Egypt: Follow Map-Based Tweets About Egyptian Protests Through UCLA Project
As turmoil continues in Egypt, where hope met with anger Thursday as President Hosni Mubarak appeared to settle into his throne even as President Obama expressed optimism over a "moment of transformation" there, LA Observed points us to a fascinating project at UCLA that helps you follow a map of real-time tweets from Cairo and Alexandria. From the birthplace of the internet comes HyperCities Egypt.
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