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Links 1 through 5 of 5 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged Egypt

Kevin: A nice timeline from the New York times of the role that digital activism played in Egypt a year ago. It both shows how the events played out with a nice summary of stories with good visuals.

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Kevin: A good overview of online journalism, a mix of organisational and citizen journalism, efforts in Egypt after the ouster of Hosni Mubarak in February 2011.

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Kevin: The New York Times looks at how Al Jazeera is covering the anti-Mubarak protests in Egypt despite pressure from the government and seizure of their equipment. Their social media team (which I have worked with) is now reaching out to bloggers and other Egyptians who might provide eye witness accounts, pictures and videos of the protests.

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Kevin: A brief piece on calls from Al Jazeera to Egyptians to use blogs, social media and their own videos to help the broadcaster tell the story of the 2011 uprising. Al Jazeera's reporters have been detained, equipment confiscated and its signal disrupted.

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Kevin: Via Ryan Sholin. If anyone asks you the value of Twitter, here is a good example from the world of activist communication in Egypt.

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