Around the weblogs 1. There's a new Turkish-language IP blog though, as this Kat understands, there will be English summaries of the posts too for the benefit of non-Turkish-speaking readers. It's called IP Era and you can check it out here. The brains behind this blog are Baran Çakır and his friends, who are all Turkish students. The IPKat and Merpel wish them the best of luck. Another new blog on the block comes from Hungary: it's the Védjegy Blog ("Mark Blog", according to Google Translate) and it's composed by the Kocsis & Szénássy Ügyvédi Iroda law firm, Budapest. You can check it out here. The text is mainly Hungarian, but there's some English there too. Merpel wonders whether, given the fact that Hungarian and Turkish languages have some points of similarity, some lucky Turks might be able to understand the Hungarian blog, and vice versa ... Finally, the IPKat congratulates katfriend and occasional guest blogger Jani Ihalainen on the first birthday of his own blog, IP Iustitia. Merpel notes a Finnish surname here and wonders: isn't the Finnish language related to Hungarian too?
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