As many of us spent the weekend watching the important events of Egypt unfold, the Twitterverse played an incredibly vital role circulating information about what is actually transpiring on the ground. With the Internet effectively shut down by the Egyptian government, Twitter has stepped up support to ensure that the free flow of information be made a priority for those who have used the social networking service to post updates, pictures, and important minute to minute updates of what is happening on the ground (see the final Twitter link on this post for a timeline of what has been happening). Besides collecting some favourites for the week, I have been also following the reports and tweets concerning the vandalism that occurred in Cairo's Egyptian museum and have pasted a YouTube clip below from AlJazeera that shows footage and a report from the past several days concerning the event. The eyes of the world are watching....sending peace vibes to all.
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