By: Pauline Millard
Making content web-ready doesn’t have to be complicated. I’ve mentioned the Soundslides program before, which is the easy way to create slideshows with or without audio.
Being “green” is a big trend nowadays, and media outlets are constantly trying to show the effects of global warning. Boston.com took the concept of rising temperatures and showed, through a series of five stock photos, what winter in Boston would look like if the average temperature went up a certain amount of degrees. The project is quick to click through and shows very clearly how this northern city would change with just a few degrees.
The slideshow is also linked to a larger archive of Boston.com stories about the environment.
How is your paper covering all things green? I’d love to know about it.
Here are a few of my past Picks:
Petaluma Newspaper Lets Locals Blog
South Carolina Papers Uses Web For Updates On Fallout From Fire
NWHerald.com Focuses On Video For Local Coverage
‘The Dallas Morning News’ Creates Original Videos for Local Stories