Lebanese Company Yamli Sells Licensing Deal to Yahoo!
Published May 29th, 2012 - 17:52 GMT
The people who made searching the internet in Arabic font possible meet Yahoo; an aspiring Emirati director gets his big shot at fame; Vibram five finger shoes reviewed; and free Bambuser accounts for activists and journalists
"Today came the good news for Yamli with a major licensing deal: Yahoo! Which is being used in a new product called new product, “, v3arrebni (or Arabize me)
it will be used in Yahoo Maktoob homepage and integrated with other Yahoo services such as messenger and email."
"Abu Dhabi May 29, 2012: AFLAM, a film club that aims to show the best of Arabic independent cinema in Abu Dhabi, will this month be screening the award winning film, ‘Hamama’ by Nujoom Alghanem, an inspiring Emirati director. T
The film was a Muhr award winner at DIFF 2010, and is the story of a spiritual healer ‘Hamama’ who is nearly 90-years-old, and is renowned as a living legend across the United Arab Emirates. "
"I went and ordered my first pair, I’ve been wearing them for 2 days now, to the gym, to the office and I am in love!
They’re so comfortable yet so good (as a Converse hardcore fan, sometimes when yo step on something, it hurts!) but the Vibram’s are sooooo comfortable."
Bambuser offers activists and citizen journalists free premium accounts
Whoever says that activism doesn't pay apparently has not opened their free account yet.
"Bambuser, the live-streaming mobile service has just announced that it will be offering citizen journalists and activists an upgrade to premium accounts for free.
To take advantage of this offer, Bambuser users can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with their username and a brief description of their content, and can then expect the upgrade."