Ukraine

posted by PP on 2004/12/14 15:17

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Maybe the upcoming, new Ukraine Anthem arised in the weeks of the "Orange Revolution". Via the Varyform-Website (exists also in English) you find Links to more than 20 Mirrors with this Rap/Song, encoded in mp3. Via Mouse-over-Effect you will find out, which Server is the nearest one.
Via the Polyfunia-Website you can even find the polyphon Ringtone for you cellular Phone in different formats like .wav, .mid etc.
And here below you find the Symbol of the democratic Movement.

It is, btw, quite astonishing, how much Pop-Culture comes up in this Ukrainian "Revolution": Rap-Songs, Logo's, a consistent Colour (and it is Orange!), Ringtones, excellent Websites with Flash, orange Ribbons, so many allusions etc. And this has certainly nothing to do with "Coolness"-Links like this one.





http://www.kakanien.ac.at/static/files/30922/orange_ribbon.gif


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