A margin of hope, a light in the dark forest, the first sign of a better tomorrow in this article in the Post.
"Bloggers from both sides of the border . . . have been providing live updates, commenting on one another's blogs and sometimes linking to posts by bloggers on the other side of the border," wrote Lisa Goldman, a Canadian-Israeli blogger and journalist, on her site On the Face six days into the war. "Will this turn out to be the first time that residents of 'enemy' countries engaged in an ongoing conversation while missiles were falling?"
I'm sure it is a false dawn but I was amazed to find someone saying something good about some bloggers at www.washingtonpost.com.