100 Egypts 4U

The G-B4A campaign could well become a test case for grass roots activism for Web2.0. Which, as Robert Sharpe says, are:

21st century methods being employed to hasten the release of Alaa Abd El-Fatah, who has been imprisoned for his part in a peaceful, pro-democracy protest

A lot revolves around deobfuscating the business logic of the algorithms used for scoring keywords in Google rankings. Sunny H might have a handle on it:

I could be wrong here, but my thinking is that a Google-bomb for the word Egypt to bring up the free-Alaa campaign would need something around 5,000 links using the word Egypt to bring it to the top of Google rankings when someone searches for that word. The second-ranked website currently, TourEgypt.net is ranked 7 and has 3,880 links for example. That needs to be topped.

That and orthodox ways of protest and activism wouldn’t hurt either such as planting your ass outside your nearest Egyptian Embassy. As for the Web2.0 component, here are a 100 more Egypt links from me:
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