What’s Up In Iran? Getting Answers.

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When the Traditional Media TM seem too slow, or too far from the event, or too stilted, or too unwilling, it’s time for citizen journalism to take over. Journalism in 140 characters is a tough order.  But it works.  And it’s far, far ahead of the Trad sources.

To follow the events in Iran as they unfold, just click this tweetgrid.

This is great stuff.

h/t to TPM for photo

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  1. Oh.  and you can follow “thedavidseth” at twitter.

    Thanks for reading.

    • ANKOSS on June 15, 2009 at 8:13 pm

    The fact that the mullahs can’t fully shut down the Internet in Iran is an important historical turning point. It means the Net is so essential to modern life that it is an unstoppable means of circulating accurate information. This has dire consequences for propaganda-based regimes everywhere, even our own Obamaland.

  2. …also the central office of Basiji (regime’s militia enforcers) is reportedly burning – if true, could spell the beginning of the end for the Iranian government.

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