A portrait of the blogosphere in the Arabic speaking world

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Researchers at the Berkman Center for the Internet and Society at Harvard University analyzed about 35,000 active Arabic language Weblogs in 18 different countries. One of the more interesting findings, according to Harvard’s Bruce Etling, is bloggers tend to write mostly about their own towns and countries rather than wider, regional issues.

One Response to “A portrait of the blogosphere in the Arabic speaking world”

  1. I really enjoy the show but there is a technical issue with the podcasts that really bugs me. They are *much* quieter than any other podcasts I listen to and I have to dive for the volume control when they start and end.

    Check out the levels produced by The Levelator for something that is more standard.

    Thanks and keep up the good work!