A common theme in recent readings has been an analysis of social media’s effectiveness. There are authors that say Twitter is more influential because of the popularity it has built through word of mouth as opposed to actual outcome; there are those that say Twitter is the basis of revolutions across the world. This week, the authors looked at Twitter and other social media as it relates to the Arab Spring and more specifically the Egyptian Revolution. Do you see Twitter and Facebook as a primary source of these strong revolutionary feelings among the people? Does social media have these necessary strong ties both on and offline?
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