Communication during the first night of the coup: another case study

pawoot.com wrote a short article (in Thai) talking about chat and instant messenger on September 19 night.  This piece also appears on blognone.com.  One of the most interesting points is about his own website, pawoot.com. He was an eyewitness when the military was moving into central point.  He took pictures of what he saw and uploaded on his website right away.

He said within 6 hours, there were many ten thousands people visiting his website, comparing to 500 – 600 people per day in general.

He also realized the power of social networking and the Internet in that period of time.

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