The country is thrilled and euphoric after their former President's recent move. The world has appreciated the nation and overwhelmed citing the increased power of Internet - the social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
As its being reported that these social network sites empowered Egypt's revolution.
A 26-year-old woman, Asmaa Mahfouz, who was so fed up with the authoritarian Mubarak-rule that she posted a status message on her Facebook account that read, "People, I am going to Tahrir Square."
The comment acted as a war cry for the distressed Egyptians and fueled their emotions to revolt against the Egyptian government.
Then there was another comment on Twitter which also worked as a spark to Egypt's protest - Google's Middle East Executive, Wael Ghonim.
Ghonim, who was detained once tweeted, "Pray for #Egypt. Very worried as it seems that government is planning a war crime tomorrow against people. We are all ready to die."
However, Egypt authority atlast released Ghonim.
Following Ghonim and Mahfouz online statements, Facebook and Twitter have watched a revolution in their sites demanding a freed Egypt and Mubarak's resignation.
Now, when the revolution has acquired its anticipated goal, anyone can observe the impregnable efforts of the Egyptians and how technology has become a vehicle for them to gain the goal.