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Two things happened this past week. One of them made national headlines, the other, for reason that aren't clear, didn't. I have a feeling, though, that the events are related.
If the popular demonstrations going on in Iran right now turn into a full blown revolution—and it's getting darn close—it may well go down in history as the Twitter Revolution...
The Iranian government has blocked Facebook and Youtube and banned foreign journalists from covering the protests. But they could not shut down Twitter. Twitter has become Iran's lifeline to the outside.
Social media enables each of us to become an online publisher, influencing what others read, think about and discuss.
Not all deaths make it to the news, and not all drug addicts die. But when they do, it become our responsibility to ensure that their death was not without a lesson for the living.
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