I have always stated that there is a place for print, even when it does not take paper manufactured from trees anymore.
Obviously nothing personal meant with this statement. I have always stated that there is a place for print, even when it does not take paper manufactured from trees anymore. I do not buy a newspaper anymore (but my wife does) simply because I don’t have an extra minute in the day to sit down and enjoy the read with a cup of coffee like I used to do in an earlier life.
But here are the reasons why I still love reading headlines, followed by an honest advice for newspapers and first generation webpage designers to prepare for a future without newspapers and desktop computers. Imagine that the kids born in the early 1990s are already outplayed by technological progress.
I hope you enjoy this as much as I do. Thanks for sharing Ric. Click on Images to Enlarge!
We may have to RETHINK the expression Social Media !!! A contribution from my friend Erik in Panama.
This picture was taken with a 70,000 x30,000 pixel camera (2100 Mega Pixels.)
These cameras are not sold to the public and are being installed in strategic locations. It can identify a face inside a multitude of people. There were roughly one hundred fifty thousand people at this event.
Click on the picture and use the zoom slider on the upper left to get in closer. Thanks for sharing Rick.
And this one came from my friend John in Utah even though this Cowboy’s real Tombstone was even cooler in my opinion. See Below