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Happy Blogiversary

The Ethiopian blogsphere has been growing for a few years now, though not at a particularly quick pace.Few people have internet access and most of those who do use it to check e-mail and the like.

Despite the not- so- encouraging number of readers, there are some out there who are commenting at will about news articles and daily political developments, rambling in anger or appreciation, or promoting ideas.No doubt blogs are evolving as  many more are discovering their power of giving access individuals to easily publish thier ideas and others to comment on them.

In the American and other Western blogsphere, opnions and life tales have been blossoming a million fold every day for the past ten years.The Wall Street Journal in a recent article talked about how community of bloggers discovered pathways that were previously closed ten years ago and transformed the conventinal media.It also invited various commentators to tell on what blogs mean to them, which you could read in the links above.

Categories: Blogs
  1. Tinikish
    August 7, 2007 at 9:46 am

    Bizu blogoch ayisebum.tsiufachewu yimesaslal.
    hulun awaki meslacheu lemekereb timokralachu.bizu yikerachehal before we start taking you seriously.

  2. Sara
    August 8, 2007 at 5:33 am

    Blogs are therapeutic for the underemployed people with low self- esteem, but who cares. They have as much right to squander their time as I have for making this comment

  3. Salmahal Meles
    August 8, 2007 at 5:36 am

    The internet has allowed the feeble minded extroverts to express their ill founded thoughts and accusations without
    any form of accountability.
    The sadness of it all is that there is a multitude of shallow thinkers who revel in their mindless diatribes.

  4. Filipos
    August 8, 2007 at 5:38 am

    Whats the use of spending years gaining knowledge and experience, working for a university or college degree if the world is to inundated by ignorance and self aclaim.

    Let the bloggers go to college before you read them.

  5. Zinabu
    August 8, 2007 at 5:39 am

    Let the bloggers go to college before you read them.”

    The most elitist, ignorant, misinformed and twisted people I have ever met, I met at college…

    …and that was just the tutors, you wouldn’t be one would you

  6. Zinabu
    August 8, 2007 at 5:42 am

    Salmahal, are you Mele’s daughter?How’s life at Oxford?Are you allowed to carry a gun?

  7. Jama-jama
    August 8, 2007 at 7:27 am

    A gun? What does she need it for? She’s got a body guard who is as big as, what I would call (for want of less pompous word) Yesemay Sibari.Rather her constant source of headache is her attempt to inflitrate Chat to the campus.Oxfrod has strict rule on anything related to drug.So she has to go at the wekend to London to chew at the Ethiopian Embassy.They say everytime she get high with the Chat, she reminds everyone around her her father is Meles.

  8. August 28, 2007 at 2:51 pm

    why all this hating? where did positivity go?

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