"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Friday, June 10, 2005
[Media Source*] Today's Blogger Delights features the itty bitty "rock in the ocean" habitat on water known as Christmas Island (also referred to as Kiritimati Island). Christmas Island is home to over one hundred lakes and many varieties of birds. Most of the island (about 65%) is designated as a National Park in order to preserve it's pristine rain forest. One would be surprised to find bloggers living there (as there are only four major towns on the island!).
But alas, blogger's do inhabit this paradise as Reinaldo gives the world an insight as to what is on his mind (although you may need to find a translator to understand what really is on his mind).
Ian on the other hand is blogging in English, and is quite a poet as his latest post Retrospection reveals. Hocking on the other hand doesn't seem to be much into writing as his blog (or could it be a her) reveals.
Jessica seems bored and ends up talking to herself about herself on her blog. Well, at least she likes Switchfoot although she may want to check out Audio Blogger and speak her mind instead of typing it out. The same probably goes for Rachael as well. (note: You may need to use Skype in order to do this as Audio Blogger is free).
Seien gives an update on blogger but claims he/she worries too much. Don't worry too much Seien, the streets are less erie if you carry a big stick with you as you walk home. (this blogger knows from experience). Now onto some blogger birthdays!
Jessica turns 24 today and seems to be a little bit tired from staying up too late. Is it the parties? Either way, check out her photo blog (scroll down) as she uses Flickr to showcase what her life is all about.
Prodly turns 25 and it appears that Prodly is a Friend of Israel. Prodly gives his latest rant about the Israeli-Palestinian cease fire and seems a little "ticked off" about what the MSM (mainstream media) had to say.
Miramaze has turned another big one and apparently is in France as of the time of this posting (enjoy!). She also has a second blog and seems to enjoy wild cats. Well, at least pictures of wild cats.
Brenna turns 27 today and seems to have invented a new slang (it will never catch on). Moving on, Brenna gives her reviews of "Never Been Kissed," the movie and apparently is starting a novel. If Brenna's novel is pretty good she may want to enter it in the blog novel contest coming up this November. (note: you can check out last year's participants here).
Azraeel from Brazil turns 23 today and blogs at Lugar de Espaco (a team blog) and thanks to the Universal Translator Azraeel's latest post in English can be viewed over here (although it may not make grammatical sense).
Sheryl has turned a mysterious age today and seems to blog about whatever inspires her. Her latest post, or rather poem talks about losing it.
Matt from Canada has hidden his age, but blogs about abstinence in Africa and how the media gets it wrong again. He also has posted lyrics to a song by Walt Whitman entilted "Song of the Open Road" (must be Canadian).
Justin from the Philippines turns 16 today and like the other bloggers before him seems to be in the poetic mood as of late.
Pes from Italy turns 25 and has joined a team blog called Veta (or life) and thanks to the Universal Translator we now know that according to Pes, it is always Fiesta!
Blogger Delights brings highlights from various nations as well as celebrating birthdays throughout the blogosphere. If one is interested in visiting some of these blogs, simply click here.
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