TED 2011: Wael Ghonim — Voice Of Egypt’s Revolution (Wired / Epicenter)

The recent uprising in Egypt that toppled the country’s long-sitting president had no leader and no single hero, according to Wael Ghonim, a Google marketing manager in Egypt and one of the revolution’s galvanizing forces. ReadWriteWeb:Zimbabwe tends to remain out of the media spotlight, despite having one of the worst and most enduring dictatorships in the world. One of the reasons for this invisibility is that its resident tinhorn, Robert Mugabe, has outlawed independent domestic media and refused to allow international media in.

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