Anyone remember that Time Life book series from the late 80s and early 90s called “Mysteries of the Unknown”? They covered supernatural, creepy and unexplained phenomenon. I coveted those books like nobody’s business. I wanted them so bad I could taste it. If you were a teen or young adult of the 80s, even if […]
From 1940 to 1947 writer and artist Charles Henri Ford and film critic and writer Parker Tyler published View magazine.
I do have to step back and separate this from the current economic crisis and realize that the demise of the print newspaper may be inevitable. After all as we become an increasingly digitized society information that is changing by the moment does indeed lend itself to the medium. But there is still an in depth reporting and insight, a richness, to the printed newspaper that I don’t believe you will ever get online. Not to mention the importance of locally relevant stories.
Hey, you’ve seen an Inconvenient Truth. You know the deal. You aren’t going to be the one responsible for the polar bears not having ice to walk on. You probably already have made some environmentally conscious changes in your own life….
…now you want to take the next step and bring that green attitude into your work. But how you ask? This easy guide will help you get started on making your next print project a greener one.
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Pretty sure the only loonies who would believe this are the crazy conspiracy theorists on the right. Unfortunately, we've learned there are far more of them than we ever imagined. twitter.com/JYSexton/statu…
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Cracks me up every time. twitter.com/IndivisibleNet…