TOO MANY VIDEO CLIPS caused my normal Sunday News from Ireland to get all jumbled at source--meaning I didn't upstream my newspaper report until later in the day. Along the way, I found a new Twitter avatar by exploring some of my little girl's favourite things.
The shot I selected from Spectrum in the Sunday Times Magazine is of tribesmen performing for tourists in the province of Chimbu. It's not a plate that I saw being printed at RR Donnelley in Lancaster. I saw a similar photo spread in the New York Times Sunday Magazine that was being printed in Lancaster at the time. The London paper is not printed in Pennsylvania.
Some notable things from paging through the Sunday papers include lots of interesting snippets from Krishna De, the soclal media consultant who gets more ink in today's papers than any other Irish voice on Twitter. I liked David Davis' advice on PPC advertising, carried by Computer in Business magazine.  Both Barry Meehan and Peter Donegan get photos in a business blogging piece with excellent sidebars about the IIA Social Media Working Group and advice on how to get the most from your blog.  But the big thing worth noting is that my local paper, The Nationalist, now has a presence on both Twitter and Facebook. How cool is that?
As several Sunday writers point out, reputable agencies and service workers need to be vetted with their online presence  because in the time of a downturn, people need to know who to trust and to ensure they're banking with worthwhile collaborators. 
Posted from Flickr to my blog.
1. Dermot Colligan -- "Seek and you shall be found" in Computers in Business, April 2009.
2. Brian Skelly -- "Blogging: Does it Pay?" in Computers in Business, April 2009.
3. Dick O'Brien -- "Desperately seeking job? Beware of the scams" in the Sunday Business Post, 5 April 2009.
4. Nicola Cooke -- "Sharp decline in business for courier companies" in the Sunday Business Post, 5 April 2009.