Here is a sum up - a long list of blogs, blog posts and newspaper articles which I've been referring to the past month. All related to the revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa - most of it - seen from an African perspective.
Far from full list, and I'll keep updating it! But maybe still useful for others:
24.02.: The tragedy of Africa
22.02.: SW Radio Africa news Zims urged to follow Egypt, Tunisia & Libya’s lead
21.02.: Thought Leader, South African Mail & Guardian 'Why a revolution in Zimbabwe is destined to fail'
20.02.: Hvad er sandsynligheden for at revolutionerne spreder sig til Afrika?, an update I made in Danish for the development site U-landsnyt.dk.
17.02.: One of my own blog posts: Sum Up: #Explosions in #GombolaMboto, #DaresSalaam #bombsindar (about the use of social media when other media are silent)
16.02.: Zimbabwean journalist contemplates in South African newspaper: Cairo-style protest not for Zim
10.02.: One of my own blog posts: Revolutions? What does East Africa say?
06.02.: Tanzanian newspaper: ‘Tunisia wave’ to spare none, analysts warn
03.02.: Newspaper article: Africa's Despots Write Open Letter to Ben Ali
01.02.: Andrew Mwenda from The Independent in Uganda: Lesson for Uganda from Tunisia’s crisis
28.01.: One of my own blog posts: On change, activism and revolutions and social media. How do I manage my fascination?
25.01.: One of my own blog posts: Non-violent Struggle Multi-Media Library. What did we learn from Serbia?
19.01.: One of my own blog posts: A new breed of techno-savvy politicians in Africa?
01: One of the first blog posts linking Tunesia to Tanzania: Isle of Peace into Pieces: A Call To Disarm
(Danish) Information's interview with Srdja Popovic: ’Jeg er en omrejsende ballademager’ Check Srdja Popovic' English website Canvasopedia, a non-violent struggle library, where the initial experience comes form the Serbian resistance movement, Otpor.
Jillian C. York writes about free expression, politics, and the Internet, with particular focus on the Arab world. She works at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and writes for Global Voices Online.
Feel welcome to add on!