For those who have read Cambodia blogs, chance is that you’ve come across at least one blog posts by Details are Sketchy the prolific blogger. And if you’re looking to delve into discussions that take place between Cambodian and international citizens, ‘Details are Sketchy’ blog, launched in 2006, is highly recommended.
Of all things Cambodia, you’ll not only find some insights about progressive journalism at The Cambodia Daily and The Phnom Penh Post as well as current affairs appeared in the news that the prominent anonymous blogger points out for readers to debate, but also some of the most interesting issues that Cambodia bloggers care to talk about.
I also left my comment on DAS blog on the online voting issue conducted by the Weblog Awards, which approach is any Internet users can cast their vote every 24 hours:
I think online vote is yet in its early phase of experiment. If you don’t allow people to vote every 24 hours, one person can still vote more than once. You can obtain a voter’s unique IP (Internet Protocol) address, but you can’t stop the voter to use another computer with a different IP to cast more votes. So, by allowing a user to vote every 24 hours is a way to understand how passionate your readers are.
‘EastSouthWestNorth’ is my second favorite after ‘Cambodia: Details are Sketchy’. I’m glad you’re one of the finalists.