From the daily archives: Monday, January 3, 2011

“The unidentified 26-year-old man tried to kill himself by jumping from the ninth floor of his building on West 45th Street near Eight Avenue around noon. The man landed on a pile of garbage bags that cushioned his fall, police said.” (AM New York, Jan. 3, 2011) Tweet

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Day 3 – 1.3.11 The Mob. Anger in Egypt Over Church Bombing. Week 1 Rules: Manipulate front page image. Document with iphone. Tweet

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2 different stories of course, along with an ad encouraging college next to the image of the prostitute.

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Newspaper television listings – Ode to Jasper Johns. Tweet

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This is a really interesting article on cell phones in prisons Outlawed, Cellphones are Thriving in Prisons by Kim Severson and Robbie Brown.  It gives a good case for both sides, even though cell phones are actually banned in prisons.  Prisoners can keep up illegal activities using smart phones while in prison, but they can also stay […]

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At the beginning of a new year everyone fusses over food, exercise, money and time. How do I get more, use less, do more, waste less, spend less and generally adjust behavior that is almost impossible to change. I’m slightly obsessed with time right now, and have been making work from daily activity charts (not […]

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page A7, NY Times january 2, 2010 thank you Yoko – this ad is a reason to read the paper and not just view it online. 40 years ago the War is Over! campaign was launched. see imaginepeace.com/warisover/ Tweet

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One of the ways I read the paper, as I did today, is through the images. I think in images so it makes sense to do this to me. I open up the paper and start flipping through and see what catches my eye. And by the end an impression, a mood, of what todays’ […]

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