About Mohamed ElGohary

Global Voices Online Lingua Coordinator, Advocacy Author and Arabic Lingua Editor. Web2.0 preacher and blogger.

Recent Activity

  • Mohamed shared from Consent of the Networked: The Worldwide Struggle For Internet Freedom by Rebecca MacKinnon
    February 2011, Timothy Karr, campaign director of the US-based free speech organization Free Press, uncovered that the Egyptian government had purchased DPI technology from a company called Narus, based in Sunnyvale, California. Narus’s most successful product, NarusInsight, which according to the company’s website helps “network and security operators obtain real-time situational awareness of the traffic traversing their networks,” won a US Department of Homeland Security award in 2010 at the same time that the State Department was quietly urging the Mubarak regime to accelerate democratic...
    Note: How US Gov is helping Egypt for #InternetFreedom
  • Mohamed shared from Consent of the Networked: The Worldwide Struggle For Internet Freedom by Rebecca MacKinnon
    Democracy was never advanced by people asking politely.
    Note: Democracy was never advanced by people asking politely.
  • Mohamed shared from Consent of the Networked: The Worldwide Struggle For Internet Freedom by Rebecca MacKinnon
    “Google is much more popular in China than the USA.”
    Note: google is much popular in china than the US
  • Mohamed shared from How to Be a Writer: Building Your Creative Skills Through Practice and Play by Barbara Baig
    A writer is not so much someone who has something to say as he is someone who has found a process that will bring about new things he would not have thought of if he had not started to say them. — WILLIAM STAFFORD
    Note: Freewriting - Advice
  • Mohamed shared from How to Be a Writer: Building Your Creative Skills Through Practice and Play by Barbara Baig
    try to follow this advice from the American poet William Stafford: “The correct attitude to have towards any words that come to you is, ‘Welcome, welcome.’”