Boxun, vector for Chinese jasmine copycats

March 12th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

Blood and Treasure on who dreamt up the idea of importing the ‘jasmine revolution’ into China:

The messages are being circulated on Boxun once more, the overseas Chinese website which is something of a clearing house for anti-regime news, views and propaganda. This points to some individual or group from the exiled dissident community. The question then becomes why they haven’t identified themselves. There are all sorts of fractious, mutually competitive groups out there who would like to take the credit for starting something within China.

[yes, my procrastination time today is being spent paging through the Blood and Treasure archives. Can you tell?]

Webmontag 19.7.10

July 19th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

At Web Monday. Presentations:

  • First Trimester, blogging for doctors. Apparently while there are a lot of web projects targetting patients, there aren’t many blogs aimed at providing professional information for doctors.
  • Yourcent, a micropayments system
  • Feed Magazine a free german-language (paper) magazine about the online world. Now at issue 0

Two new blogs

November 25th, 2009 § 0 comments § permalink

Once upon a time there was an excellent blog called Volsunga. But its author got busy, or bored, and the blog vanished into the ether. It’s now no longer even in the wayback machine, so far as I can see. But – the author has returned!.

Meanwhile, here is another new blog from another excellent person. I like this trend; the more blogs the better.

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