Interesting article from Mallary Tenore at Poynter.org this morning about longform journalism and print, brings to mind the piece I wrote for PBS MediaShift on how print and online can work together. As technology has renewed attention to longform journalism with platforms, apps and sites like Instapaper, LongReads, Byliner, The Atavist, Kindle Singles and The Longform iPad app to name a few, I wondered: Does longform journalism still have a place in print? via Longform journalism morphs in print as it finds a new home online | Poynter..
The Nuestra Senora de las Mercedes galleon sank off Portugal’s coast near the straits of Gibraltar in 1804 with more than 500,000 silver coins. Spain won a five-year legal dispute to claim ownership for the treasures found by a US firm. via BBC News – Spain reveals shipwreck treasure.