Conspiracy theories concerning Wikileaks founder Julian Assange are multiplying online. Citizens the world over are calling for a revolution against banks on the 7th of December. And a site with celebrities up for auction.
Citizens mobilise support for gay soldiers serving in the US army. A look at the sites helping to decipher the documents released by Wikileaks. And a site with drawings on different visions of the web.
New developments in the attack on Russian journalist Oleg Kashin: reactions online. Web users mobilise for World Aids Day. And a region in France is promoting itself by creating a web site of video archives
The world blogosphere rallies on the occasion of the Cancun climate change summit. Quito, the Ecuadorian capital declares war on chewing-gum, the web reacts. And a site allows patients to give their opinion on various drugs.
In this edition: Irish web users are criticizing their Prime Minister. Tributes for victims of the deadly stampede continue to pour in on the Cambodian web. And a site giving web users the opportunity to adopt a word.
In this edition: The web echoes the tensions between the two Koreas. British people would prefer to see Prince William take the throne. Reactions online. And film director Tim Burton is calling upon web users for his next storyline.
In this edition: The blogosphere is concerned about the spread of cholera in Haiti. The web hails the release of an Egyptian blogger after 4 years in prison. And two young video bloggers demonstrate the latest trendy online activity
They already juggle work, one or several children, a partner … and still find time to update their blogs on a daily basis? Who are they? They are blogging parents, and they share their daily family life online, often in an amusing fashion.
Spanish web users are outraged by an online game used in an election campaign. An online war has broken out between users of the sites Tumblr and 4chan, and Chinese construction workers build a hotel in 6 days.
A passenger has refueled the online controversy over full body scanners in airports. The American blogosphere looks at the heavy weight of national debt. And the Louvre is asking web users for donations to help buy a masterpiece.
The pilgrimage to Mecca is also taking place on the web. Amazon.com has outraged American web users by selling a pedophilia book. And the Philippine Football Federation is looking for a new manager online.