from David Rohde:

Will a billion ‘selfies’ cause us to miss history?

By David Rohde
December 18, 2013

This week, Ron Haviv described to me the first time one of his photographs changed history.

from MediaFile:

The Yahoo chronicles. Needs: new CEO. Has: new Flickr app

September 28, 2011

Yahoo opened the doors to the bunker on Wednesday, inviting reporters to its San Francisco outpost even as the company faces a barrage of questions about its future.

from Entrepreneurial:

Flickr founder looks to strike lightning again

By Guest Contributor
August 20, 2011

-- Connie Loizos is a contributor to PE Hub, a Thomson Reuters publication. This article originally appeared here. --

from Tales from the Trail:

Counting population: Census road tour begins

January 4, 2010

Road trip!

The Census Bureau on Monday launched the "2010 Census Portrait of America Road Tour" to reach out and convince everyone living in the United States to be counted in its once-a-decade population survey, which can alter political districts and affect where billions of dollars in federal funds are spent. USA/

from Reuters Editors:

Content, convergence and creativity

October 7, 2009

The following speech was given at the Association of Online Publishers conference in London on October 7. Chris Cramer is Reuters Global Editor, Multimedia.

from MediaFile:

Cracked Macs rankle Apple customers

August 6, 2009

Apple isn't going out of its way to publicize the problem, but the Sydney Morning Herald has reported that cracked Macbooks are troubling users. Underscoring that, a Flickr site carries pictures of more than 200 cracked Macs, posted by the owners, along with their commentary.

from The Great Debate UK:

Free may be a radical price, but is it progressive?

July 10, 2009

padraig_reidy-Padraig Reidy is news editor at Index on Censorship. The opinions expressed are his own.-