PRODUCTION STILLS & SLIDESHOWS
- "Bohemia in the Tropics" "production stills" A1A Alan Rusbridger archival footage archival images Big Pine Key business business press Caribbean Dan Conover digital documentary Ernest Hemingway Escape to Dreamland Facebook Florida Florida Footage Florida history Florida Straits Gore Vidal Henry Flagler Hipstamatic history Hollywood Hollywood Beach Indian River iPad iPhone James Leo Herlihy Jay Rosen Jeff Jarvis Jim Brady Jimmy Buffett John Patton John Temple journalism Key West Key West Literary Seminar Knockemdown Productions Lewis DVorkin linkedin Miami new media newspapers New York Times Nieman on the road Overseas Highway PBS ProPublica Richard Florida Russell Banks sailing Social Media St. Augustine Stories from the Overseas Highway TBD Tennessee Williams The Gulfstream the keys thoughtful structures Tim Long Tourism travel twitter U.S. 1 U.S. historic highway U.S. historic road U.S. One Vadim Lavrusik video web journalism West Palm Beach YouTube
Monthly Archives: March 2010
I snapped this picture on a cross-country hitchhiking trip in 1973. Turns out, I was capturing the completion of the first of the Cabazon Dinosaurs built at the Cabazon exit off I-10 outside Palm Springs. Dinny (pictured below) is now … Continue reading
“The public’s telling us that they don’t find much value in most of what the current news industry produces.” — Robert Niles, Online Journalism Review Read Terry Heaton’s “10 Questions for Robert Niles” at Heaton’s blog, Local Media in a … Continue reading
Came across this again today on YouTube, it’s about a year old. A smart take on the fundamental misperception about the Web made by the major newspapers and other media companies. Ah, I remember it well.
From Poynter.org: Maybe what our online business model needs isn’t more whiz-bang, but some simplicity. Jim Coudal founded The Deck, an all-sponsorship, no cost-per-thousand ad network that is completely sold out. He was merciless in describing how newspapers sell online … Continue reading
The Interview Project is still going strong. David Lynch’s film crew is in Nebraska this week. Check it out.
At Le Tub on the Intercoastal Waterway in Hollywood, Florida.
A Jay Rosen question from his Context Manifesto: Why are we serving people the news without the background narrative necessary to make sense of the news? From Matt Thompson’s Context Manifesto: These terms I’ve been using – “intellectual framework,” “systemic … Continue reading
The Future of Context twitter stream.