copy meavi About Blogs of WarJohn Little has been breaking and explaining critical national security, intelligence, and technology stories since 2002. Blogs of War cuts through the hype and political spin to showcase experts in their field and to connect people to quality reporting about important world events.

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A Little History

I started Blogs of War in 2002 to chronicle the rapidly evolving War on Terror and gained widespread attention for beating the mainstream media to the story (more than once) during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Topics of interest include intelligence, technology (battlefield and infosec), national security politics, and counterterrorism.

While I do not actively seek the spotlight Blogs of War and some of my other projects have been covered by major media around the globe – CNN, Time, The Weekly Standard, Glenn Beck, Information Week, Slate, The New York Times, and many others. Some of them even say nice things:

“Blogs of War” and other sites sometimes beat traditional sources with the latest war news. – CNN

“The epicenter of warblogging…” – Internet and Social Change

“Blogsofwar’s Egypt Twitter aggregator is also a must-read, especially for those who can understand Arabic.” – Fast Company

Along the way, Blogs of War has been mentioned in a few books. It’s also been included in countless data mining and media research projects, historical archives, and college courses. These things are all nice but I’m most proud of the quality of my core audience. You’re the reason I keep doing this year after year.

About John Little

I spend a lot of time fusing technology and strategic communications. I’ve done that for customers like NASA, Lockheed-Martin, SAIC, Palm Computing, a few major automakers and a think tank or two. I love creating new things, innovative projects, and showing organizations how to exploit technology and communications to their advantage. I am always open to new opportunities so if you have a challenging project lets talk.

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