Killer Yellow

A gawker sifts.

mpdrolet:

Shiprock, New Mexico, 2012 from The Rez
Lois Conner

mpdrolet:

Shiprock, New Mexico, 2012 from The Rez

Lois Conner

(via photographsonthebrain)

instaxgratification:

Wild Oats, 2014, B

instaxgratification:

Wild Oats, 2014, B

thomasprior:

new orleans, 2014

thomasprior:

new orleans, 2014

shanolyno:

Sand Mountain in Fort Meade, Florida
1951

Posted by State Library and Archives of Florida 

shanolyno:

Sand Mountain in Fort Meade, Florida

1951

Posted by State Library and Archives of Florida 

shanolyno:

Ice cone, Montmorency Falls, Quebec
Alexander Henderson, 1876
posted by Musée McCord Museum 

shanolyno:

Ice cone, Montmorency Falls, Quebec

Alexander Henderson, 1876

posted by Musée McCord Museum 

“In the last decade, newspapers’ weekday circulation has fallen 47 percent, ads have fallen 55 percent, and about seven in ten newspaper readers are now older than 45. Stats like these provide the background music to events of the last few months, when News Corp, Time Warner, Gannett, the Tribune Company, and E. W. Scripps all unloaded their journalism divisions. Including the Washington Post’s sale within the last 12 months, this means that seven of the ten largest newspapers in the country have been dumped in an annus horribilis for print.”

—   

A Terrible Year for Newspapers, a Good Year for News - The Atlantic (via infoneer-pulse)

FJP: Horrendum X Annos. But, yes, also an amazing age for news.

(via futurejournalismproject)

(via futurejournalismproject)

shanolyno:

untitled by Phillip Kalantzis Cope on Flickr.
nicokrijno:

Measured 2

nicokrijno:

Measured 2

abealy:

head count_stampsheet

abealy:

head count_stampsheet

instaxgratification:

Semi, 2014, B

instaxgratification:

Semi, 2014, B