Communicate Levant just released their book of tens 2015 which includes comprehensive lists of everything that happened in Lebanon last year from viral campaigns, YouTube hits, epic media mistakes, promising local startups, bad outdoor ads, only-in-Lebanon images, ten hilarious people to follow in Facebook, ten hashtags that should be banned, ten most popular local TV […]
Picture via Joe BlogBaladi was among Communicate Magazine’s Top 10 Lebanese Blogs in their “2013 book of tens”. The supplement includes Top 10 of viral campaigns, copycats, local videos, blogs and other social-media related topics. Other blogs mentioned (in no specific order) include: – Beirut Spring – A Separate state of mind – Plus961 – […]
BlogBaladi was featured once again in the October 2011 Communicate Levant issue. This time, the post mentioned was the one entitled “Answering Lebanon’s Ministry of Tourism ads“. You can check out the other fellow bloggers mentioned [Here].
BlogBaladi featured in the Communicate Levant Edition Magazine in its February 2010 edition. This is the second time we are mentioned in the Blogosphere section of the magazine.
Just found out via the blog This is Beirut that Blog Baladi was one of the Lebanese blogs featured in Communicate Magazine. That’s pretty cool. [Link]
The New York Times published a list on the World’s coolest, Most Cultured New Malls and featured the new Aishti contemporary museum that opened back in October 2015. I’ve been to that new complex a couple of times and it’s truly amazing inside. The 35,000 square-meter complex includes one of the largest contemporary art museums […]
One year ago, I shared a lengthy post on the Telecom Ministry’s 2020 plan and mentioned that fiber optics are expected to be deployed within 5 years while 4G/LTE coverage was expected to all over Lebanon. Fiber Optics: Both the Telecom Ministry and Ogero were committed to implementing this plan but the illegal internet case […]
The Ministry of Culture officially launched on Wednesday the Virtual National Museum of Modern Art in Lebanon. This is the first museum of its kind in Lebanon and will feature over 800 artworks including paintings and sculptures from different Lebanese artists. I was invited to Rome for a couple of days to attend the opening […]
I got an email yesterday from a Lebanese University student asking me for a recommendation letter. I thought at first the letter was for my brother since it said “Dear Dr” and he’s a doctor but it was actually addressed to me. I replied and asked the student where he got my email from and […]
Screenshot taken from the song – Panique bil parlement Just like #YouStink demonstrations apparently need to have an etiquette in Lebanon, participants in the National Dialogue session have to abide by a set of rules and regulations in order to make the most out of these sessions. Here are some of them: – Your convoy […]