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17 February 2017
In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at the New Yorker's photo department (yes, Virginia, they have one), Martha Rosler, Photoshop's New Document dialog box and MyPostcard.
- Look Inside the New Yorker's Photo Department might make you wonder if the text-heavy publication is kidding. They have one? Yep, and a photo blog too. LensCulture interviews Genevieve Fussell to find out all about it.
- In The Living Room War: A Conversation with Artist Martha Rosler, Laura Hubber discusses war, feminism, and art as a form of resistance with the Brooklyn-based artist and photographer famous for her collages.
- David Pogue found a way to Bring Back Photoshop's New Document Box. It's in the Preferences, actually.
- MyPostcard lets you send real post-and greeting-cards made with your photos from your smartphone or the Web. Add your own text on the back, enter the recipient's address and MyPostcard does the printing, postage and shipping.
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