For the sake of this blog post, let us assume the following three premises are true:
1. The Internet is constantly evolving.
2. McCartney and Lennon were not lying when they suggested that things are getting so much better all the time.
3. I have an unbelievably large archive of photos of Beijing residents going crazy during the Olympics.
So, with that in mind, I tested out a newish multimedia collage program called VuVox tonight. The goal: to repackage a story I produced on Aug. 8, 2008, from Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Above, find the new version, which really needs to be viewed in full screen to be fully appreciated (or wide screen, via this link).
Below, you can find the original version of the story: “Tiananmen Square During Open Ceremonies.”