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Links 1 through 10 of 186 by John Niedermeyer tagged media

“I'm a designer and developer from Washington, DC. Currently a front-end engineer for Vox Media and a co-host of the DC Sass Meetup.”

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“For too long, the formula of online news has been a spine of text that media elements hang off of like a sad Charlie Brown Christmas tree, competing with ads and widgets for attention.” Admirable aims, but I’m not sure MSNBC.com solves it.

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“Lost in the catastrophic aftermath of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill is the gripping tale of the rig workers and the Coast Guard crewmen who rescued them. Sean Flynn re-creates their long, harrowing, heart-pounding night.”

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“A customer review posted by Sub-wayfarer said, The Scoop ‘should be called “The Scoop -- Manhattan and Brooklyn.” Good, but like the rest of New York media, focuses almost exclusively on trendy places in Manhattan and Brooklyn while ignoring all the great, authentic, cheap eats in the other boroughs.”’

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Phil Gyford: “I’ve made a new thing, Today’s Guardian, a website that features today’s edition of the Guardian (or the Observer on Sundays). Hopefully it’s as easy to browse through today’s newspaper as it would be with the print edition. It’s made using the Guardian’s Content API.”

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Joshua Benton surveys the field of news apps, at the launch of the iPad.

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“In June of this year, The New York Times unveiled a major redesign of their Sunday magazine, the first in almost a decade, and one of only a handful ever in its more than 100 years. Under the leadership of Design Director Arem Duplessis, a more lithe version of the magazine (smaller by about 9% in trim size) has been greeted with much appreciation around the design community for its subtle transitions of typography and color palette that exude new energy while staying true to the NYT Magazine everyone knows and loves (and obsesses about).”

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