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Mohamed Marwen Meddah

I'm an IT professional from Tunisia, currently working as a Project Manager in a leading Web Development company.

I was born in Tunisia; lived in Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Jordan and Tunisia up to now; and visited a lot of other countries all around the globe. I wish to visit more soon.

I'm an active member in the Tunisian blogger community and it's a personal goal of mine to convert as many people as possible to blogging.

My personal blog is “Subzero Blue“.

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Latest posts by Mohamed Marwen Meddah

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

The most talked about topic in the Tunisian blogosphere this past week is obviously the Tunisian team's dissapointing performance at the World Cup in Germany after their draw with Saudi Arabia. Some feedback in French from: Tunisian star, Adib, Anis, Nawarat, Assouma. On a more serious note, Tarek writes about...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

The Tunisian blogosphere has been buzzing as usual with a bunch of different topics, ranging from the serious to the light, and the following is a snapshot of some of the interesting topics discussed these past 2 weeks. We start off with Zizou who writes about how he thinks an...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

Swobodin writes about how Project Gutenberg has over 10,000 books legally available for download in more than 50 languages, yet none of them are in Arabic. He goes on to talk about the inexistence of any Arabic books in an electronic format, and how Arab national libraries and cultural centers...

Echoes from the Tunisian Blogosphere

The 12th Tunisian blogger meetup took place on Saturday, April 15th, marking a whole year of meetups. The record was broken for the number of bloggers present with around 35 bloggers showing up, and the number of new faces exceeding old ones. MMM, Marsawi (FR) and Bouzguelif (FR) write about...

Echoes from the Tunisian Blogosphere

Mochekes (FR), MMM, Tom (FR), Kaaboura and Adib (FR) write about Dubai's TECOM winning the bid for a 35% stake of Tunisie Telecom, the monopoly fixed-line operator in Tunisia which is also estimated to control 72% of the country’s mobile market. They hope this will bring about a change to...

Echoes from the Tunisian Blogosphere

The 11th Tunisian blogger meetup was held last sunday in the Latina café/restaurant. Turnout was pretty good for this meetup with 18 people showing up. The next meetup should be held in the mountains of Zaghouan. Many of the present bloggers wrote about this meetup (Tom (FR), Marouen (FR), Karim...

Blogging Presentation in Zaghouan, Tunisia

  26 February 2006

In the Tunisian monthly blogger meetups, one of the issues that always comes up is what we can do to spread blogging even more in Tunisia and get more people writing and sharing online. One of the ideas that we came up with is by giving presentations about blogging in...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  13 January 2006

Karim and Marwen write about their wishes for the Tunisian blogosphere in the year 2006, after a big and healthy year 2005 for blogs in Tunisia. Adib gives his thoughts on the Tunisian blogosphere in the past year 2005. Hannibal publishes some pictures he took at an art exhibition at...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  31 December 2005

The results for the Tunisian Blog Awards were announced, here in French and here in English. Tarek writes about “Tree of Paradise”, an exhibition of mosaics at the Brooklyn Museum in New York, in which some mosaics from a synagogue in Hammam Lif, Tunisia, are showcased. He gives an interesting...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  24 December 2005

The 9th Tunisian Blogger Meetup will be taking place on Sunday, December 25th at Café 112 in downtown Tunis, at the end of Palestine Avenue. The results of the Tunisian Blog Awards will be announced in the meetup. Building upon Mochekes‘ post about the situation of Tunisian IT engineers and...

Echoes from the Tunisian Blogosphere

  16 December 2005

The first Tunisian blog awards Tunisie Blog Awards 2005 have been launched to promote the Tunisian blogosphere even more, encourage bloggers to work more on their blogs and give credit to the bloggers who are doing a great job. The process will be going through 3 phases: Phase 1: Blog...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  25 November 2005

The 8th Tunisian blogger meetup was held last Friday with international guests Rebecca MacKinnon, Jeff Ooi, Mite Nishio and Isam Bayazidi. A lot of blogs followed here, here, here, here and here. Adib, Chouchitou and Metal Mad write (in French) about the death of famous and passionate Tunisian photographer Bechir...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  30 October 2005

Adib talks about bird flu, giving a complete explanation of the virus and it's dangers, as well as how much risk there is that it could reach Tunisia through bird migration, the places that would be affected, and what measures should be taken. (in French) He also writes about “Operation...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  23 October 2005

The 7th Tunisian blogger meetup was held last Saturday. We met for a Ramadan dinner, then spent the evening together. We talked about everything; Ramadan, religion, blogging, new blogs, WiFi, the internet, personal stuff, …etc. As usual it was a lot of fun. The next Tunisian blogger meetup will be...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  14 October 2005

The beginning of this week marked a big buzz in the Tunisian blogosphere about Tunisia's national soccer team qualifying to the World Cup next year after a 2-2 draw with Morocco. Marouen writes about the ReachOut initiative that the British Council has launched. This initiative encourages and enables open discussion...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

The holy month of Ramadan started in Tunisia on Wednesday, October 5th. Now a Ramadan Tunisian blogger meetup is being organized. Nostradamus publishes (in French) the program of the Tunis Medina festival that goes on from the 7th to the 29th of October. This festival takes place every year during...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  1 October 2005

TuniZika, the first bi-monthly Tunisian musical podcast, releases it's second show, featuring music from a number of new artists. Zizou from Djerba attends his first Lebanese blogger meetup since he went there to study in the AUB. He's also writing about his discovery of Lebanon (in French), the different places...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  25 September 2005

Neila talks about the International Buttefly Rally (in French) that is taking place in Tunisia from the 23rd to 27th of September. This rally is exclusively for women. The women drivers will drive around the country starting from Habib Bourguiba street on the 23rd in the direction of Kairouan, then...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  20 September 2005

Adib writes (in French) about the solar eclipse that will be visible from Tunisia on October 3rd, which will be nearly a total eclipse with 98% of the sun covered. It'll be best viewed from the southern city of Douz, the portal to the Tunisian Sahara. An eclipse festival will...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  10 September 2005

Afrique Magazine (in French) has a feature article by the name “Blogmania Au Maghreb” talking about blogging in the Maghreb countries (Tunisia, Algeria, Morroco, Libya & Mauritania). The article highlights the Tunisian bloggers as pioneers and leaders of blogging in the region. A number of Tunisian bloggers talk about this:...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

  2 September 2005

Zizou from Djerba wonders why there is a lack of information and news about cities and towns other than the capital in Tunisia, saying that the traditional media is not covering these places enough and that he hopes blogs will take over this mission. Adib and MMM talk about FIFAK...

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