Thursday, July 14, 2011

An examination of how the Egyptian revolution started

"I would like to take you through the years preceding Egypt's revolution to demonstrate how years of technological innovation and social networking—online and off—laid the groundwork for Tahrir Square. The very genesis of online activism started in 2004 with the emergence of the Kefaya ('Enough') movement, followed by the emergence of oppositional activists in the Egyptian blogosphere."

This is a nice article that shows how ICA fits into a growing action.

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