Jim MacMillan is a journalist who left a newspaper but now delights in experimenting with new ways to gather and share news – in this case, photos of a fire on his iPhone. We need more of that inside papers.
the honolulu advertiser was unable to print today because of the power outage on oahu.
newsy day, but all of it is being reported only ONLINE.
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This is being done at one of your home-town newspaper Web sites, Jeff. The first photograph, at the bottom of this post on NYTimes.com, was shot on a NokiaN95 cellphone in 2007; as were all of the photos of New Yorkers watching the World Cup in 2006 on our World Cup blog and all of the photos and video we shot during the amateur stage of the 2008 Tour de France.
Sorry for the double, now triple, posting – the first iteration of my comment, at 10:18, had a code typo for the World Cup blog link – so I’d arrowed back to fix it. Anyway, that link works in the version of the comment posted above this one now, at 10:19 – you could delte the first version (and this comment) if you want to discard litter.
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Reuters did an experiment with the Nokia N95 and I’ve used it to cover large scale events as well and posted the results (with examples) here!
I think if Apple had brought out a keyboard it would have been snapped up, otherwise, given the better all-round facilities I think the Nokia N97 with keyboard may be the winner.
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