We've all seen what Twitter users can do, but something else that would rattle the Iranian coup leaders would be a website that contains a constant stream of still pictures from important locations all over Iran. If such a facility was set up, the pictures could show a country under extreme surveillance. Just one Google group (open to the public) can hold 100MB of small pictures, and it would be easy to have multiple groups for various locations in Iran for various politicians' daily movements etc. Photos wouldn't need to be dramatic. They would only need to show that hundreds of Iranian residents are watching, recording and uploading images. Obviously privacy would be an issue, so ordinary residents faces shouldn't be shown in certain situations - especially where an image could cause a person a problem. Anyone outside of Iran could set up a Google Group like that in a few minutes.