Chubby goes for a Burger with a difference! Testing out the new Cafe Burger in town. Amman town.
"I gathered a couple of people in a Tweetup and went to Cafe’ Burger a very new and awesome place that everyone was talking about at work, on facebook and on twitter. So you people can imagine how much buzz it created for it’s amazing well made hamburgers with a huge Milkshake and their tasty hotdogs and as a guy i know like to call them ['Klab al-sukhna'- ed] "- literal transliterated translation in Arabic.
Shasha Font is an Arabic font tailored for optimum usage on screens, designed by Gaber and Ganzeer with funding from Google.
"There is no doubt that Arabic fonts are one of the most beautiful fonts in the world, however", tells Arab Crunch, "digital fonts optimized for the digital screens (PCs, Tablets, Mobile) we use are behind the rich arrays of Arabic fonts that we have offline."
Hyperlink: Uprising 2.0: The Internet Generation's Revolution
Taking a step back to reflect on how far we've come and how it all began. "And it all started with friends inviting friends to attend a Facebook event called “January 25: Egypt Day of Anger”. " Thanks for the comprehensive reminder, Roba!
"The fall of a dictator. Constitutional changes that the government resisted for 30 years. Losses amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars. Buildings burned, Egyptian artifacts from the times of the Pharaohs ruined, and flags waving as millions screamed for freedom. Hundreds of priceless lives, gone."
A word of warning for those getting carried away in the sweeping tide of optimism that has infected the Arab world seemingly.
"It seems that my earlier optimism was misplaced. The Libyan revolution risks drowning in blood. If it does, the larger Arab revolution may well grind to a temporary halt."
"For those of you wondering what’s become of our informant in Tripoli, I’ve heard from a member of her family who lives here in Britain that she is physically safe but in a difficult emotional state – terrified and very tired. The internet is properly down now, and Human Rights Watch reports a wave of “arbitrary arrests and forced disappearances” throughout the capital."