It so appeals to my subversive streak.
Just link to "Egypt" with this bit of code:
<a href= [put in inverted comma here] http://freealaa.blogspot.com/ [put in inverted comma here] >Egypt </a>.
Not only can you can help to free an imprisoned blogger in Egypt, but you can help to subvert Google so that it directs any searches on "Egypt" to the blog publicising the arrested blogger, Alaa, an Egyptian pro-democracy activist.
He got arrested, along with a bunch of 47 fellow activists at protests supporting two Egyptian judges who've been put on trial by the Egyptian government after daring to expose fraud in recent Egyptian elections.
Alaa and Manal, his wife, co-run Manal and Alaa's bit bucket, an aggregator of Egyptian blogs. That's them in the photo, though I'm not sure whether it was taken in Egypt. Alaa is also a technogeek activist who is central to work being done to create cost-free tools to enable Egyptian and other Arabic language bloggers to get easier access to an internet dominated by English.