Egypt Protest
Egypt Protest
Egypt Protest

With the majority of Internet connectivity shut down during the protests in Egypt, activists are finding other ways to communicate. Landline phones, fax machines and ham radios are being utilized to push information out to the rest of the world. Egyptians are even distributing faxes that include instructions for making a modem out of a mobile phone. Read the full article at computerworld.com

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"Egypt’s Internet Cut Off" by @ShellyPalmer

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