As I publish this blog post, we're just a few hours away from the planned start time of mass protests in Egypt, possibly the largest yet in a week of historically large gatherings calling for Hosni Mubarak to step down from some 30 years in power. Alexis Madrigal at The Atlantic tells Boing Boing,
A Twitter follower stepped up to translate excerpts from the
Egyptian protest plan that's been floating around (the one that said
don't use Twitter or Facebook). We're only publishing excerpts -- i.e.
this is more general information and demands, not tactical stuff -- but
they are amazing.
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