I understand he wants to show his gratitude but I think this is a step too far.
via Tech Crunch
Cultural relativity is an amazing thing. While American parents worry about their kids being on Facebook, Egyptian parents are naming their kids “Facebook” to commemorate the events surrounding the #Jan25 revolution.
Cairo, Egypt (CNN) — Embattled President Hosni Mubarak’s three-decade authoritarian rule in Egypt could possibly come to an end Thursday night, CIA Director Leon Panetta told the U.S. Congress.
She did a much better job than Sarah Palin.
I heard some official on CNN say these guys were from the tourist areas and were angry that tourism is being destroyed for months to come. This footage is absolutely riveting and if you guys do not think this shouldn’t be covered extensively on this blog you are buggin. Anyway check out what happens to the last guy on a horse to come charging through whipping people.
Things are really out of control and this may just be the beginning, if these people are given a more present voice in how their country is run.
You guys surprised? I am not because that same killswitch exists here if things were ever go to massive protests across this country.
via Gawker/Adrian Chen
Egypt’s apparent blocking of Twitter and Facebook amid fierce protests this week was nothing: Now it appears they’ve blocked the entire internet, as well as text messaging. It’s got the whole world watching and wondering: What’s next?
Protests continue in Egypt and this raw video shows you how serious and deadly things have gotten. Hit the jump for the raw video.