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Well, it’s been over 5 months since my last post. Work and life have kind of gotten in the way. And i dont foresee much improvement in the near future. I started this blog with two main motivations: improving my analysis and writing; and documenting web items i find of interest. Since i dont have time for the first, I have recently started using del.icio.us.

I have daily updates going and a sidebar with the whole list. Or, you can check out my del.icio.us page.

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I’d heard late last week that Wael Abbas’ shut-down YouTube account had been reactivated. Apparently, according to Wael, that’s all that has been done – as opposed to “restored”, as they claim in their statement. Everything on the account has, it seems, disappeared. If that’s the case, then what a lame, meaningless, empty, face-saving gesture!

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Yep.

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Thought i would point to this article. Rania Al Malky covers the prospects of blogging as medium for promoting reform in Egypt. A good read for anyone not familiar with the recent rise of political/activist blogging that has been concurrent with the emergence (and, premature dissipation) of Kifaya.

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