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Can't help falling in love... with your copy

Esquire magazine’s Chris Jones on maintaining a relationship —with your editor. 990 more words

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Mizzou Welcomes Documentary Storytellers With True/False Film Festival

By taking a look at the crowd, you could be anywhere in the world. The faces come from all different places, but all are brought together by a passion for film and culture.   539 more words

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POYi event brought an unexpected surprise to this non-photojournalism major

Story By: Berkeley Lovelace Jr. (@Blovelace_Jr)

COLUMBIA — It’s always interesting to see what I’ll stumble upon in the journalism school. And on Wednesday I fell on something maybe worth going to. 394 more words

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Photo Inspiration: Inside Lee Hills Hall

Have you ever looked up and seen a good photo opp?

It may just be me, but I see great photo opportunities all the time, and snap them really quick on my iPhone. 77 more words

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Critique: Parking Feature Package & Spring Preview Designs

It’s week three of Advanced Publication Design, and it feels like we have already designed so much. (But that’s a good thing). Our first two weeks of class consisted of competition design weeks AKA all nine of us are designing for the same story package, but in the end, it’s the Vox editors who decide who will prevail (AKA spend the rest of the weekend in the Vox office designing their life away). 971 more words

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Press section at the Windows 10 event also looks like an Apple ad

Monday “night it was the State of the Union press gallery that looked like an Apple ad,” Rene Ritchie reports for iMore.

Yesterday, “it was Microsoft’s Windows 10 event that was resplendent in aluminum MacBooks and glowing Apple logos,” Ritchie reports. 98 more words

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State of the Union's press gallery looked like an Apple ad

”Perhaps one of the best ads ever for Apple Inc. has just landed in the iPhone maker’s lap,” Barbara Kollmeyer reports for MarketWatch. “And it didn’t cost Tim Cook a dime.” 150 more words

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