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2.24.06 FREE by MJMMore than 8,500 Flickr pics sport a newspaper tag, but I only need a handful of them to show you why I'm so eager for publishers (all mainstream media really) to keep evolving.
“Web Two Point Ode to Newspapers”Whether it’s a slow news dayor one we’ll never forget;newspapers start it all.
Newspapers help feed us andoffer many practical uses.
We can count on newspapers tomake us laugh as weponder a six-letter word for habitual.
Some newspapers are free,most are thought-provoking, butnone are perfect.
They are an inspirational, visual feastthat can show us the story creatively.
They are brought to us bypassionate people andthey provide a common thread across cultures.
Newspapers are a part of our history.What will the future bring?
tags | public relations | PR | media relations | media | newspaper | Flickr
Posted on 04/28/2006 at 03:02 AM in Consumer-Generated Media, Media, Visuals, Web/Tech | Permalink
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I don't carry any of your enthusiasm for the industry. I read an occasional one and find the stories always a day behind that which I find online.
Their own spiral into creating the news, bias and talking down to the rest of the media world, makes me anxious to be rid of them as soon as possible.
Gary Bourgeault (bizofshowbiz.com) |
04/28/2006 at 09:52 PM
GAry - Trust me, I'm sure you are not alone...it's what inspired me to write this. Thanks for stopping by.
Kevin Dugan |
04/29/2006 at 07:53 AM
I really enjoyed this blog. I carry some nostalgia for print media, but like Gary, it's fading in the rearview of my click stream.
Michael Denton |
05/15/2006 at 11:08 AM
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