The Washington Post has an article about where to get your truly-up-to-date-online-internet-blog-fix about the the war:
The Internet is brimming with so much Iraq war commentary that a crop of new directories has sprouted to help people sift through it all.
Among them are Warblogging ( <a href="http://www.warblogging.com" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://www.warblogging.com', 'www.warblogging.com']);" >www.warblogging.com</a> ) and Warblogs:cc ( <a href="http://www.warblogs.cc" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://www.warblogs.cc', 'www.warblogs.cc']);" >www.warblogs.cc</a> ), group efforts to summarize and link to what netizens and mainstream media are writing about the war. </blockquote> Personally, I like Warblogs.cc’s <a href="http://agonist.org/" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://agonist.org/', 'The Agonist']);" >The Agonist</a> who seems to not do anything all day except blog about the war. <div id="themify_builder_content-1023" class="themify_builder_content themify_builder themify_builder_front">