Adib, Chouchitou and Metal Mad write (in French) about the death of famous and passionate Tunisian photographer Bechir El Manoubi who attended and photographed all the big sporting events Tunisia participated in. He also met and took photos of the biggest Tunisian stars. He is famous for his sombrero, that he got from Mexico while he was with the Tunisian soccer team in the 1978 World Cup, and all the flags and badges he wears.
Iskander writes about how his several travels to Spain make him wonder how the Muslim civilization, that shined during the days of Al Andalus, has now gone so low. He talks about the modernization of Islam and how we should learn from those times by spreading tolerance and openness (in French).
Zizou writes about the Tunis Marathon that will be taking place this Sunday and suggests we have a Tunisian blogger team running. He thinks it'd be a good change from the cool cafés we usually meet in (in French).
Mochekes is excited about the new MMS service by Tunisiana and the 50 free MMS messages they offer, which he thinks it's a great marketing move by the company. He also favorably compares it with Tunisie Telecom's offering (in French).
Aziz talks about the Tunisian rumor creating talent and how it worked at the WSIS with a bunch of rumors surrounding the $100 laptop and that they were selling some at the ICT4ALL expo (in French).
Sup'Comian boy thinks that the Tunisian blogs still don't truly reflect the Tunisian society, belonging to people who are different from most of the masses, and somehow idealistic (in French).
Tom gives a full account about meeting and having dinner with Richard Stallman, the father of open source, at Dar Bach Hamba in Tunis, and how great an experience it was for him.
MMM puts up some photos that he took from the ICT4ALL Expo at the World Summit on the Information Society.