Forever Under Construction

Posted in Iran, Photo, Photoblog by homeyra on July 4, 2007

Saleh has the cool idea of creating a site to track Iranian photoblogs. So far over 30 of them:

Among others Aks Nevesht, Baloot (for cat lovers), Babak Borzouyeh, BSurprised, Coma … and more

See also Our Earth As Art: the world through the eyes of the Landsat-7 satellite. Dasht-e-Kevir


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  1. Saleh said, on July 4, 2007 at 6:45 pm

    Thanks dear Homeyra for the cool and nice way that you mentioned the site I hope it will be useful site for Iranian photography lovers and other visitors.

  2. homeyra said, on July 4, 2007 at 7:00 pm

    Thanks to you Saleh. You had a great idea. I was always looking for photoblogs, and now you made it so easy. It also presents a great place to see all this variety of views. Well done 🙂

  3. Servant said, on July 5, 2007 at 2:38 am

    Wonderful! Thank you. I wish I could read some of the captions. Although the pictures themselves – as they say – are worth a thousand words.

    Do you have a guess why isn’t there a good robotic translater for Arabic-family languages? Why can’t I go to Babelfish or something and paste something I want to read? I mean how can you use a name that’s derivative of the Tower of Babel and not include the character sets most people use in that region?

    I’ve found some official “translation” services for but they’re not free. Where’s the robot that works for free?

  4. homeyra said, on July 5, 2007 at 5:57 am

    For the time being, you can send me the links and I can translate them for you – and for the time being, for free 🙂
    I agree, Babel-fish should rethink its name! I have never looked into an online translation tool, but it seems to me that I have heard something about it. I must make inquiries. Will let you know.

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