The Egyptian uprising has been described as a “Twitter Revolution”. It was not. Revolutions do not come out of thin air, or even cyberspace. But the internet provided a vital organising tool, and it gave us some of the most riveting real-time coverage ever recorded. The tweets were instant, and so emotional and exciting that anyone following them felt an intense personal connection to what had been happening across Egypt since 25 January.

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