Daily Archives: January 31, 2005

An American geek, a Saudi bridgeblogger and an Egyptian reporter walk into a coffee shop…

When I was in Cairo in early December, I asked almost everyone I met with what they knew about blogs. A human rights activist I was meeting with suggested I get in touch with Amina Khairy, a reporter for Al-Hayat’s … Continue reading

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“Better Bad News” asserts that my credibility is shot

Better Bad News, “a video blog using voice, character and audio visual support to extend and recontextualize the conversation,” challenges my credibility due to a statement I made in my blog, regarding a comment made by a dinner companion, that … Continue reading

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Saudi Jeans translates my interview with Dar-al-Hayat

When I was in Cairo in early December, I asked almost everyone I met with what they knew about blogs. A human rights activist I was meeting with suggested I get in touch with Amina Khairy, a reporter for Al-Hayat‘s … Continue reading

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