A YEAR ago - on January 25, 2011, a revolution broke out in Egypt. The world watched as tens of thousands of protesters gathering in Tahrir Square demanding political and economic reforms and ultimately toppling longtime Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak.
In Wael Ghonim's new book, Revolution 2.0, he maintains that the January 25 movement in Egypt was a leaderless revolution. He details his experiences leading up to and during the Egyptian Revolution, and lays out the way revolutions might look in the future.
>Read a Fast Company interview with Mr. Ghonim