Egypt's Uprising: Tracking How Social Media Stirred Action

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News Group International, a Dubai based-news and information company, analyzed social media from and revolving around the Egypt uprising in Tahrir Square in January and Feb 2011. They discovered a new conversation rising, growing larger all the time and asking Arab people all over the Middle East and North Africa, "who are we and what will we be in the future?"

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