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· June, 2009

Stories about Technology from June, 2009

The Irony of Iran's ‘Twitter Revolution’

When the dust settles down on the Iran election crisis, we will see that Twitter was more useful as a media tool and not as an organizing tool.

Cuba: Lessons from Iran

Iran: Mass media propaganda against internet sites

Uruguay: Daily Users of Internet

Guyana: Domestic Violence Tweets

Russia: U.S. Ambassador's Blog

Bahrain: Bloggers Meet

Japan: Mobile social network

Cuba: Welcoming “Granpa”

Slovakia, Czech Republic:

Pakistan: Virtual Bloggers Meetup

Trinidad & Tobago, Bahamas: Online Poetry

Japan: Copyright Law amendment

India: The Twittering Minister

Bahrain: What Happened To Bahrain's Blogs?

Brunei: Anti-corruption blog

Kyrgyzstan: U.S. airbase launches Twitter account

Russia, U.S.: Reactions to WSJ Story on Web-Savvy Homeless

Earlier this month, Russian social networking portal featured photos and some translated text from the May 30 Wall Street Journal piece on the online presence of the U.S. homeless...

Mapping Iran’s Blogosphere on Election Eve

John Kelly and Bruce Etling share their study about Iran's blogosphere and election on the internet and democracy blog. Internet and democracy is the team blog for the internet and...

Bahrain: From Blogger to President

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