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  • But the common strand in the more economically advanced Tunisia and Egypt, observers in these countries say, is that demonstrations have started largely among Internet-savvy, middle-class citizens.

    Arab Unrest Spreading

  • Citing some of his country's advantages—a strong education system, a population more Internet-savvy than most, and a regulatory regime in which a business can be established in a mere five days front-runner Singapore achieves it in three—he says: "We have what it takes to come out of the crisis stronger because we are a tolerant society, excellence in technology and filled with talent."

    Cutting Costs and Dreaming Big

  • Mumbai -- Venture capitalists find personal finance websites attractive, and see opportunities in these start-ups that attract young, Internet-savvy Indian consumers looking for mortgages and help with filing taxes.

    Personal Finance Pages Attract VCs

  • Students 'understanding and use of such technologies provide a great opportunity for us as teachers -- the challenge of supporting the use of Internet-savvy language in the classroom.

    Lessons

  • But the opposition has also been competing with a small but persistent group of Internet-savvy activists, who have promised in recent days to organize their own protests.

    Anti-Mubarak Protests Flare in Yemen

  • Internet-savvy Chile taps Twitter following earthquake ...

    Coffee Break: Chile taps Twitter; Google snaps up Picnik

  • In Cairo, Friday's demonstrations were planned by a loose grouping of opposition parties that had planned rallies on Tuesday, largely by spreading word via social-networking sites to Internet-savvy young Egyptians.

    Egypt's Regime on the Brink

  • The grassroots demonstrations that ousted Tunisian strongman Zine el Abidine Ben Ali were fueled by a young, Internet-savvy generation of bloggers.

    Internet Powers Tunisian Protests

  • Some of the president's comments were aimed directly at the Internet-savvy voters who used services such as Facebook to help him get elected in 2008.

    At Facebook Town Hall, Obama Goes on Offensive

  • Inspired by the do-it-yourself drive of the 1970s punk-rock movement and the success of modern, Internet-savvy groups such as Britain's Arctic Monkeys, who used the Web to build a large following before even signing a recording contract, the band raised more than $2,000 in donations through California-based fund-raising site IndieGoGo, which provides a platform for film students, aspiring athletes and the like to generate funds they need to follow their dreams.

    Sanctions Put Rock Band in Hard Place

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