As rockets fly and Israel calls up its reserves, the Gaza conflict is being waged in cyberspace as well as in the cities of the region. Here's a quick guide to tracking events through the twittersphere and local blogs.
Paul Danahar, BBC's Middle East bureau chief, is tweeting constantly. Jon Donnison is BBC's Gaza and West Bank correspondent. Dan Williams, senior Reuters correspondent in Jerusalem, is tracking events with frequent tweets. Reuters' Saqib Ahmed is a producer for the global online desk.
Lisa Goldman, an Israeli-Canadian blogger is following events closely at +972, an online news magazine. Another Israeli blogger is Doubletapper, though its grey text on black background makes it hard to read. Israelity offers news updates and photos.
Anonymous is also tweeting, including reports of Israeli institutions its says it has hacked in reprisal for Israeli threats to cut Gaza off from the internet.
Egyptian bloggers are understandably following the conflict very closely. Among them: Vancouver's Azza Sedky, who blogs at Egypt. Another is Zeinobia at Egyptian Chronicles. A third important site: The Arabist.
Crawford Kilian is a contributing editor of The Tyee.