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INFOGRAPHIC: Facebook Growing In Middle East, North Africa - Posted December 10, 2012
Facebook is continuing to grow, shooting past 1 billion users, but where are these people coming from? A new report from social statistics firm Socialbakers shows that many of them are coming from the Middle East and North Africa region, which accounts for an average of 21 new registration... [AllFacebook]

Biden Bests Ryan On Facebook During Fiery Vice Presidential Debate - Posted October 12, 2012
The only debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Republican vice p... [AllFacebook]

CNN's Arwa Damon Visits U.S. Consulate in Benghazi: 'It really is such a chilling scene' - Posted September 14, 2012
CNN senior international correspondent Arwa Damon, in Libya covering the spreading anti-American protests in the Middle East, reported on her visit to the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi this afternoon. "The buildings have been completely gutted, many of them burned, the walls scorched black, debris all over the floor," she described. Watch: ... [FishbowlLA]

NATO Monitors Twitter to Gather Data Concerning Lybia - Posted June 17, 2011
Social media is taking another turn in its diverse trends toward monitoring and culling intelligence in order to track down and counter military operations. Read more at [10,000 Words]

Meet 'Producer Matthew' Keys: Aggregation Journalist - Posted March 21, 2011
Uprising in Egypt. Earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Missile strikes in Libya. Major news has broken in every corner of the world during the past few weeks. In that time, Matthew Keys has proven himself to be a must follow for the latest from these hot spots. ... [10,000 Words]

With Obama in Brazil, Clinton in France, and news from Libya, no slow Saturday for News Nets - Posted March 19, 2011
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Ready for Renewable Energy? Reegle Semantic Search Portal Wants to Help - Posted March 14, 2011
Has there ever been a better time to think about renewable energy, what with the uprisings in the Middle East and Northern Africa and the nuclear reactor meltdown fears in Japan? For those financiers and gov... []

Al Jazeera Launches Twitter Dashboard to Track Uprisings - Posted March 8, 2011
Al Jazeera has launched a Twitter Dashboard on its blog today which tracks Twitter keywords and hashtags, the number of tweets, and other information about how people are using Twitter to communicate during the uprisings in the Middle East. ... [AllTwitter]

Al Jazeera Tracking Tweets from Egypt, Libya, Yemen, and Bahrain with Twitter Dashboard - Posted March 8, 2011
Al Jazeera has introduced a Twitter dashboard to chart the news and tweets about the revolts in Egypt, Yemen... [FishbowlDC]

Egypt, Libya Revolutions Drive in February - Posted March 1, 2011
The revolutions in Egypt and Libya helped push to a 10 percent traffic gain in February compared with the year-earlier month. During the first three days of the month, Egypt helped drive the cable new... [WebNewser -]

Twitter/Google Maps Mashup Highlights Protests in Libya, Bahrain - Posted February 22, 2011
A tech-savvy engineer has developed a Twitter/Google Maps mashup app to display in near-real-time tweets about the protests in the Middle East and North Africa from people on the ground and ... [AllTwitter]

Libya Cracks Down on Clever .ly Domain Names - Posted October 6, 2010
Startups with clever .ly domain names such as and could have their Web addresses pulled out from under them if the government of Libya, which controls the .ly domain space, objects to their content. Online entrepreneur and consultant Ben Metcalfe wrote Wednesday that his registration of the domain, which... [WebNewser -]