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December 26, 2012

Newspaper publishes gun permit database online, people go insane

  • cause In the wake of the Newtown, CT shooting earlier this month, a Gannett-owned New York state newspaper published a series of interactive maps showing all of the gun permits in the region, according to public records.
  • reaction Rage. Lots and lots of rage. Gun owners and many others are extremely angry about the exposure and have retaliated against the newspaper, with one blogger publishing the editor’s address and phone number. source
11:33 // 1 year ago
September 15, 2012
usatoday:

futurejournalismproject:

lookatluca:

Happy Birthday, USA Today. The newspaper critics once described as “television you can wrap fish in” is turning 30-years-old. Read “A Newspaper That Influenced Us All” in Garcia Media, a fascinating look back at what this project meant to the industry and its design community.

FJP Fun Fact:  USA Today did try to launch a television program. Called, originally enough, USA Today: The Television Show, it launched in 1988 and was cancelled a year and a half later due to poor ratings. 
FJP Quibble: USA Today launched on September 15th, 1982, so happy pre-birthday.

A very kind post here from Mario Garcia — and today’s our 30th birthday! We’re looking forward to the next 30 years.

Ball-shaped logo or not, fact is that USA Today did a lot to modernize newspapers. Happy birthday, fellas!

usatoday:

futurejournalismproject:

lookatluca:

Happy Birthday, USA Today. The newspaper critics once described as “television you can wrap fish in” is turning 30-years-old. Read “A Newspaper That Influenced Us All” in Garcia Media, a fascinating look back at what this project meant to the industry and its design community.

FJP Fun Fact:  USA Today did try to launch a television program. Called, originally enough, USA Today: The Television Show, it launched in 1988 and was cancelled a year and a half later due to poor ratings. 

FJP Quibble: USA Today launched on September 15th, 1982, so happy pre-birthday.

A very kind post here from Mario Garcia — and today’s our 30th birthday! We’re looking forward to the next 30 years.

Ball-shaped logo or not, fact is that USA Today did a lot to modernize newspapers. Happy birthday, fellas!

15:15 // 1 year ago