Monthly Archives: January 2006

Internet Governance, WSIS, etc.

The coming Internet Governance Forum seems to be the place where many of the hot-topic related issues around the Internet will be discussed. In the last year that place was the WSIS. I believe there’s a need for involvement of … Continue reading

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Weather changes

Have you noticed that January is extremly warm in New York, and extremly cold in Sofia, Bulgaria? Why is that? Why it’s minus 15 Celsius in Europe, and plus 10 in East Coast USA? Who can tell?

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Bulgara – a restaurant in New York

I went this past weekend to the Bulgarian restaurant “Bulgara” in New York City. It is by no means the best Bulgarian place I’ve seen abroad. The place is extremly clean, tidy, the tables are covered with Bulgarian national-made cloths. … Continue reading

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10 years Internet Society in Bulgaria

Last weekend we celebrated 10 years since the foundation of the Internet Society of Bulgaria.    On the picture: A Moment From the Cocktail Party (click to enlarge).    Members of ISOC (left to right):    Veni Markovski – ISOC-Bulgaria … Continue reading

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OpenFest people

OpenFest is another great activity of the Bulgarian FOSS society. ISOC-Bulgaria got a friendly visit on January 5th by a number of the people, involved in the creation and implementation of the OpenFest. They’ve brought a big cake, a couple … Continue reading

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Another year started a few days ago. I was in Sofia for the welcome ceremony of 2006. In the last week of 2005 I’ve met with almost all my friends who I haven’t seen in the last few months, while … Continue reading

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