In this edition: Web users keep up the pressure ahead of a crucial week for the fight against climate change; Iran's opposition alive and kicking in the streets and online; and a pigeon turns out to be quicker than high-speed Internet.
In this edition: the Web has become an indispensable tool in the campaign for Uruguay's presidential election; and Net users are up in arms against Kanye West, the rapper who burst onto the stage at the MTV video music awards.
Today on the Web: Net users look back at the collapse of Lehman Brothers a year ago; in Iran, initiatives are still appearing to pay tribute to people that died during protests; a novel way to attract tourists to Denmark.
In this edition: Obama's healthcare reform gets people protesting on the Internet; Web users have decided to see the funny side of the Influenza A (H1N1) virus; the effects of social networking on the brain.
Web users have marked the eighth anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington with tributes to the victims, as well as fresh conspiracy theories. Also in our programme: Germans comment on a lacklustre election campaign.
The Web reacts to the candidacy of NoyNoy Aquino, son of the former Philippine president, Corazon Aquino. Also in today's review of the Web: Net users mobilise for Cuban ‘Panfilo’, convicted for complaining he was hungry on a video.
In this edition: while Barack Obama defends his healthcare reform before Congress, his supporters rally online. Suspicion of vote rigging in Afghanistan gains ground online, as testimonies multiply on the Web.
In this edition: Obama's advisor Van Jones whose ideas were denounced by some web users has been forced to resign; Chinese Government takes steps against syringe attacks; and America’s first lady opens the White House to net users.
In this edition: Web users get together for a conference on climate change in Geneva; Michael Jackson fans pay their final online tributes, including moonwalks and songs; help for addicts addicted to social networking sites such as Facebook.
Our daily round-up of the Web takes you to Taiwan, where the Dalai Lama has landed on a controversial trip to comfort the victims of Typhoon Morakot. Also in today's show: bloggers react to the wildfires that are threatening Los Angeles.
In this edition: Gabon's presidential election was followed closely by the blogosphere; the debate surrounding Microsoft’s "racist" gaffe grows online, and an American attacks his government’s interventionism.