Since you live under a rock, you've probably missed this whole "Egypt is in the midst of a possible revolution
" thing that's been going on for the past week. To catch you up: since Egyptians still have basically no Internet or SMS
connectivity, Google and Twitter have joined forces to give voice to the country's people
. Instead of connecting to the Web, people in Egypt can use a landline or cell phone (as service for those has been restored) to call one of three international numbers: +16504194196 or +390662207294 or +97316199855. They can leave a voicemail, which will then be automatically tweeted with the #egypt hashtag and posted to twitter.com/speak2tweet
. Other people can dial in to the same numbers or visit the Speak2Tweet page to listen to all of the voicemails.