Recent Links – 2.14.09
February 14, 2009
I don’t intend for this to be such a link dump, but here are a few that have piqued my recent interest.
With the advent of the “Whopper Sacrifice,” Facebook friend deletions — and the anxiety they raise — become public.
For anyone who doesn’t watch “30 Rock”, now’s the time to start. No wonder my mom doesn’t trust Wikipedia.
Okay, so this one should speak for itself in terms of its sheer cholesterol-laden audacity, but even more notable is its spread.
Wow. This is an incredibly thorough interactive package on the aftermath of a major bridge collapse in the Twin Cities. How thorough? They have stories from 78 of the 84 vehicles that sank into the river or stayed on the bridge.
Great NY Times discussion between documentarian/UW alum Errol Morris and the head photo editors from Reuters, AP and AFP (French news agency) as they analyze photographs taken during the Bush administration. It’s a pretty interesting article on a number of fronts, including perception of the photographer and audience, story composition and the practices of pool photographers.