The word ‘blog’, ‘blogger’ or ‘blogging’ come into existence with the advent of Web 2.0. Websites such as www.blogger.com and www.wordpress.com provided a free means (e.g. www.spiritofjesus.blogspot.com or www.charmingff.wordpress.com) for people who are generally referred to as bloggers to have a blog (an online journal) where they can share their thoughts or knowledge (blogging) almost every day based on their [...]Read more ›
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Nneoma, of Pyoo Wata, reviews the reactions of Nigerian bloggers to the recent sci-fi fim, District 9, and also cautions against the use of the rebranding mantra for the purposes of censorship. Ever since the Dora Akunyili was charged with the task of cleaning up the national image, the nation, including its bloggers, has been even more keenly aware of [...]Read more ›
A review of Nigerian blogs on food by Pam of Pdbraide. People generally feel the Nigerian “blogosphere” should mirror reality. After all people blogging about their experiences should simply create a Naija freed from geographical confines. Well, yes and no. For most it seems this virtual space offers freedom from social constructs, tedium and routine. In this virtual space you [...]Read more ›