The Digital Journalist
October 2007, Issue 120
Dispatches: Notes from the Field
This month our dispatches come from Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert exploring the ubiquitous use of cell phones in Tokyo and Carsten Snejbjerg reporting from Greece about the August wildfires.
by Marianne Fulton
E-Bits: Myanmar - Citizen Journalists
The end of September brought us to another new phase in world affairs, as we witnessed the chaotic situation in Myanmar.
by Beverly Spicer
Look Up, Down, and Around to Live
On Friday, July 27, five news helicopters in Phoenix scrambled to cover a car chase.
Plagiarism in the Digital Age
Now here’s a strange story.
by Peter Howe
Tech Tips
I'm wondering if you have access to a resource that could help explain a technical issue that seems to have a number of us confused.
by Chuck Westfall
Nuts and Bolts
Here are two reasons you shouldn't read this column - at least if you have limited time to spend on the Web. Instead, check out these sites...
by Bill Pierce
Common Cents: Stick Together
Seong Joon Cho was looking forward to graduating from school next year and starting a career as a freelance photographer.
by Mark Loundy
Noise Removal Made Easy With Amadeus Pro
Sometimes, using a big SUV to go to the corner grocery is overkill and a waste of gas.
by PF Bentley
A Letter From New Orleans:
Lessons in the Classics
During my simultaneous house restoration and television series production, I had been too busy to deal with the stove, what with alternating surprise bouts of plumbing and sound re-edits, and also the fits of depression that punctuated both processes.
by Jim Gabour
Me At Sundance
I'm sitting in the Continental lounge at the Houston airport on my way back from a fun weekend.
by James Colburn
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Letter from the Publisher
Welcome to the October 2007 issue of The Digital Journalist, the monthly online magazine for visual journalism.
by Dirck Halstead
Supreme Court Upholds Ruling For Peter Turnley, Harper's Magazine
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of photojournalist Peter Turnley and Harper's Magazine by upholding a March 2007 decision of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals...

Harper's Magazine:
The United States Supreme Court today upheld the March 23, 2007 decision of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in favor of Harper’s Magazine and photojournalist Peter Turnley...
Photojournalist Alexandra Boulat, 45, dies
Photojournalist Alexandra Boulat, 45, has died in hospital in Paris, agency VII said. She suffered an aneurism in late June and has been in a coma ever since.
Canon imagePROGRAF iPF6100 Printer
The introduction about a year ago of 12-color pigment printers by Canon was a major addition to the fine art and photo printing area.
by Jon Canfield
"Moments in Time" Book Tour 2007
Presentations by Dirck Halstead.
Announcing the 2008 PlatypusTM Workshops
Because of heavy demand, we are increasing the number of workshops for 2008 to five.
Local Media in a Postmodern World: Understanding the Yahoo! Consortium
The travails of the newspaper industry in the age of the Internet are well-documented, and few would argue that these are dangerous times for those who've made their living via the printing press.
by Terry Heaton
Through a Lens Dimly: Life Before Digital (One Last Time)
It had been snowing steadily all day. At some point, the snow had changed to rain and then back to snow. Typical for a Long island winter.
by Dick Kraus
A Reporter’s Life Wanting It
Recently, wrapping up a radio interview where, the tables being turned, I was the guest and not the interviewer, the hostess asked me a question I’ve never found easier to answer in my life.
by Eileen Douglas
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