Resources for Today’s Discussion on the Internet’s Role in the Egyptian and Tunisian Revolutions

February 15th, 2011

Update: New stories added 3/8/2011

As mentioned earlier, I’ll be on Digital Politics Radio at 3:30 Eastern this afternoon to discuss the role of the internet and social media in the North African revolutions. In addition to Epolitics.com’s own How Social Media Accelerated Tunisia’s Revolution: An Inside View, here are some recent news articles for background:

Thanks to Ivan Boothe, Laurie Erlam, Andy Carvin and others for passing these around in the first place. See also these pieces linked in earlier Epolitics.com Quick Hits editions:

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  • 1. Madrantz  |  February 21st, 2011 at 3:36 am

    Thank You for mentioning my article. I hope you find something more I can offer in the future.

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