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In the beginning there was a blogosphere



Before 2004 In the beginning there were strange entities known as bloggers, these entities were without shelter and had no way to survive but to battle over distraught visitors.Scattered around the web, they longed for their savior.


In year 2004, it was the will of one man, a man who's vision was of great magnitude...Isam said "let there be a planet". And the pages of the Jordanian blogs started to shiver and tremble as the awesome power of aggregation beaconed it's way. "Let there be a planet" he said...and then there was a planet.

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