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May 24, 2012
As we mentioned a few weeks back, Getty Images has updated their watermarks, in an effort to make them something a tad less annoying for folks to share. What do you think?

As we mentioned a few weeks back, Getty Images has updated their watermarks, in an effort to make them something a tad less annoying for folks to share. What do you think?

13:38 // 1 year ago
May 3, 2012
14:47 // 1 year ago
June 7, 2011
Today in pointing out the additional editorial value Newseum’s long-dormant watermark gives Anthony Weiner’s skin. (Yeah yeah, this is similar to our last post, but you really have to see the effect of the watermarks on that New York Post page close-up.)

Today in pointing out the additional editorial value Newseum’s long-dormant watermark gives Anthony Weiner’s skin. (Yeah yeah, this is similar to our last post, but you really have to see the effect of the watermarks on that New York Post page close-up.)

10:59 // 2 years ago
May 9, 2011
frontpages:
Seeking Business, States Loosen Insurance Rules
Syria Broadens Deadly Crackdown on Protesters
U.S. Raises Pressure on Pakistan in Raid’s Wake
A Bleak Life, Cut Short at 4, Harrowing From the Start
50 Years After Trial, Eichmann Secrets Live On
Smugglers Guide Illegal Immigrants With Cues via Cellphone

Notice something different about today’s page? Perhaps a little faded and gray? Here’s why. That’s right: Newseum’s testing watermarks. Eww. Our take: There has to be a way for Newseum to deal with this on the server end (say, preventing mass downloaders) without sullying the great pages they offer up to the world.

frontpages:

  1. Seeking Business, States Loosen Insurance Rules
  2. Syria Broadens Deadly Crackdown on Protesters
  3. U.S. Raises Pressure on Pakistan in Raid’s Wake
  4. A Bleak Life, Cut Short at 4, Harrowing From the Start
  5. 50 Years After Trial, Eichmann Secrets Live On
  6. Smugglers Guide Illegal Immigrants With Cues via Cellphone

Notice something different about today’s page? Perhaps a little faded and gray? Here’s why. That’s right: Newseum’s testing watermarks. Eww. Our take: There has to be a way for Newseum to deal with this on the server end (say, preventing mass downloaders) without sullying the great pages they offer up to the world.

12:09 // 2 years ago