Latest posts by Dmitry Davidov from October, 2010
The recent visit of Vladimir Putin to Ukraine surprised Internet community with official photographs of Putin with a bruise on his face. Russian bloggers jumped on the opportunity to talk about the possible reason for the bruise.
LJ user varandej posts pictures of conventional houses and apartment complexes in the center of Moscow.
Blogger artemgorbachev posts photos from a training of the Russian Special Purpose Police Unit (OMON).
Right after landing in Russia, Arnold Schwarzenegger shared his picture in Moscow with his Twitter followers. Russian President Medvedev replied to the twit by writing: “Welcome to Russia!” The two extensively cover their interactions on Twitter (here and here).
When young female journalism students decided to openly express their admiration for Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, “objectivity” and “impartiality” were overshadowed by sexual innuendo and erotic lingerie.
Recent flash mob on Vkontakte.ru, the most popular Russian social network, consisted of female users changing their online statuses to what would start with “And I love doing it on…” and adding the places where they usually leave their bags. The double meaning of this sentence immediately attracted the attention...
Bloggers chibis and yarosh analyze the acoustic system that appeared on the latest photos taken at the Russian president's residence. The cost of the system is around $200,000, the bloggers say, but it is not the most advanced or expensive acoustic system.