You Got A Gift - Online Gift Card Mall

Gift cards are sometimes quite handy when looking for a gift. Some may argue it makes a gift a bit less personal and consider it a “lazy” option but, at least you are letting the receiver chose his/her gift him/herself. Yougotagift.com is an online mall for gift cards in the Middle East. Operating in Lebanon, Qatar […]

Save The Music - Save The Cedars

I had no idea that trees generate their own beat! Derek Sherley, a bioacoustic engineer, and his team were apparently able to extract rhythm out of Lebanese cedars in the Barouk forest. I don’t really know how they did it but apparently it is authentic. Those raw beats were then used by Ribal Rayess (DJ […]

Mea New Menu

My latest Middle East Airlines flight from Beirut to London turned out to be much more interesting than expected: The Lebanese airline just released a brand new design for their inflight menu! You may wonder why a new plane menu would make a flight more exciting. Well, MEA is maybe not the best airline in […]

The Grandparents Frame Johnsons Baby

Johnsons Baby Middle East are running an interesting campaign entitled “The Grandparents Frame“. It’s based on the following insight: In the Middle East, a lot of people leave their country to live abroad but, grandparents usually stay home and thus, don’t really see their grandchildren growing. Of course today, with the technology advancements it’s less and less […]

JOBS poster

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 […]

Bashar Assad Instagram

The actual Syrian president, Bashar Al Assad, joined Instagram (@syrianpresidency) on July 24th. Syria has witnessed a civil war  for more than 2 years now and it seems the president’s team have got some time to create and manage an Instagram account. This means they believe they can achieve quite interesting political objectives through this: […]

Arab Media Use Stats Feature

Northwestern university in Qatar published the findings of a survey about media use in the Arab world. It was conducted with around 10,000 respondents from Lebanon, Qatar, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Tunisia, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. You can check all the information about this survey, its methodology and the text documents on http://menamediasurvey.northwestern.edu. You may […]