My fascination with the power of the blogs is, surprisingly, still
upwardly trending. I have been blog-hopping for a while now and the amount of
information I’m getting from these sites is mind-boggling.
Anyway, today I thought I would share with you some recent blog
- Crossroads Arabia : This
is really a neat blog that focuses mainly on Saudi affairs. The person behind it is an American national who spent most of his life in the Arab world. It’s worth your time if you are interested in news from the Saudi Kingdom.
- Dave Barry’s blog: Yep, this highly-acclaimed American comic writer has his own blog. Isn’t life sweet?
- Chanad Bahraini: I have been following this blog for a while now and believe me when I tell you that Chanad is one of a kind. His coverage of the jailed Bahraini activist drama was really something else. He even posted audio and video from the demonstrations he attended. Two thumbs up!
- Mahmmod’s Den : Another Bahrani blogger who I think has one of the best blogs in the Middle East. His writings are whimsical, informative and lots of fun.
Will I ever get over my blog addiction? I highly doubt it!
Thanks for pointing me to those blogs! Most interesting.
English literature studies always include the first blogger(circa 1661), The Diary of Samuel Pepys. These personal perspectives on our world offer more truth than the historians will ever tell.