Building a Parallel Web During Egypt’s Revolution

In September 2009, Ziad Sultan decided that the world wide web needed more democracy.  “People talk about social media but I don’t see it as a conversation. It’s just a bunch of people tweeting at each other,” says Sultan, 29, who is now the CEO of the Boston startup Marginize. Sultan thought that voices critiquing a particular webpage in real time – through Twitter, Facebook or Google Buzz …

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