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Watch The Throne Tweets: Twitter Users React To The New Jay-Z Kanye West Album

Jake Bialer | October 10, 2011 | Culture
Jay-Z and Kanye West released their highly anticipated album Watch The Throne on iTunes Monday morning at midnight EST. Following the release, Twitter users began critiquing each track, 140 characters or less at a time. We thought that it would be interesting to look...

Google Plus: How Fast Is Google's New Social Network Growing?

The Huffington Post | Jake Bialer | September 11, 2011 | Technology
Facebook has over 750 million users. More than 200 million Twitter accounts have been created. So just how big is Google Plus, the social network Google launched to the public on June 28, 2011? Google has so far kept mum on the numbers, though Google executive chairman Eric...

Egyptian Protesters Fear Retribution, But Press On

The Huffington Post | Jake Bialer | May 25, 2011 | World
Though members of the Egyptian government have made some concessions, political activists remain worried about their safety and the future of Egypt. This will be especially true in the coming week, when many officials are expected to return to work. "The calmer things are, the more fear there will be...

Egypt Women Show Courage Participating In Mubarak Protests

Jake Bialer | May 25, 2011 | World
"If I wasn't pregnant, I would've just stayed home." Marwa Rakha told the Huffington Post by phone, explaining her attendance of the protests in Egypt while seven months pregnant. "I went out because of my baby. I owe this to him." Rakha, an adjunct professor...

Egypt Women Show Courage Participating In Mubarak Protests

Jake Bialer | May 25, 2011 | World
"If I wasn't pregnant, I would've just stayed home." Marwa Rakha told the Huffington Post by phone, explaining her attendance of the protests in Egypt while seven months pregnant. "I went out because of my baby. I owe this to him." Rakha, an adjunct professor...

Egypt Study Abroad Student Discusses Being Stranded During Protests: Exclusive Interview With Cornell's Carolyn Witte

Jake Bialer | May 25, 2011 | World
"All of the Egyptians thought this was just some protest and nothing really big was going to happen," Carolyn Witte told The Huffington Post in her twelfth hour stranded at the closed airport in Alexandria, Egypt. Three weeks into a Middlebury College Intensive Arabic study abroad program, the Cornell...
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