Hyperlapse #2

My first hyperlapse

parislemon:

Clay Shirky on the death of newspapers:

When the Tribune Company recently got rid of their newspapers, the New York Times ran the story under a headline “The Tribune Company’s publishing unit is being spun off, as the future of print remains unclear.”

The future of print remains what? Try to imagine a world where the future of print is unclear: Maybe 25 year olds will start demanding news from yesterday, delivered in an unshareable format once a day. Perhaps advertisers will decide “Click to buy” is for wimps. Mobile phones: could be a fad. After all, anything could happen with print. Hard to tell, really.

It is sort of humorous/sad how reluctant most publications are to call the most obvious of spades a spade. You’d think there was bias or something.

But if Britain were to somehow leave the European union and become the 51st state of America, we would actually be one of the poor states. If you take our economic output, adjust for living costs and slot it into the US league table then the United Kingdom emerges as the second-poorest state in the union. We’re poorer than much-maligned Kansas and Alabama and well below Missouri, the scene of all the unrest in recent weeks. Only Mississippi has lower economic output per head than the UK; strip out the South East and Britain would rank bottom. We certainly have our problems; we’re just better at concealing them.

Test post from phone.
Also a book i just got delivered today so I can get better at storyboarding app screens, doing user stories, etc.  Maybe I’ll learn to storyboard actual narrative stories, too? Excited to see what I get from this. I’ve heard this book is nasttttyyyyyy.

Test post from phone.

Also a book i just got delivered today so I can get better at storyboarding app screens, doing user stories, etc.  Maybe I’ll learn to storyboard actual narrative stories, too? Excited to see what I get from this. I’ve heard this book is nasttttyyyyyy.