Re-reading through many of the articles we have talked about this semester, it is easy to see how each of the different forms of media “fit” the issue they are discussing so well and that’s what makes them so successful. It’s a consideration of a million different possibilities: How will this message be carried? What should it look like? Who is our audience? Etc. This came across from me super clearly in Revolution 2.0 and the ways Wael Ghonim analyzed and utilized of language as such an integral part of his campaign. I would argue that paper tiger also works in a similar way, its message is coated in an authentic, DIY seasoning that really appeals to the audience at hand. I think this is such a valuable lesson in media making that every choice is so directed and purposeful and to consider each element as a brick that can either support the structure of a campaign to make it the strongest it can be or it can just fill the space.