On Monday morning, November 28, 2011, Egyptian voters lined the streets all over the country waiting for essentially their first chance at freedom. Although weary of the true outcome, citizens were orderly and compliant as they waited to vote for the first time at the end of tyrant Hosni Mubarak’s 20 year long reign. As the world waits for the election results, we reflect on the phenomenal social events that took place in Egypt over the past 11 months.
Back in February, social media platforms Facebook, Twitter and YouTube were the key technological factors contributing to the first ever Social Media Revolution. Egyptians used these tools to communicate with friends, family and supports to spread their message of freedom. Although the Egyptian government tried to gain control and oppress country’s people by regulating internet usage, industry giant Google and mobile technologies helped moved the revolution forward. And within 3 week’s time, social media freed a nation and connected the world; one post at a time.
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