The tweet by Tim Berners-Lee, the founder of the World Wide Web, at the Olympic opening ceremony, sets the tone for what has been dubbed the first "social media Games."The Syrian regime is reportedly deploying artillery and "warplanes" to Aleppo as the war with increasingly bold rebels for control of Syria's largest city intensifies.

1.The Syrian regime is reportedly deploying artillery and "warplanes" to Aleppo as the war with increasingly bold rebels for control of Syria's largest city intensifies.The Syrian regime is reportedly deploying artillery and "warplanes" to Aleppo as the war with increasingly bold rebels for control of Syria'.

2.Great Britain's Mara Yamauchi on BBC One speaking about her withdrawal from the women's marathon: "I had a heel bruise that I thought I was able to run on and manage. I was confident I could give it a go, but on the second corner it started hurting. I did my best, and it is not good to drop out in your home Games. I didn't want my Olympic journey to end like this. I thought about withdrawing beforehand, and I had much higher hopes, but sadly it wasn't to be."

3.Great Britain's Mara Yamauchi on BBC One speaking about her withdrawal from the women's marathon: "I had a heel bruise that I thought I was able to run on and manage. I was confident I could give it a go, but on the second corner it started hurting. I did my best, and it is not good to drop out in your home Games. I didn't want my Olympic journey to end like this. I thought about withdrawing beforehand, and I had much higher hopes, but sadly it wasn't to be."

4.Great Britain's Mara Yamauchi on BBC One speaking about her withdrawal from the women's marathon: "I had a heel bruise that I thought I was able to run on and manage. I was confident I could give it a go, but on the second corner it started hurting. I did my best, and it is not good to drop out in your home Games. I didn't want my Olympic journey to end like this. I thought about withdrawing beforehand, and I had much higher hopes, but sadly it wasn't to be."

5.Great Britain's Mara Yamauchi on BBC One speaking about her withdrawal from the women's marathon: "I had a heel bruise that I thought I was able to run on and manage. I was confident I could give it a go, but on the second corner it started hurting. I did my best, and it is not good to drop out in your home Games. I didn't want my Olympic journey to end like this. I thought about withdrawing beforehand, and I had much higher hopes, but sadly it wasn't to be."

6.Great Britain's Mara Yamauchi on BBC One speaking about her withdrawal from the women's marathon: "I had a heel bruise that I thought I was able to run on and manage. I was confident I could give it a go, but on the second corner it started hurting. I did my best, and it is not good to drop out in your home Games. I didn't want my Olympic journey to end like this. I thought about withdrawing beforehand, and I had much higher hopes, but sadly it wasn't to be."

7.Great Britain's Mara Yamauchi on BBC One speaking about her withdrawal from the women's marathon: "I had a heel bruise that I thought I was able to run on and manage. I was confident I could give it a go, but on the second corner it started hurting. I did my best, and it is not good to drop out in your home Games. I didn't want my Olympic journey to end like this. I thought about withdrawing beforehand, and I had much higher hopes, but sadly it wasn't to be."

8.Great Britain's Mara Yamauchi on BBC One speaking about her withdrawal from the women's marathon: "I had a heel bruise that I thought I was able to run on and manage. I was confident I could give it a go, but on the second corner it started hurting. I did my best, and it is not good to drop out in your home Games. I didn't want my Olympic journey to end like this. I thought about withdrawing beforehand, and I had much higher hopes, but sadly it wasn't to be."