The Inquirer had big ambitions, dispatching staffers across the globe to document a day in the life of AIDS – and then weaving what they’d found into the next day’s paper. But it didn’t take itself too seriously.
I should have known when I saw an animated GIF of the Fox29 reporter and the snowplow that Dan McQuade was behind the digital beauty. Lately Dan's been perfecting a form of short, silent art: looped money shots from our little daily dramas.
Powerful story in ESPN the Magazine about "Big Red," the Penn State assistant whose account of a Jerry Sandusky sexual assault of a boy in a campus shower led to the biggest scandal in college football.
Let's go back for a minute to the world's most viral selfie. Forget that the Ellen DeGeneres photo seen round the world was shot on a Samsung, which happened to buy five minutes of precious airtime on Sunday's Oscars and should get an Academy Award for product integration.