Alan Taylor of The Atlanticâ€™s InFocus has posted 37 photos of North Korea by David Guttenfelder. He was granted unprecedented access to parts of North Korea as part of the AP’s efforts to expand coverage of the isolated communist nation.
I now know where Saskatoon got their inspiration for their downtown zoning bylaws.
Alan Taylor, who created The Big Picture as a side project at the Boston Globe has moved to The Atlantic Monthly where he is curating a new photoblog called In Focus for them. Regular readers of the site (and staff at work) know about my passion for The Big Picture and itâ€™s nice to see Taylor getting rewarded for his efforts. I am not sure if the Boston Globe realized what they had with that site and I was surprised they let him get away and basically do the same thing with another paper.
While I am on the topic of media and photos, check out what the Oregonian has done with Flickr. The Oregonian is posting all the photos that go with stories in the paper to Flickr. Now one odd thing is that they donâ€™t link their photos to the stories online but if they did, they could drive readers to their site and at the same time give a greater visual sense of the story with photos on Flickr that didnâ€™t make the cut.
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