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 ...
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