Nightline: Baghdad blogger, Salam Pax, gives Ted Koeppel an interview and a tour of Baghdad.
'Blog Jam' on BBC World's ClickOnline this week - Tayfun King investigates the world of Blogging, meets Salam Pax, the famous Baghdad Blogger, and asks how the trend may affect politics and earn people money in the future. (Is Salam Pax ever going to get rid of this ugly template?)
Pax TV. Salam Pax is diversifying; moving into TV. His first report will be shown on the BBC's Newsnight programme. Newsnight broadcasts at 10:30pm GMT, and can be watched here by clicking on the "latest programme" link during or after the show.
What do Al Jazeera, AOL, Salam Pax and Sheffield City Council all have in common? Well according to PoliticsOnline they are all "Changing the World of Internet and Politics"...
Salam Pax and the Book Deal Not much info, but I thought some might be interested in the followup on ole Salam Pax.
'Salam Pax' plays Americans for fools in Iraq more speculation from RogerLSimon, LGF and junkyardblog and a dissenting view needlenose.
Salam Pax is back. It's been a long wait.
Raed Salam Pax? Writing under the pseudonym 'Salam Pax' (words meaning 'peace', in both Arabic and Latin), a Baghdad resident provided a personal point of view on what was going on. However, the blog hasn't been updated since March 24th. Has the worst happened?