Maybe Levi Johnston and Palin Hit Pieces Are Next? It’s encouraging. People like you are buying this great story and I didn’t have to storm off a TV set in faux outrage, threaten to sue anyone or do a shirtless dramatic reading (trust me, thank goodness for your sake!). And yet I feel almost certain [...]
Saturday night a Tweet came in from Jason (@dragonfire1024) moments before I was to shut down the computer for the night. “Mass arrests, reports of tear gas (unconfirmed) at #occupywallstreet @UKProgressive” clearly the message made me hang in a bit longer. Having spent 18 days watching Tweets from Tahrir Square in Cairo past midnight each night, I was used [...]
That question has been asked repeatedly over the last five months as I would tell people of the 16-hour days spent crunched over this keyboard. Ahmed Mohamed & Omar T. explain why in 10 brilliant minutes. (Have the tissues ready, you will need them.) Also, this video doe show scenes that are not suitable for [...]
There was a famous US auto repair telly advert where a sinisterly grinning mechanic said, “you can pay me now… or you can pay me later.” Those who doubt whether the Arab Spring was successful need only view this morning’s joyous photos of rebel fighters taking control of Tripoli to see that while it may [...]
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(UPDATED) The trial resumed for a brief hearing on 15 August then recessed until 05 September to allow defence attorneys more time to prepare. The judge also ruled that television cameras would not be permitted back in the court when hearings resume. ================================ Last week a frail and gaunt 83-year-old former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was [...]
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Egypt is a land of mystery many long for the chance to discover. Filled with rich historical treasures and pristine beaches, it is a place of heroic accomplishments. For 18 days, the world watched spellbound as young technology-inspired heroes, awoke a nation causing it to rise up and topple a brutal dictator. Converting Cairo’s Tahrir Square [...]
New book by Denis G. Campbell is nearing publication. Tracks the 18-Days of the Egyptian Revolution from its start on 25 January, a national police holiday, and ends with the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak on February 11th. Using social media, the pro-democracy youth of Egypt inspired the world to watch and cheer.
Denis G. Campbell is a UK-based journalist and entrepreneur. In Egypt Unsh@ckled he guides the reader through an epochal journey of young patriots seeking freedom against unspeakable evil and ridiculous odds. The 18 Days of the Egyptian Revolution were retold through his news analysis and database of Tweets, Facebook posts, RSS feeds, YouTube videos and photos [...]