More remarkable than the election protests in Theran in June 2009 was the embrace of a popular myth that those demonstrations were the result of a novel microblogging platform named Twitter. This unit examines the technology, hype, psychology and history of "The Twitter Revolution."
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The Iranian Election on Twitter: The First Eighteen Days, Web Ecology Project. (Researching quantized social interaction)