Very visual blog post. Easy to make.
Really interesting look at language in America. Uses existing data. Able to produce strong product while standing on shoulders of others, and adding a new value layer. Bravo, Atlantic.
(Think about the NYT suddenly trying to launch a cable news network, and you get the idea. The New York Times is amazing at print. And TV networks are amazing at TV. But digital is different, and you can’t just shove square print and broadcast pegs in round digital holes.)
We spend so much time here making fun of chyron mistakes that we sometimes forget to give thanks for the serendipitous moments where on-screen graphics and live action work in hilarious concert.
Tap into the power of Reddit and you can create winning blog posts. Also GIFs continue to rule.
Twitter needs no introduction. But it wasn’t always so for the “blogging-like tool for quick updates” (2006), which grew into “another leading social network” (2013). Below, I’ve culled some of the many thousands of times Twitter has appeared in the New York Times, from its first year in 2006 to the wall-to-wall coverage that accompanied…
Very clever approach. Dap.