Interesting read from the Washington Post about a woman in Darfur who publishes a newspaper by posting one copy on a tree:

In this dusty market town in northern Darfur, a lucky few with satellite dishes can get news of the war surrounding them from CNN or the BBC. Others rely on a tree.

For the past 10 years, Awatif Ahmed Isshag has handwritten monthly dispatches and commentary about life in El Fasher and hung them on a short, wiry tree that scatters shade along the yellow-sand lane by her house.

We’re not all enjoying the fruits of the Internet age, eh?