March 25, 2003

War Info Resources

As I've said before, I have no desire to make this a "warblog". I do seek out timely and reliable information on the war though, and have examined a number of sites, blogs and otherwise, during the last few days to identify resources that work for me.

The Internet doesn't always have the immediacy of TV, but what it does offer, (if the information is organized for you), is a "menu" of resources, both fact and opinion/analysis, that you can't get from TV, even if you are "channel-surfing".

A couple of blogs that aim to do that kind of synthesis and summary of war articles and information, and appear to be doing it well, are The Agonist by Sean-Paul Kelley, and Winds of Change by Joe Katzman. Check them out and see if you agree.

NRO has supplemented its blog, The Corner with another war-related blog by Jed Babbin. Combine that with the always readable David Frum's Diary, and throw in VDH and the other regulars at NRO and see why it is a daily "must read" for war facts and analysis, in my humble opinion, that is.

Instapundit, while not a warblog per se, does a nice job of keeping up with events as well, and I try not to let a day go by without reading what Andrew Sullivan has to say. OK, enough already! I've just suggested that you visit the #1 and the #2 weblogs on the planet. News Flash!

Posted by dan at March 25, 2003 9:47 PM