A Facebook spokesperson says they haven't seen changes in traffic from Egypt despite reports to the contrary
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This guy, at the Edwardian Ball in San Francisco this past weekend, sure knows how to make a splash at a party
An amateur recounts how he captured a protest image from Cairo's Tahrir Square
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Another Arab country's activists struggle with the promise and peril of social media sites
Ninety-six years ago today, a milestone was reached, yet its two endpoints have been forgotten over time.
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You already met the single-letter elite, Twitter users from @a to @z, now read about their much stranger cousins, @1 through @9
Can you spot the difference? Hey, you gotta do what you gotta do.
Ever since the AOL days, few things have been as lame as a username that's too long. Meet the elite: Twitter users with single-letter handles.