Saturday, September 03, 2005

Front Pages

I know that I've mentioned this site before in comments, but thought you might like to see it now if you hadn't noticed it earlier. If you're interested to see how newspapers around the country and around the world are covering the situation in the wake of Katrina, Today's Front Pages is wonderful. You can hover over points on a map to see what the newspaper in that area put on the front page exactly as it looked this morning. Click on the spot to get a larger version, to get a pdf version of the page, or to click to the paper's website. There are 415 newspapers included in the site from 43 different countries. It can be addictive, rolling your mouse over the globe to see how the coverage differs so much.

2 Comments:

At 9/04/2005 6:31 PM, Anonymous Pearl said...

That's a good resource to have among my references. Thanks. It's sort of like http://www.smalltownpapers.com/ and http://whorlpool.905host.net/files/canadian_community_newspapers.htm

Michele sent me by today. have a great rest of weekend.

 
At 9/04/2005 8:03 PM, Blogger zazzafooky said...

Great link! It's always interesting to read other perspectives.

 

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