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Filip Stojanovski

In web development since 1995, blogging since 2003 in English and Macedonian, doing research at information society think tank Metamorphosis.

Check out the Timeline of Macedonian blogosphere 2001-2006 on his personal website, and the Sci-fi observer blog.

Contact info
Skype: filip_stojanovski
Twitter: @razvigor
Facebook: filip.stojanovski

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Latest posts by Filip Stojanovski

20 October 2014

False Ebola Alarm Provides Convenient Distraction for Macedonia From Unflattering EU Report

The arrest of 14 judges and an over-dramatized possible case of Ebola took over Macedonian media in October, overshadowing news of a damning EU progress report on the country.

21 September 2014

Macedonian Media Stonewalls Popular Hip-Hop Artist's Pro-Freedom Song

Popular Macedonian hip-hop artist has seen his career come to a near stop after releasing a song and music video that discusses freedom of speech issues in Macedonia.

9 September 2014

Traveling Duo Visits Macedonia for 3 Months

Debating the Nature of Macedonia's Failing Political System

Political analysts, but also bloggers and social media users, have been debating Macedonia's backslide from democracy.

21 August 2014

Two Years Ago, Tens of Thousands of Macedonians Took to the Streets Against Poverty and Corruption

Macedonians are marking two years since the beginning of the "AMAN" protests that called for an end to social disparity and corruption in the country, one of Europe's poorest.

27 July 2014

Macedonian Authorities Claim Social Networks ‘Have Always Been Blocked’ in University Dorms

Residents of a state-run student dormitory in Skopje began an online campaign to expose the horrific living conditions. Then, access to Facebook and other websites was cut off.

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