Today marks the end of my third year of blogging! Through experience and thanks to your constant feedback and support I was able to grow much bigger which is what kept me motivated all year long. I’ve posted on average three posts per week lately and always try to be regular. For those of you who […]
I’m sure you are really excited to watch JOBS, a movie telling the life story of the one and only Steve Jobs! Well, guess what? With The JR Express, and thanks to T3 Middle East, you can win an invitation for two to watch JOBS on August 22nd at ABC Ashrafieh (Beirut, Lebanon) at 8PM with […]
Yekaterinburg is the fourth biggest Russian city in terms of population and it has a very poor quality of roads. Citizens and local media often complain about road holes but it has never shown efficiency. Ura.ru a local website decided to push it further and got street art artists to paint the faces of the governor, the mayor and the vice mayor of the city on three different potholes. A campaign that turned out to be efficient, getting politicians to actually solve that issue.
Wezank is a new project created by two Lebanese people: Maya Zankoul and Toni Yammine. It is a great way to visually explain your ideas through simple and fun animation videos. Wezank: Website – Facebook – Twitter – YouTube How It Works? The process consist of six steps that can be found on Wezank.com. Ideation: […]
Ipsos MENA released lately interesting statistics about the internet usage and consumption habits in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The numbers were presented at the ArabNet Beirut Conference 2013 by the regional president Elie Aoun. I gathered the most important numbers concerning Lebanon in an Infographic that you will find below. You […]