Then there are some worthy examples. I like this "infographic" from the Vancouver Film School entitled Iran: A Nation of Bloggers, which details a burgeoning community of young Iranian bloggers. While short, the video is concise and profound as it contrasts oppression, hope, and revolution in Iran as a nation with the social significance of blogging as a conduit for change. The imagery is appropriate and smart, yet engaging and fluid, too. A great piece of student work.
"Iranian blogs," it suggests, "are the true voice of the next generation. They are nothing less than a revolution within the revolution".
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