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Thoughts on media, culture, and the world-at-large bubbling up from the dusty corners of my cluttered mind
May 15, 2011
The Crew

Bridesmaids was marketed like a raunch-com centered on female friendship and the absurdities of weddings, but there's a whole lot more going on. The film's wide-ranging (and, to some, surprisingly cross-gender) appeal appeal is based on something far more universal.

Posted By Saralyn on/at 4/30/2010 04:58:00 PM

I'm currently working on a paper about digital storytelling and selected projects on zefrank.com (including a telephone interview with the creator, about which I am absurdly nervous).  Then end product of that project will hopefully be a website incorporating pictures, links, and video into my academic text and (whether that works out or I end up doing a simple Issuu style format) will be linked to through this blog.  For now, however, I have a video to share with you from zefrank.com.  It is for all of you, but is dedicated especially to my classmates working on their own digital storytelling papers or projects:

View the video on the original website at www.zefrank.com/social_network (there isn't an embed option with the original video, so I had to sneak away to YouTube to be able to share it here...)

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