Do as they say, not as they do: Iranian leaders block Twitter yet remain active users
Twitter is not for all in Iran, according to some.
Iranian Minister Says Government ‘Never Promised’ to End Web Censorship
Rouhani's government does not seem to have a coherent policy on access to information. Facebook is filtered in the country, yet President Hassan Rouhani and many in his cabinet are among the most savvy and popular Facebook users within Iran.
Source: Global Voices Online
Can Qatar, Saudi Arabia ease tensions at Gulf Cooperation Council?
It’s the gravest diplomatic crisis the Gulf Cooperation Council has ever faced — but as leaders from the six-member Arab alliance prepare to meet in Jeddah, are things about to get even worse?
Source: The Gulf Blog
Twitter Suspends Thousands of #ISIS Islamic State Fans, Anti Iraqi Government Activists and Independent Iraqi News Accounts
Supporting beheaders is not allowed on Twitter and ArabCrunch has a serious problem with this censorship.
Source: Arab Crunch
Brain During Meetings
Let's face it- meeting are boring! But we don't need to tell our minds that because the moment that boardroom door closes, they have a field day of extraneous wondering!
Source: Ink on the Side