Though Egypt has had its Internet services shut down for nearly a week Egyptians are still finding ingenious ways to get their message out. The video above of a young woman in Tahrir Square was shot today, where 250,000 gathered in anticipation of tomorrow's Million March and general strike.
And Google has added this new speak-to-tweet service today. A young woman in Cairo left this message.
"I just wanted to let the world know that we have been disconnected from our last point of communications from the internet. And there is strong word going around that we will again be disconnected from mobile phone calls.
Um, so I wanted to let everyone know in case you don't get any feedback from what's happening tomorrow, and I didn't want anyone to worry about us.
They did this before; the only difference is the last time they did this, I was completely freaked out. I was too scared that they are going to shoot us all and nobody would know about it.
This time, I'm not scared at all. I feel as if, like, I want to ask them 'bring it on!' We are excited. We are happy. We are going to be in Tahrir Square tomorrow. We are going to be huge and we are going to do our march and do our protest and Mubarak is going out. Be with us. Bye bye."
"We hope that this will go some way to helping people in Egypt stay connected at this very difficult time," the blog stated. "Our thoughts are with everyone there."
The numbers that people can call to get their word out are:
+16504194196 or +390662207294 or +97316199855
To check out all the voicemails as they come in, visit twitter.com/speak2tweet.