· March, 2006

Stories about Lebanon from March, 2006

The Lebanese Bloggers This Week: Less Politics, More Diversity

  26 March 2006

This week has seen a flurry of varied and interesting posts in the Lebanese Blogosphere. It seems a month of observing the dull and disappointing national dialogue has left the Lebanese bloggers wanting to break away into the realm of more exciting material. So if you want to know more...

This week on the Lebanese Blogosphere: Mom, Dad and God.

  19 March 2006

While the squabbling in the National Dialogue continues, the English side of the Lebanese Blogosphere went on about the various intricacies involved. Ur Shalim observed the similarity between the Lebanese Civil war and the nascent Iraqi one, while Across The Bay and Beirut To the Beltway delved into the various...

Lebanon: Low Internet Penetration

  16 March 2006

Middle Eastern audiences are literally disconnected from the rest of the world and the rest of their countrymen. Less than four per cent of people in the Arab world are internet users, according to ITU data. The penetration rate is just 3.7% – in a region with an 8.59% penetration...

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