It's pretty cumbersome, but it'll work in a revolution: Google launched an Internet-free workaround for Twitter users in Egypt, whose Internet and cell phone service has been disabled. "Like many people we've been glued to the news unfolding in Egypt and thinking of what we could do to help people on the ground," Google announced in a blog post. Working with engineers from Twitter, Google developed a call-in system that allows users to dictate messages over a landline, which are then transcribed and posted. Dozens of the voice-to-text messages were featured on Twitter on Monday. Sources said Google, whose company motto is "Don't be evil," was not taking sides in the Egyptian revolution, but was acting to aid the free exchange of information.