USA Today reports that the Internet will revolutionize media coverage of the war in Iraq. What the article doesn’t mention is that weblogs are also changing the way that war is covered. Here are three weblogs worth visiting for up-to-date perspectives on the war:

Kevin Sites, a CNN correspondent, has a weblog with his account of a journalist’s life on the front lines — Kevin is also posting audio clips on the site.

Probably the most compelling weblog on the subject is Where is Raed? a site apparently maintained by an english-speaking resident of Baghdad. While we were watching reports of 40 missiles being sent to Baghdad last night, Where is Raed? was telling us about air raid sirens and explosions.