Rebecca has a great post that may convince you to drop what you’re doing and come to our annual meeting in Budapest.
The Global Voices Citizen Media summit – June 27-8th in Budapest. You’re invited.
Fouad, the blogger who created a page on Facebook parodying Morocco’s crown prince, has been released from prison. Congrats to everyone involved with online efforts to secure his freedom
van Krstić, architect of some of OLPCs most important and interesting pieces of software, resigns from the project over fears about the corporate direction and the changed role of Walter Benjamin
I was deeply moved by Obama’s speech on race in America, and I’ve appreciated many of the reactions. But this one is likely my favorite.
Autoritarian governments are demonstrating that state-owned businesses can be competitive, and state investment funds are becoming some of the most important players in the financial world. Tough implications for human rights, democracy, etc.
A terrific new blog from Ghana – an online book club, where readers can recommend books to each other. A very creative use of a group blog.
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Sorry to nitpick but Walter Benjamin should be Walter Bender :)
This seems like the kind of thing that you would include in your regular “Links for …” postings:
It is along the lines of PlayPunps and some of the things featured on AfriGadget.
(no need to post this)
Oops — I see that AfriGadget has actually just posted on this one!