memeburn :: Egyptians have won the right, for the first time in 7000 years, to democratically elect their president. From the outset of the revolution Egyptians took to social media to express their opinions, thoughts and concerns. Public opinion was widely split; many Egyptians were not pleased with the candidates who qualified for the runoff, some boycotting the second round, however; millions still participated in voting and social media users became extremely active. It’s important not to overstate the role of social media in the revolution. Social media is mainly used by the middle and higher classes who have access to the internet.
Social media observations - Continue to read here Lara Fawzy, memeburn.com