Street Art of the Day

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Street Art of the Day
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A trompe l'œil mural painted by Egyptian graffiti artists over a military street barrier makes it "disappear."

[boingboing.]

Second Egyptian Uprising News Update of the Day

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Second Egyptian Uprising News Update of the Day
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Second Egyptian Uprising News Update of the Day: In a story reminiscent of UCLA math student Chris Jeon's sojourn among rebel fighters in Libya, three American college students were arrested in Cairo for allegedly throwing firebombs at securit

Kids Foresee The Darndest Revolutions of the Day

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Kids Predict The Darndest Revolutions of the Day: Last year, filmmaker Ramy Rizkallah (Bye Bye Mubarak) and animator Emad Attia Botros joined forces to create a short film about Democracy aimed at "teach[ing] it to the younger generation of Egypt."

They interviewed kids from a local youth center, asking them to define the t

Under Construction Page of the Day

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Under Construction Page of the Day
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Under Construction Page of the Day: The Egyptian Presidency website, much like its real-world equivalent, is presently "under development and reconstruction."

Interestingly, as Typophile notes, the site's webmaster decided against the obvious choice of "Papyrus" for the temporary page's font -- instead opting for "Algerian."

[typo

ICWUDT of the Day

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ICWUDT of the Day
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ICWYDT of the Day: New York Post's Mummy-of-All-Front-Pages doesn't bury the lead in its tut-tutting of former Egyptian president Mubarak.

[buzzfeed / image: newseum.]

All The Way Across The Sahara of the Day

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All The Way Across The Sahara of the Day
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All The Way Across The Sahara of the Day: "Double Revolution with rainbow" by POG.

The freedom meme never gets old.

[@xenijardin.]

This Is Historic, You Should Watch It of the Day

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This Is Historic, You Should Watch It of the Day: Bye, Bye Mubarak: 20 minutes after Egyptian VP Omar Suleiman officially announced President Hosni Mubarak's abdication, filmmaker Ramy Rizkallah grabbed his camera and hit the streets to document the celebration.

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