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Limited Book Selection in Lebanon? Kindle has the answer

Posted on Mar 26, 2014

I found myself when I settled back in Lebanon that there is a significant shortage of book selections in libraries, particularly Virgin Megastore and Librairie Antoine, which makes my enthusiasm to read books drop by the faint of all excuses: I can’t find my book.

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Lebanon Ranks 127th in 2013 Corruption Perception Index

Posted on Dec 4, 2013

We all know that corruption and red tape are great obstacles facing businesses (foreign and local) and hindering economic growth. To file practically any permit, a separate budget is often taken for-granted in order to hand the hard-working government employee his cut of the deal. While the system can work easily without the bribe, but the paperwork that usually takes 15 minutes to stamp and approve will take a remorse-less 14 days to rot in a drawer along with the rest of the incapable masses.

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BBM, Whatsapp, and Why You Should Switch

Posted on Oct 31, 2013

We have all followed BlackBerry for weeks trying to predict what the once tech-giant would do in its seemingly last steps in the business. Companies revered BlackBerry Service as a ‘perk’ rather than a mere communication tool. It nurtured a great loyalty that eventually BlackBerry couldn’t cash in, and look where it is now.

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Where’s My Internet?! [Infographic]

Posted on Oct 9, 2013

We all complain about the internet in our country, but Lebanon, as always, has a special case. While the necessary infrastructure exists to provide enough internet to meet demand, political deadlock and corruption keeps prosperity plans in the cabinets, far from seeing the light of day.

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The Positive Aspects of Being an Introvert

Posted on Sep 23, 2013

Introverts are everywhere. Everyone knows that person who finds comfort away from social gatherings and crowded raves. It’s the member that balls on the majority of events unless dragged by a dominating majority. It’s the typical pizza on a Friday night instead of hitting the bars and rocking the clubs. Yet there is more to discover in this silent, intriguing personality.

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How Twitter Reacted to Ahmad Al Assir

Posted on Jul 25, 2013

Following the latest events in Sidon and the clashes in Abra, Twitter resounded with hashtags and support for all kinds of parties, be it the Army, Assir, Fadel Chaker, or any other political faction. The global repercussions were evident in the hike in Lebanon keywords and hashtags, as world news agencies reported the notorious instability that smeared the Southern coast.

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Nicolas El Hayek located at Beirut, Lebanon , Beirut, LB . Reviewed by rated: 4.5 / 5