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by Omaima | February 24, 2009 at 7:50 AM
Ten Fingers & a Head
It's great to have another Sudanese woman here in the the PulseWire community. I love the title to your journal - "Ten Fingers & a Head." Please elaborate!
Thank you very much for the support and nice words, I really felt good reading your comment, unforunately I can't write in my native language " Arabic", but I will do my best to express my ideas in English so more poeple will be able to read and discuss what I write.
Hopefully soon we will all use our ten fingers instead of the Pen to voice what ever comes in our minds..
Electronic journalism, blogging and writing on the internet applications is another experience which differs totally from the traditional writing activities in prints and books. The new environment is wider, and provides more freedom and more rooms for exchange of ideas without limits.
We are exposed to the world..
Thanks once again for passing by, and I wish to meet you again and again on the pages of this wonderful place!!
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