With a nonstop news cycle, the advent of digital photography, and the Internet all converging, 9/11 was perhaps the first tragedy experienced immediately worldwide. David Friend explores the meaning of the day’s overly familiar and unfamiliar imagery — from news coverage to amateur photos in Watching the World Change. Target Audience Photo buffs and news junkies. Worth It? An impressively sweeping analysis. When it comes to 9/11, no, we haven’t seen everything.
Watching the World Change With a nonstop news cycle, the advent of digital photography, and the Internet all converging, 9/11 was perhaps the first tragedy experienced ...Watching the World ChangeNonfictionDavid Friend With a nonstop news cycle, the advent of digital photography, and the Internet all converging, 9/11 was perhaps the first tragedy experienced ...2006-08-18Farrar, Straus & Giroux
Genre: Nonfiction; Author: David Friend; Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Giroux
Posted August 18 2006 — 12:00 AM EDT
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