When thinking about the Meikle reading and his idea on open publishing and the use of technology I think it would be interesting to look at the intended use of Facebook, the medium in which Wael Ghonim created Revolution 2.0. The literal revolution that Ghonim created online, on Facebook, reaching masses of people all over the world is an intense and serious global awakening that originated from the opinion and action of one person on their own computer on a social networking site. The original intention of the same site that Ghonim used was for Ivy League college student to find peers to date. His Facebook page “We Are All Khaled Said” has such a grander and more important purpose than its host in its creation. What do you think about the mix of intentions and the change of the use of Facebook from its creation in 2007 and the myriad of possibilities the site offers today?