Storified by The Stream · Wed, Oct 26 2011 22:00:12
The Stream recently covered the first "tweet nadwa" (or tweet symposium), a discussion on the future of Egypt held both online and in person, but based on the rules of Twitter conversation. Online, questions were limited to 140 characters. In person, responses were limited to 140 seconds. The first tweet nadwa focused on the role of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt's future. The second tweet nadwa was held on June 21st and looked at the origins of the country's revolution to make sure its motivations are not forgotten.
Hashoooo shared this picture of the crowded venue.
Husseinelsaid shared this live stream of the tweet nadwa.
Mosaaberizing was among many live tweeters at the event. Here are a few topics and opinions highlighted from the discussion.
The in-person interpretation of Twitter conversation wasn't limited to short statements - Linaattalah posted this picture of "how a retweet looks in real life."
Participants shared their hopes and plans for the country's future.
Overall, most attendees had positive things to share. Here is what people said after the tweet nadwa ended.
Dima _Khatib said:
Another tweet nadwa is planned soon.
You can follow this story using the hashtag #tweetnadwa. Also - you can watch our segment on the first tweet nadwa, which focused primarily on the role of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Did you attend the second tweet nadwa? Do you plan to attend the next one? Tell The Stream about how effective you think these events are on Twitter or Facebook.
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