No more burnt laps and or overheated laptops sitting on pillows, the Tawleh is the real deal! Syrian blogger's mother was killed last week and the netizens mourn her loss; toilet habits in the MENA; and women's rights in Saudi
It is no urban myth. If a man places a laptop on his lap for an extended period of time, he is in essence microwaving his own fertility.
Tawleh 2.0 saves laps and legacies:
"You probably heard it here or there, saw a Facebook ad, a retweet on Facebook, or already follow their Facebook page! Tawleh 2.0 is the latest addition to the Jordanian market, that promotes healthy computing, amazing comfort and, amazing price! Here is my “David Letterman list” of the top ten reasons to get a Tawleh 2.0. Drum roll please…"
"Syrian blogger and activist Marcell Shehwaro, from Aleppo, lost her mother Marina, when government assailants shot at the car she was in early this morning (June 18th). Netizens from around the world mourn their friend for her loss.
Saudi Arabia: Why are the Toilet Habits so Different?
This post should be put on the U.S. Embassy website so everyone can figure out the toilet situation in the Middle East:
"I receive enough private emails with queries about toilet habits that I realized this topic does merit a post of its own. I am going to write about what I have personally seen and observed and hope that helps to shed some understanding or enlightenment."
"Like all women all over the world, we -Saudi women- are different from each other and from women all over the world.
who can speak on our behalf ?
I used to think that women want and need what I need and want, what I believe to be my God giving rights. But it turns out that things are not quite that easy."