9 posts, joined 2008-09-25
A social media consultant and online journalist, I write about social networking and new media at AriWriter. With a background in technology and government, I am active on many social networks and recently created the Twitter Fan Wiki for U.S. Government users.
4 posts, joined 2008-11-3
Posting and twittering from Paris (France) during Election night.
59 posts, joined 2008-02-12
Born in the Philippines and raised in the island nation of Bahrain in the Middle East, Eunice del Rosario is a journalist who worked for the Bahrain's Gulf Daily News for 10 years. She wrote numerous articles for publications in the Arabian Gulf and the Philippines. Several pieces authored by her have also been picked up by foreign agencies, as well as by the US military particularly during the second Gulf War. In 2007, Eunice moved to Houston, Texas, where she continues to write. She is a strong supporter of a number of charities, notably the Special Olympics and Dreamflight.
1 posts, joined 2008-11-27
Cameroonian blogger, journalist, radio producer, working in media for development and interested in many things including world affairs, diplomacy...
2 posts, joined 2008-02-6
Born in Israel and raised partially in East Asia, I have been lucky to travel and live in many countries around the world. Trained in both computer science and design, my professional identity centers around bridging the two worlds. I currently live in Los Angeles and enjoy building interactive works around the topic of 'news', exploring ways to enhance viewer's feeling of connection to the viewed content. My recent projects can be seen at http://giladlotan.com, and I may be reached at giladlotan -at- gmail -dot- com
33 posts, joined 2008-08-18
Journalist. Poet. Kidz’ Kazette Founder. Passionate Nawleanteer. Thrill-Seeker. Thanh Quach and Nu Huynh’s (these are the two most spectacular people in the world) daughter. Thich Nhat Hanh enthusiast. Bicyclist. Skateboarder. SDSU alumna.
11 posts, joined 2008-02-14
I am a media producer based in Trinidad and Tobago. I blog at Francomenz.
149 posts, joined 2008-02-14
I am a freelance journalist living in Suva, Fiji.
1 posts, joined 2008-06-17
I work on the Internet, managing websites of Brazilian federal agencies in the cultural sector. I like to write about what I see and what I think. In Portuguese: Ecologia Digital - In English: Eco-Rama.
37 posts, joined 2008-04-17
Secondary teacher (now retired), unionist and Australian Labor Party member since 1972. 8 years teaching in the Northern Territory: 4 in Katherine, followed by 4 in Maningrida, an aboriginal community in Arnhem Land. Returned to Melbourne in June 2008 to live after 15 months in Broome.
84 posts, joined 2008-02-8
21 posts, joined 2008-02-27
Hi, I am a Post-doctoral research associate based at Purdue University in Indiana. I have been following this historical presidential campaign with heightened interest. I will give you my perspective from a non-voting, Malagasy/French perspective. I also give more of my personal point of view on my personal blog is http://rakotomalala.blogspot.com
1 posts, joined 2008-10-20
Political campaigner, focusing on making votes count and citizen engagement issues in the UK. Interested in lessons we can learn from these elections; especially use of the web, grassroots mobilisation and electoral strategy. My blog, http://www.sixfiftyblog.com, began as a way of reporting my experiences at the Democratic Convention. Life before becoming so engrossed in politics included living in Tanzania; working for a Fairtrade chocolate company; and completing British Council's Interaction leadership programme.
3 posts, joined 2008-07-22
Born and raised in Egypt, I was brought up to be a good middle class Egyptian girl; but somehow being good did not suit my notions. Deep down I have rejected the heavy heritage of traditions and norms that made no sense to my inquisitive mind. I could not understand why girls were killed, committed suicide, or lived in eternal shame when they lost their virginity. I failed to comprehend why such a rule applied only to girls and their male counterparts were spared. After my grand mother passed away we stopped celebrating Christmas, New Year's Eve, Halloween, and Thanks Giving ... does being a Muslim deny me all my childhood memories? Why do I have to get married? Why can't I date? Why do men cheat? Why do I have to accept it? Why? Why? Why? And many more unanswered questions. I have come a long way from the scared little girl that I once was ... I found my passion in writing, my voice in teaching & training, and my strength in marketing ... I took off my mask ... and I decided to speak up and loud .. as loud as loud could ever be.
1 posts, joined 2008-09-16
Male.Born in the US raised in Puerto Rico. I love to blog about the issues that affect my island and alert on local media manipulation. I'm an English teacher in the elementary level and love my job. A happy father and husband.
2 posts, joined 2008-10-9
I'm a telecommunication engineer from Jordan, I enjoy film making, traveling, reading novels and political books, and I also like attending cultural dialogues with people from across the globe.
2 posts, joined 2008-09-1
I moved back to Lebanon in 2007 after living in the US for some years. I am Lebanese by nationality. However, the fact that I have moved a lot since birth have helped me shape the man I am today. Worked as a graphic designer and now proving my skills as a web designer as well. Founder of Visions Projection and co-moderator of Projection Word Drops. I am a believer in the power of words and the joy of writing. I was blessed to work with great NGOs and groups. There are good people everywhere, but goodness is only useful when it inflects change.
1 posts, joined 2008-11-5
Lawyer + Blogger + Creative Commoner + Researcher + Books Lover
6 posts, joined 2008-07-1
- not my real name. Why? I run a well known Arab company and blogging lets me say what I really think without worrying about who is reading. I am an Iraqi who has lived nearly all my life in London. I feel blogs give people a small snapshot into the worlds of ordinary people from their front door, which the media cannot. Without blogging you would only ever see the journalists side of the picture.
4 posts, joined 2008-10-20
A native of Armenia, Simon is a current graduate student in political science at University of Colorado. He is also an alumnus of the International Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies. Simon has been published in numerous periodicals, including in History Today. Connect to his blog at www.blogian.net.
3 posts, joined 2008-11-5
a translater on Gv Lingua French, lives in Strasbourg, France
1 posts, joined 2008-11-5
Egyptian blogger who is fond of Social and Technical matters.