Tag Archives: Egypt

I’ll Bring The Popcorn

Watching and listening to the events in Egypt unfold last week, I was struck by a number of things.  That is, after the my emotions subsided, although they still have not.  I am so moved by what happened, and it … Continue reading

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Cats, Dogs and Egypt

Coming up with six or more ideas to submit to The New Yorker every week, I do ones that are not great.  Like the one above.  It’s a stupid joke, playing off the protests in Egypt. It’s one of those … Continue reading

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Risk Taking

We Americans try to understand and sympathize with what is going on in Egypt.  It’s hard, but the least that we can do is try, like this misguided woman in the cartoon above. An article in the New York Times … Continue reading

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The Revolution is Twitterized

I am “watching” the events unfold in Egypt with great fascination and trepidation for the people of Egypt. For the whole region.  What makes this fascinating for me is the inter-twinning of social media and journalism, grass roots signage and … Continue reading

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