- @persiankiwi (Twitter) is a young Iranian student living in Tehran, trying to keep the rest of the world updated. They hop from proxy dial-up to dial-up, trying to stay connected and ahead of the Iranian government's blockage of most of the internet.
- @austinheap (Twitter) is out of San Fransico, and is keeping a list of viable proxies
for Iranians to use. There is also something about DDoSing the Iranian government's servers, I'll let your conscious dictate whether you think that would be helpful or not.
- @StopAhmadi (Twitter) is a Mousavi supporter who has good, current news and occasionally horrible pictures of the beatings the Iranian police are dishing out to their own people.
has a lot of videos up on YouTube from Tehran. Everything's in Arabic.
Much like the Bangladesh protests from a couple of years ago, I find myself watching this very closely. All I can do is pass the information along, so that no-one I know can say they didn't know.
Lots and lots of peeps on top of this, just want to point out a few highlights: