The Cuban blogosphere comments on the liberation of political prisoners. The web reacts to the soon to be published memoires of Gordon Brown’s former Number two, and a successful YouTube video proves itself to be extremely lucrative.
An air of revolution on the Egyptian blogosphere as police violence is denounced, American web users continue to bear witness to the damage caused by the oil spill, and a fan of the group Green Day has her fifteen minutes of fame.
The blogosphere discusses the case of the Russian ‘spies’ arrested in the US, in Japan, web users comment on the craze for Ryoma, and Filipino prisoners have created a new choreography paying tribute to Michael Jackson.
The web mobilizes for the 50 years anniversary of independence in the DRC. Forgotten oil spills are remembered online, and Amnesty International is broadcasting a moving video against the death penalty
Kyrgyz web users comment on the adoption of a new Constitution in the country.
The web campaigns for the freedom of Troy Davis, sentenced to death 20 years ago,
and an online game giving web users a better understanding of the blockade of Gaza.
The blogosphere mobilizes for the liberation of the Franco-Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. The web also pays tribute to Michael Jackson one year after his death, and unusual looking dogs are the talk of the town on the Internet
American bloggers are worried about rumors of oil rain in Louisiana. A web documentary explores the dictatorship in Agentina, 27 years ago, and a Brazilian baby dancing samba creates a buzz on the web.
The Brazilian blogosphere comments on the violent flooding that has affected the country. The Web looks at France’s national football team’s failure in the South Africa World cup, and Michael Jackson teaches Wall-E to dance