Today, September 19th 2012, The JR Express celebrates its second anniversary ! During this second year, there were n major changes on The JR Express but I should say that the posts quality improved a lot in terms of writing, topics, multimedia etc. I would like to thank my regular readers and supporters who, through their honest feedback, opened my eyes on where improvements should be made. I can’t but hope that the third year of The JR Express will be even better and that I will be able to post content more regularly!

To celebrate, as I did last year, I would like to give you some stats about the second year of The JR Express:

The top posts (according to number of views) during this second year are: [You can click on the title to check the post]

  1. W Hala2 La Wein (Where Do We Go Now ?) (2011) – Nadine Labaki
  2. Analyzing TIME Magazine Cover: Do You Want to Know a Secret? (Wikileaks/Julian Assange)
  3. Answers to All Your Questions Concerning the 3G Pilot Phase in Lebanon
  4. How is MTV Lebanon Dealing with the Digital Age ?
  5. He Will “Legally” Rape You – Stop Domestic Violence Against Women in Lebanon

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The top posts (according to number of comments) during this second year are: [You can click on the title to check the post]

  1. W Hala2 La Wein (Where Do We Go Now ?) (2011) – Nadine Labaki
  2. Answers to All Your Questions Concerning the 3G Pilot Phase in Lebanon
  3. The Effective Character Limit – Why Your Tweet Limit Should Be Less Than 140 Characters
  4. Creative Works in Tribute to Steve Jobs
  5. The New iPad and the New Apple TV: Their Features

A quick history note: This blog was created under the name of ExpressJR and had the following URL: thejrexpress.wordpress.com (This URL will still direct you to The JR Express). On June 19th, 2011 the blog got a new name “The JR Express”, a new design and a new URL: http://www.thejrexpress.com. Click here to know more about it.

A special thanks to all the readers and friends of The JR Express along with all the people who helped and supported me!

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