Argentina: A website allows you to relive the revolution of May 25, 1810 in real time
Tomorrow, Friday is a holiday in Argentina, in commemoration of 202 anniversary of the May Revolution of 1810, events leading up to the process of independence.
With the contribution of the historian and tuitero Daniel Balmaceda ( @d_balmaceda ) site was created 1810 Revolution , which offers a first person view from each of the members of the revolutionary process of the May 25, through personal accounts of Twitter.
Within the site you can see a timeline with tweets of each of the heroes and characters that were central to the historical suceos as well as a background on the situation of the country and the world Balmaceda himself cured.
According to Max Gibelli, director of MG54, the digital agency in charge of the project, the idea was born a couple of months between work and talks almost like a game. Also, after seeing the experience of the initiative @ RealTimeWWII recreating the events of World War II, were inspired to start #Mayo1810, that despite the similarities with the project that inspired them, has a greater complexity as there are several characters involved with their opinions in first person, something that was very helpful input and journalistic rigor of the historian historic Balmaceda.
Link: A website allows you to relive the May Revolution in real time (lanacion.com)Tags: Argentina, History, May Revolution, Social Networks, Twitter