The Digital Journalist
December 2006, Issue 110
Dispatches: Notes from the Field
In December we feature two Dispatches: The first by Erin Trieb on Kinky Friedman's spirited run for governor of Texas; the second, by Brent Stirton, covers a small portion of his work on AIDS for the Global Business Coalition Against AIDS/Getty Images.
Edited by Marianne Fulton
E-Bits: All's Well That Ends Well
English author Horace Walpole said that life is a tragedy for those who feel, but a comedy for those who think.
by Beverly Spicer
My recent week-and-a-half working in Africa actually made me feel better about coming home last Monday, since it is much, much scarier in Capetown than in New Orleans
by Jim Gabour
Tet and Iraq: A Corrective
I am about to comment on a column from many weeks ago by Thomas L. Friedman of The New York Times.
by Ron Steinman
The Changing Problem of a Journalist's Loyalty
The U.S. is experiencing an interesting bit of role reversal.
by Karen Slattery and Mark Doremus
Common Cents
The "Leftovers" and "The Good," "The Bad" and "The Ugly" features grew beyond their customary sizes.
by Mark Loundy
Tech Tips
I want to switch my color-managed workflow from Adobe RGB to Pro Photo RGB.
by Chuck Westfall
Gee... Thanks...
Since moving to Central America I've had the local rag and The New York Times delivered to my door every morning.
by James Colburn
Letter from the Publisher
Welcome to the December 2006 issue of The Digital Journalist, the monthly online magazine for visual journalism.
by Peter Howe
PhotoPlus Expo 2006
Our friends at Imaging Resource (a great source for camera reviews) visited PhotoPlus Expo last month; here's what they found interesting.
by Dan Havlik.
Gorillas in the Show!
I had read an article some months back about a new gadget called the Gorillapod, and thought, what a nifty idea...
by Joan Gramatte
Compression Session: Yes, I Do Windows
Every once in a while we who live in an all-Mac world must venture into the great unknown land of the PC.
by PF Bentley
TV News in a Postmodern World: The Changing Face(s) of Local News
In the early days of television news, the people who worked in the industry came out of radio or newspapers.
by Terry Heaton
Through a Lens Dimly: "Shall We Dance"
This isn't so much about dancing as it is about knowing something about your subject matter.
by Dick Kraus
Announcing the Spring 2007 Platypus Workshop
March 2-March 11, 2007, Brooks Institute of Photography, Ventura, CA
Announcing Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks to Turbocharge Your Day
Authored by our Executive Producer Gina Trapani. Available Monday, December 18th.
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