In this edition: the Web reacts to the violent earthquake in Haiti; the US blogosphere mobilised by a pivotal trial on gay marriage; and two Dutch musicians invite net users to star in their new video.
Today on the Net : Web users encourage Barack Obama to postpone a speech to avoid competing with a TV series; the blogosphere protests against the suspension of the Canadian Parliament; and Chinese cyber dissidents express solidarity with Iranian opponents.
Today on the Net: Brazilian Web users point the finger at the Governor of Brasilia in a corruption scandal; the first lady of Northern Ireland’s extra marital affair shakes the blogosphere; and two students transform a Christmas tree into a rocket.
In this edition : the Malaysian blogosphere comments on religious tensions in the country; Nicolas Sarkozy is being criticized online, the French web reacts; and young acrobatic basket ball players put on a show.
In this edition: The world food programme suspends aid to southern Somalia, the web reacts; A documentary glorifying the Colombian FARC movement generates strong online reactions; And a photographer creates upside down portraits.
In this edition: Net users comment on the US strategy in Yemen; charges dropped against the Blackwater militia in the US, the web reacts; and a site offers users virtual participation in the Dakar rally raid.
In this edition : the Icelandic blogosphere opposes the enforcement of the controversial Icesave bill; the national identity debate brings the French web to life; and a US racing driver jumps 82 metres in his car.
In this edition : The blogosphere comments upon the fresh clashes between supporters and opponents of the Iranian regime ; Thirty years since the USSR invaded Afghanistan, the web remembers ; And musicians from 156 different countries gather to combat AIDS with music.