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Great Moments in the Traditional Media

A decent sized newspaper is doing a story on one of our campgrounds for their paper, which is great news.  However, they want some photos.  I directed them to our web site with links to Flickr, where they could view the photos and actually download full resolution versions of the images.  However, after some back and forth, it seems that no one at the paper is able to accomplish this.  So I am now downloading the images they want off the Flickr page they are looking at and sending the images to them via CD / snail mail.  Sigh.

Posted on June 17, 2008 at 12:55 PM | Permalink

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Maybe one of the paper's employee's kids could come in an download the pictures for them. Sad...

Posted by: Flatland | Jun 17, 2008 1:31:22 PM

These are the same folks-

1) helping us understand global warming

2) explaining economics to the masses

3) helping 'package' our political leaders

Posted by: tribal elder | Jun 17, 2008 2:55:32 PM

And also, they have 'university degrees' in 'Journalism'.

Posted by: BlacquesjacquesShellacques | Jun 17, 2008 3:26:44 PM

Is a password required to see or download the full resolution photos?

Posted by: Dr. T | Jun 17, 2008 3:54:55 PM

Dr. T:

I have no Flickr account, but I was able to view a picture on the Flickr link above that was 2560x1920. I assume this is full size, and I wouldn't think a newspaper would need a larger size than that. So it does not appear that a password is required.

Posted by: DKH | Jun 17, 2008 4:15:04 PM

Many corporations block Flickr to keep employees from wasting bandwidth. One would think that a newspaper might make an exception in this case, but who knows? Also possible that their employees are functionally retarded.

Posted by: ErikTheRed | Jun 17, 2008 4:43:35 PM

Sell your stock in any newspaper which filters its journalists' internet access.

Actually... sell your newspaper stock anyway. That stuff ain't going up.

Posted by: Dan | Jun 17, 2008 4:54:51 PM

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