Here in the United States, we're debating whether it's right to call these "twitter revolutions
Their use of the microblogging site led some to dub the action against Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the re-elected Iranian president, a "Twitter revolution
" and made the Iranian election one of the top "trends" on the site this year.
Seemingly overnight, the Western media were consumed with talk of a "Twitter Revolution
," spreading hope that the internet (and social networking in particular) would bring democracy to autocratic states the world over.
THE Queen has joined the Twitter revolution
, Buckingham Palace revealed yesterday.
We've seen the Twitter revolution
in Iran, which is not only confronting the government there but allowing average Americans to have direct electronic connections with protesters on the streets of Tehran--to act, in a way, like micro-diplomats.
Now some of Merseyside's most notorious figures have caught on to the Twitter revolution
- Knowsley's baboon colony..
<p>The Twitter revolution
is just beginning in the federal market.
Although the news media have tended to describe the 2009 uprising as a "Twitter Revolution
," this moniker poorly reflects the main modes of popular communication during the events that followed the election.
Beatrice Karanja, head of Portland Nairobi, said: "We saw the pivotal role of Twitter in the events in North Africa last year, but it is clear that Africa's Twitter revolution
is really just beginning."
Top Tweets this week @NWL_fc Netherley Woodlane have joined the amateur football Twitter revolution
, so give them a follow and lets hook the whole thing up.
Las Vegas, NV, August 22, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Warren Whitlock, best-selling author of Twitter Revolution
and Profitable Social Media will join Kate Buck, founder and CEO of social media management consultancy KBJonline to give attendees of Digital World Expo a rapid start in social media profitability.
Modern foes of tyranny have grasped the potential of Twitter as a way of bolstering support for their cause and warning dissidents of imminent danger.
THE Twitter revolution
takes another spin with the debut this month of Rod Millman's juvenile filly Tweet Lady, who has already been dubbed 'The People's Horse', writes Rodney Masters.
Glenn Beck - living proof that pregnant women shouldn't do LSD - apparently sees the Twitter Revolution
as a choreographed performance behind which the Brotherhood will dance its way to power, and as a first step toward bringing everything everything from London to
Western governments now speak of democracy in the region -- as if there were ever a genuine concern; commentators speak of the next regime to fall -- as if every Arab country is a duplication of another; and technology bloggers are celebrating another 'twitter revolution