad about Bahrain's wilting environment. Photo: dead date palms.
Mahmood wonders if recent international media attention will shame the Bahraini government from stifling free speech on the internet.
Linda asks why offices depicted in Arabic soap operas rarely seem to have computers in them.
Tom at “Shisha and Shawerma” is cynical about the whole thing.
Alaa describes being attacked and having his laptop stolen while attending a protest with his mother.
Hossein Derakhshan (Hoder) discusses the debate raging in the Iranian blogosphere over whether reformist candidate Mostafa Moeen should agree to run now that the Guardian Council has reinstated his candidacy, after first rejecting him.
Mr. Behi also has much to say.
Bingfeng has some Chinese “doggerel” jokes.
STAR WARS ALERT: “Musing under the tenement Palm” watched Revenge of the Sith in Urumqi and has some observations about the way it was dubbed into Chinese. (Don't forget to participate in the Globalvoices del.icio.us Starwars tagfest!)
Vantage Point discusses micro-libertarianism, a subject that came up at a recent bloggers’ meeting.
Fistful of Euros reacts to the latest Madrid car bombing.
Barcepundit has more.
Finland for Thought reports on the Finnish Toilet Paper Crisis.
Kaukasus found a book and website about all the many forgotten peoples of the Russian empire.
Thanks to Victor for pointing out NotiCuba, written by Elsy Fors, a journalist blogging from Havana. The tone of recent posts is generally supportive of the regime.
Gringo Unleashed translates a Spanish-language report about Al Qaeda in Central America.
MABB discusses President Mesa's gamble with pacifism in Bolivia.
Chippala reacts to American predictions of Nigeria's collapse.
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