There has been much talk about facebook and twitter revolutions in the Middle East, but given the internet's rather low infiltration rate in Yemen - I think roughly 200,000 lines* - this begs a question: can you have a revolution without the internet?
There is, as I said yesterday, still much to be decided in Yemen and I don't think anyone knows, which way it will go at this point. But at some time in the next few weeks there will, I think, be a "big event," one in which the protests either pass the point of no return or fade away. This hasn't happened yet in Yemen. But one way or another - either for Salih or against him - it is coming. What the event is and which way it will go, will probably only be discernible in retrospect. But as I keep saying the next several weeks are critical
*Note: the 200,000 lines can be a bit misleading in determining how many people in Yemen actually have access to the internet, thanks to internet cafes and line sharing.