So much for the discussion 2

If you had a chance to read my previous post with a similar title, you may want to visit it again. In a nutshell, I posted an update about my follow up on the blocked/unblocked comments on a blog of a guy who blogs about Israeli-Palestinian conflict from Bahrain and as a result he completely blocked me from commenting on his blog.

You can see the entire exchange in the original post and I am also posting my messages (that he claims he had never received) here.  You can also read his comment and my reply in the original post. Could be great to hear what you think…


From: Dmitry Epstein
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2007 6:26 PM
To: ‘Haitham Sabbah’
Subject: RE: commenting on your blog

Thanks Haitham!
I am glad it was just a technical glitch.


From: Dmitry Epstein
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2007 8:11 PM
To: ‘Haitham Sabbah’
Subject: RE: commenting on your blog

Hi again!

If that’s OK, I have a question to ask. I am a doctoral student and among other things I study the blogosphere, particularly in relation to the conflict. One of the things I would really like to do is to survey bloggers about their practices. From your knowledge of Palestinian bloggers, do you think they would cooperate with such a study? Would the fact that I am Israeli make huge difference?

Thanks again!


3 Responses to “So much for the discussion 2”

  1. lisa Says:

    Nothing to say except glad you put on record all messages and interaction with Haitham.

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