Walker Evans was a master at finding the ideal way to present the unique physicality of a given object: a dilapidated house, a famous bridge, a roadside garage or, as in this gallery, an old freight car.
You are only as good as your next book, your next blog post, or your last talk. (…) The tyranny of the content calendar is responsible for a lot of weak content on the web. Keeping up that pace out of deference to some kind of received wisdom about publishing frequency may not by default lead you to the kind of intellectual dishonesty of which Lehrer was guilty, but it does place stress on the system, as it were.
A content calendar is a necessity forced by the offline way of making content. The magazine, the newspaper, the TV show must be published and I don’t care if you have a great idea or not. That’s not true on digital and specially not true in the age of Facebook, where fewer and fewer people go to your homepage checking for new content.