Egypt + Twitter resources

The following online resources were submitted by your colleagues for this assignment.  Please note that all of these URLs were last consulted on 10 April 2011.

“Giving a voice to the turmoil in the Middle East via Twitter.” Memeburn, 28 Mar. 2011. Web.

“Egyptian Army Signals Mubarak Resignation As Democratic Protests Overturn 30 Year DictatorshipM.” Mind-Changing Politics. 11 Feb. 2011. Web.

Abbas, Milani. “A Note of Warning and Encouragement for Egyptians.” The New Republic website.

Alexander, Anne.  “Internet Role in Egypt’s Protests.” BBC. 9 Feb 2011.

Banks, Emily. “Egyptian president steps down amidst groundbreaking digital revolution.”  11 Feb. 2011.

Cohen, Noam. “Egyptians Were Unplugged, Uncowed.” New York Times.  20 Feb. 2011.

Cook, D. “Why John McCain used Twitter to take on Hosni Mubarak.” The Christian Science Monitor. 6 April 2011.

Conway, Evan. “How Wired Are Egyptians?” PBS News Hour blog. PBS: Public Broadcasting Service, 31 Jan.

Cowie, James. “Egypt Leaves the Internet”. 27 Jan 2011.

Crovitz, L. Gordon. “Egypt’s Revolution by Social Media”. Wall Street Journal Online 14 Feb. 2011.

Fielding, Nick & Ian Cobain. “Revealed: US Spy Operation that Targets Social Media”. 17 March 2011.

Fisher, William. “Egypt’s Army Being Severely Tested: Can Brutal Old Habits Be Unlearned?” The Public Record. Web. 08 Apr. 2011.

Gallagher, Ian.  “Egyptian police use Facebook and Twitter to track down protesters’ names before ’rounding them up.’ Daily Mail. 6 Feb. 2011

Gladwell, Malcolm. Does Egypt Need Twitter? The New Yorker. 2 Feb 2011.

Gaudin, Sharon. “Social Networks Credited with Role in Toppling Egypt’s Mubarak.” Computer World 11 February 2011.

Gustin, Sam. “Social Media Sparked, Accelerated Egypt’s Revolutionary Fire.” 11 Feb. 2011. Web. 10 Apr. 2011.

Hartley-Parkinson, Richard. “Baby Named ‘Facebook’ in Honour of the Social Network after Egypt’s Revolution | Mail Online.” Mail Online. 21 Feb. 2011.

Heaven, Will.  “Mubarak steps down. But let’s be clear – Twitter had nothing to do with it.” The Telegraph. 11 Feb. 2011.

Herrera, L.  “Egypt’s Revolution 2.0: The Facebook Factor.”  Jadaliyya. 12 Feb. 2011.

Hudson, John. “The ‘Twitter Revolution’ Debate: The Egyptian Test Case – Global.” The Atlantic Wire.

Ibrahim, M.  (2009). Peeling the onion: The case of the Information Technology Club  project in Egypt. Dissertation.

Jarvis, Jeff. “Facebook, Twitter, and the Egyptian Revolution « Media and Tech.” The Faster Times. 13 Feb. 2011.

Kessler, Sarah. “Twitter Blocked in Egypt As Protests Turn Violent.” Mashable. 25 Jan 2011.

Kirkpatrick, David D. “Egypt Erupts in Jubilation as Mubarak Steps Down.” New York Times. 11 Feb 2011.

Kravets, David.  “What’s Fueling Mideast Protests?  It’s More Than Twitter.”  Wired Magazine. 27 Jan. 2011.

Mackey, Robert. “Video Shows Deadly Raid on Cairo’s Tahir Square.” New York Times: The Lede Blog.  9 April 2011.

McCarthy, Caroline. “Egypt, Twitter, and the rise of the watchdog crowd.” CNet. 11 Feb 2011.

McLaughlin, Andrew. “Egypt’s Big Internet Disconnect.” The Guardian Online. 31 Jan. 2011.

Morrison, Thomas. “The Powerful Effects of Social Media in Egypt.” Social Media Optimization. 21 Feb 2011

Michael, Maggie, and Lee Keath. “‘Egypt Is Free’ Chants Tahrir after Mubarak Quits – Yahoo! News.” Yahoo! News. 11 Feb. 2011.

Naib, Fatima. “Online Activism Fuels Egypt Protest – Middle East – Al Jazeera English.” AJE – Al Jazeera English. 28 Jan. 2011.

Naughton, John.  “How Twitter Engineers Outwitted Mubarak in One Weekend.”  The Guardian.  6 Feb. 2011

O’Dell, Jolie. “How Egyptians Used Twitter During the January Crisis.” Mashable. February 1, 2011.

Olivarez-Giles, Nathan. “Noor Group, Egypt’s Last Internet Service Provider, Shuts down” Los Angeles Times.  31 Jan. 2011.

Olson, Geoff. “From McLuhan to Mubarak « McLuhan Galaxy.” McLuhan Galaxy. 27 Feb. 2011.

Oreskovic, Alexei. “Google launches Twitter workaround for Egypt.” Reuters. Thomson Reuters, 01 Feb 2011.

Sifry, Micah L.. “Did Facebook bring down Mubarak?”  11 Feb. 2011.

Snider, Laura. “Q&A: Gigi Ibrahim on ‘Inside the Egyptian Revolution’ Panel at CWA ”  Daily Camera Online. 6 Apr. 2011.

Sutter, John D. “The Faces of Egypt’s ‘Revolution 2.0′” 21 Feb. 2011

Warschauer, M. (2003). Dissecting the “Digital Divide”: A Case Study in Egypt. The Information Society, 19(4), 297-304.

Williams, Christopher. “How Egypt shutdown the internet.” The Telegraph. Jan. 2011

Wheeler, Deborah. “Empowering Publics: Information Technology and Democratization in the Arab World-Lessons from Internet Cafe’s and Beyond.” OII Research Report No. 11. 1 July 2006.

Woods, Andrew K. “These Revolutions Are Not All Twitter.” NY Times. 1 Feb. 2011

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