[imc-nyc-photo] Re: [imc-nyc-web] Re: strike ends (?),
Rine at riseup.net
Fri Dec 23 08:52:28 PST 2005
hey, i'm on top of rotation, don't worry about it.
i'll make sure the photos ain't stale
Cathexis Press Photography
284A 22nd Street #1
Quoting Chris Anderson <chanders_imc at yahoo.com>:
> The paper should absoultely do a summation issue. I also plan on
> putting together a final "Scenes From A Strike" wrap on the website
> as our last SPS which will put the "highlights" on the front page and
> the whole honkin' archive below the fold.
> It would be great great GREAT to have a strike wrap piece to feature
> on the website -- perhaps burningman or someone else could toss
> something off.
> Also, just a heads up to photo team ... I know the holidays are
> coming and folks may not feel like doing much photo taking, or there
> may not even be that many to take. BUT ... I'd just like to point out
> how silly we will look if we still have a ton of photos of strikers
> in our photo queue on January 15th. Unfotunately, this batch will
> "date" faster than some of our other photos :(.
> again, nice work.
> Jed <jedbrandt at gmail.com> wrote: It's wild we were so on top of it
> even without a physical space. We didn't get a lot of interviews with
> either the union (which we could have) or actual transit workers.
> Life stories make these things come to life.
> The community support blog was quickly added to the blogwire, which
> shows how flexible that is as well. We should move the blogwire to
> the frontpage. It's pretty lively and we're taking a substantial
> amount of our content for features from it.
> Is there interest in doing a summation issue to help in this crucial
> part of the strike -- how it plays in memory? From where I stand, it
> looks like the union did alright, but there was no crushing victory
> or defeat -- save that the union took action, shut down NYC and is
> standing upright.
> On 12/22/05, Chris Anderson <chanders_imc at yahoo.com> wrote: I know
> its early, but the faster we can figure out what the settlement is
> likely to look like, the faster we can weigh in on the second
> battle-- framing the strike, who won, who lost, and what it all
> means. Just a heads up ... as always, folks should feel free to post
> to the newswire ...
> good job everyone. we really pulled this off in a major way.
> indymedia should be proud.
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