The eternally slick pro-SADR iteration of Western Sahara Online (perhaps best known for beating its evil twin brother in the Western Sahara Smackdown) has gotten even better with an attractive redesign.
WSO has always looked professional compared to most of the Sahrawi web, but the new redesign makes its resources easier to access. Check it out: there's a list of headlines in the center, with a top stories slideshow on the left and a collection of articles on the negotiations on the right.
You'll also notice a slick blogroll for Western Sahara blogs. I'm claiming credit for this because I sent an email to Khatry, WSO's webmaster, pointing out that he hadn't linked to One Hump.
I'm glad to see Western Sahara Online is back in fighting form. Next up for a redesign: ARSO. That layout might've been cool when ARSO launched in the ARPANET days, but it's time that they sex up the cause with some interminable Flash intros.
All this talk of websites makes me wish SADR had a better web presence. The Union of Sahrawi Writers and Journalists is a step in the right direction, but SADR has a long way to go before finding out about Western Sahara is easy for the average person.
As for the less reputable Western Sahara Online? It's limping along, thanks for asking. It would probably feel better if it could figure out how to get higher up on Google searches for Western Sahara than the fifth page, though.