Thursday, March 12, 2009

Where in the World are You?

The Newseum in DC has created a brilliant interactive design, featuring the front page news in real time from newspapers all over the world.

For those of us with our noses in the New York Times and the Washington Post, it is a bracing reminder that the rest of the press in the states and around world have a great variety of issues that somehow seem rarely addressed by the big guys and, when they are, they seem weighted differently.

See what the press is saying and how they are saying it, from small towns to cultural centers of the world at the Newseum's site. The design is impressive, er, news worthy.

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