While elements of Tunisia's so-called Jasmine Revolution parallel other upheavals, no one knows for sure what makes for success when it comes to explosions of popular outrage.
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Twitter didn't become a billion-dollar company last week thanks to any single event or innovation.
It took a combination of small, crucial moments,...
As someone who since June has been witnessing the events in Iran virtually, I can vouch that the crisis as reported on Twitter and Facebook, YouTube and Flikr and iReports is anything but opaque.
Town Halls -- perhaps they should be renamed "Town Hates" -- have become the front lines of an anti-government revolt by various groups, including health care reform opponents.
Like in Gaza, the events that have unfolded in Iran remind us of the immense obstacles that stand in the way of democracy, tolerance, and respect for human rights.
As the Iranian government restricts journalists' access to events, the protesters have used Twitter's agile communication system to direct the public ...
With the Iranian government jamming cell phones and text messages and blocking access to many social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter has em...
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