Video: 1h Blogumentary

Have a look at this one hour documentary on blogs.

… BLOGUMENTARY playfully explores the many ways blogs are influencing our media, our politics, and our relationships. Personal political … all » writing is the foundation of our democracy, but mass media has reduced us to passive consumers instead of active citizens. Blogs return us to our roots and reengage us in democracy. Shot in candid first-person style by director Chuck Olsen…

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More information at the Blogumentary web site.

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