One thing that can't be avoided is that the current situation is just that bit less exciting than those heady days of November 2004, with far smaller protests.
The Neeka's Backlog blog is continuing the work it did on the Orange Revolution, but remains mindful of the differences.
One entry shows a picture of restaurant tables out on the streets all of 100 metres from "where the biggest political crisis in the former Soviet Union is currently taking place", adding:
"And the only reason the tables are empty is because it's kind of cold outside - not because it's dangerous or something."
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Got mentioned in the Guardian Unlimited News Blog, at the very end of a roundup by Peter Walker: