Keeping my print past on the GRID Paid Members Public
I had the four issues of the architecture and design mag I edited a decade ago bound. And it’s a lovely thing.
A Carnival of Journalism Failure Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2011/05/2836481849_0f08b5879c_o.jpg] It’s Carnival of Journalism [http://carnivalofjournalism.com/] time again, and I’m about 36 hours late with this post – but then, what could possibly be more apposite for a journalism debate than a massive
Token Post Paid Members Public
Busy, busy, busy working on GRID right now, so blogging time is limited. I have come up with a good idea for the blog’s new name, though… In the meantime, here is today’s picture: I was forced to take a major diversion on the way home this evening,
Magazine Photography Paid Members Public
One of the reasons I love being a magazine journalist is that I’m particularly fascinated by the interaction of words and pictures. Perhaps I’m a little like Alice in that…. Anyway, Slate [http://www.slate.com/] has published an interesting article, a photo essay really, about fashion photography
GRID issue 1 on sale Paid Members Public
The first issue of GRID is in shops now, bundled with the latest issue of Estates Gazette. You can find info on obtaining a copy here [http://www.buyestatesgazette.co.uk]. Why, yes, this is a blatant plug. Why do you ask?
When blogging intersects the day job Paid Members Public
I tend to avoid writing about things close to my day job here, but I found this post [http://www.samizdata.net/blog/archives/004196.html] on Samizdata.net interesting. Brian Micklethwait has some insightful things to say about Terry Farrell, Broadway Malyan and certain architectural choices. All this is