Tunisia, Communication, and the Internet

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One Response to “Tunisia, Communication, and the Internet”

  1. Simon Says:

    I think it is fair to label the events in Tunisia, “Revolution2.0” because it was the social networking apps on top of the physical internet infrastructure that got things to the tipping point i.e. Power of the collective will of the mass of the people Greater Than the Power of the authoritarian dictator over the armed forces and the police.

    Paraphrasing something I heard somewhere else…

    Back in the 60’s when they sang “The Revolution will not be Televised” ( http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xpqut_the-revolution-will-not-be-televise_music ), who knew that in fact “The Revolution WILL be Tweeted” 🙂

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