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We/me are TIME’s cover ;) Generation Y ready to save the world.

We/me are TIME’s cover ;) Generation Y ready to save the world.

Daft Punk - Get Lucky // George Barnett cover (by George Barnett)

One of my favorite.  

(via The best Steve Jobs Cover | The Future of Magazine)
they have missed the BEST steve Jobs Cover ever.It is the Cover of “Information Week Magazine” of October 17th 1994, that says “Why Steve Jobs still matters”.
Back then Steve was a loser. His company Next was about to collapse. Pixar was unknown. Steve was out.This cover is very important because it’s showing the magnificence of the comeback.It’s impossible to realise today how far Steve came back from. Here you can have a clue.
Never give up.

(via The best Steve Jobs Cover | The Future of Magazine)

they have missed the BEST steve Jobs Cover ever.
It is the Cover of “Information Week Magazine” of October 17th 1994, that says “Why Steve Jobs still matters”.

Back then Steve was a loser. His company Next was about to collapse. Pixar was unknown. Steve was out.
This cover is very important because it’s showing the magnificence of the comeback.
It’s impossible to realise today how far Steve came back from. Here you can have a clue.

Never give up.

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Simple, stirring cover by Boston magazine design director Brian Struble using actual running shoes worn in last week’s Boston marathon.

explore-blog:

Simple, stirring cover by Boston magazine design director Brian Struble using actual running shoes worn in last week’s Boston marathon.

This week’s TIme Magazine Cover. 
GIve (frozen) peas a chance and carrots too by Dr. Oz.
I am not a big frozen food fan, curious to have a look at the article.  
Im probably not the target audience, as I am a veggie living in San Francisco, already very aware of privileging seasonal vegetables, organic foods and avoiding processed ones.

This week’s TIme Magazine Cover.

GIve (frozen) peas a chance and carrots too by Dr. Oz.

I am not a big frozen food fan, curious to have a look at the article.

Im probably not the target audience, as I am a veggie living in San Francisco, already very aware of privileging seasonal vegetables, organic foods and avoiding processed ones.
it doesn’t seem to us that this is so much about whether “print journalism still matters” as it is about what we said at the start of this post — the power of images.
New Yorker Celebrates Obama’s Gay Marriage Endorsement In New Cover