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The Photo Society nominates Ami Vitale and Ed Kashi Projects for IndieVoices | Alexia Foundation

The Photo Society nominates Ami Vitale and Ed Kashi Projects for IndieVoices | Alexia Foundation | Old photos | Scoop.it

Ami Vitale and Ed Kashi, two of our Photojournalism Advisory Council (PAC) members, have been selected to be two of the three inaugural Photo Society members to have projects featured on new IndieVoices storytelling fundraising platform.


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Alessandro Zanini's curator insight, January 26, 2014 6:41 AM

Due nuovi progetti di Ami Vitale e Ed Kashi per IndieVioces | Alexia Fundation

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Syria: an Unrelenting Crisis | Lynsey Addario for The New York Times

Syria: an Unrelenting Crisis | Lynsey Addario for The New York Times | Old photos | Scoop.it
At 300,000 one year ago, Syrian refugees now total 2.1 million, and the United Nations predicts their numbers could swell to 3.5 million by the end of the year.

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These are new photos but the topic is as old as humankind – the people who lost their place in life but striving to preserve their lives' dignity. Great photography.

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Alessandro Zanini's curator insight, November 24, 2013 8:50 AM

La crisi umanitaria in Siria non rallenta.  Il numero di rifugiati continua a crescere. Immagini di Lynsey Addario per il New York Times

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Wake Up - Why It's Now About the Media not the Social

Wake Up - Why It's Now About the Media not the Social | Old photos | Scoop.it

Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin don't care about social connectivity, they care about media and inventory and monetization. Here's why, and here's what it means.

 

...Our desire to connect with one another (and with companies and organizations) via these platforms is what drove their usage and rise to prominence in the first place, but now that they have our attention (and do they ever), they’ve pivoted to supply us not with more and better ways to interact with real people, but instead more and better ways to consume content that corporations pay to put in front of us. Sound familiar? It should, as this is the exact same model network television has employed for 60+ years; give away something that is truly wanted (programming), and when people take you up on that free offer en mass, monetize that aggregated attention wherever and however possible....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 3, 2014 1:12 AM

Jay Baer writes a thoughtful post about how the "social" in social media seems to have gone missing ass the big social media channels become media.

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Berenice Abbott & ‘Night View’ — an Iconic Photo

Berenice Abbott & ‘Night View’ — an Iconic Photo | Old photos | Scoop.it
Embedded image courtesy the Museum of the City of New York.
Each weekend we take a look at a photographer of historical significance.  This weekend it’s Berenice Abbott (1898—1991).

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