The Monday morning scene in the Pakistan city where Osama bin Laden was killed, posted to Twitpic about an hour ago by Sohaib Athar, a 33-year-old Pakistani IT professional who unknowingly live-tweeted (@ReallyVirtual) the raid on bin Laden's compound. He suddenly has 12,000+ followers on Twitter. He tweets: "Interesting, I didn't think my name would trend on twitter before releasing a couple of rock albums and a few award-winning software..."
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