In my previous post I made some comments that I want to revise.
The Lebanese blog aggregator run by Rampurple is a major public service. Yes it runs every single post by every single blogger, Lebanese, half-Lebanese, visited Lebanon for a while. Yes the posts can be dizzying in number and diversity. But if you care about Lebanon and you like to read, well, you can find treasures there. Rampurple runs this aggregator as a service, and without it, our understanding of Lebanese blog world would be much poorer.
I discover new blogs on it all the time, and then have to remember to bookmark the individual blogs so I can find them again.
The aggregator publishes descriptions of the demonstrations that I would never get in either the mainstream or the alternative media I read. So Lebanese Blogs is an essential part of understanding the situation.
Thank you, Rampurple.