Saw this is the season opener of Showtime’s Homeland.
Nothing looks more suspicious these days than to pick up a newspaper in a hotel lobby and “read.”
Tip to spies, G-men, and bad guys: You want to look inconspicuous in a hotel lobby?
Use your smartphone like everyone else.
Seth Meyers nails it with this parody: Newspaper Movie
The eternal TV show, Jeopardy had a bit of a Newspaper theme during tonight’s show:
Although the categories were newspapery sounding, only, the first category, NEWSPAPERS, really was about newspapers.
Can you answer these?
Some how, it seems like an appropriate time to look back at the National Sleaze from Shoe comic strip.
Facebook friend of mine posted this on Facebook last week when we had some rare, heavy snowfall here in the ATL. The old-school newsroom multi-tool — the Pica Pole.
She recorded 30 picas. At my house it was closer to 50 picas.
Just love the header image that The Doginton Post uses for their weekly review of news. If you’re interested in news about dogs head on over.
The Daily Dog. Bark bark bark bark!
I was walking out my local international food market when I noticed the rack of free publications near the door. They are usually full of hispanic “shopper” magazines and newspapers, but this rack contained only Russian-language publications.
RussianTown magazine is the only free Russian-language publication printed and distributed in Atlanta, Florida and the whole southeastern United States.
RussianTown covers news, politics, culture, sports, health, technology, and history from around the U.S., Russia, and the world.
So thumbing through I noticed this full-page story about maybe a Russian painter? Or perhaps peasant life? I do not have a clue, but what caught my eye are the arrows to the art and lack of cutlines.
I’m thinking all those years where I had to make room for cutlines, or started one with “Clockwise from top …” where I could have just draw some arrows!