Posts Tagged ‘dailies’

Things made by machine

We live in a consumeristic society, where everything is disposable. People now, with the incredible life speed in the cities, buy a lot of useless things. Clearly, also the industries have changed their ways of producing the dailies consumer goods, using machines instead of people, producing fast... Read more...

Political events

It is up to the media to give widespread publicity to a particular type of event and maybe ignore the other events taking place, but the bottom-line is that both political events and social events have the most lasting significance. Politics has long held the imagination and interest of the masse... Read more...

Focusing on the task at hand

Today's society is more concerned about getting results quickly. Too much emphasis is placed on being the first, the best or the brightest. However, success is not produced by highlighting the outcome. Rather, a good outcome is achieved by paying attention to the work at hand and its details. Thi... Read more...

swiftville gazette’s dilemma

The statement above suggests that looking out for a new editor-in-chief and the subscription drive should be suspended on the basis of increased circulation of 5 daily national news papers. Though the author's claim may have some merit, his reasoning is flawed. It is based on questionable assumpt... Read more...

Marketing Strategies.

The marketing department of Swiftville Gazzette concludes that because Newspaper readership is on the rise again, the planned replacement of the editor-in-chief and the launch of an expensive subscription drive may not be required to increase the company's profits. The marketing department provid... Read more...

Seldom-reported social transformations

It seems that looking at today's newspapers strewn in headline-making but hollow political events, the author has come to conclusion that the developments of lasting significance are seldom-reported. I tend to disagree with this specious claim. (more…) Read more...

Popularity does not mean success

The author concludes that photographers working with colour pictures have a distinct advantage and may well be successful compared to monochromatic photography. This argument does not convince and the reasons stated are based on feelings of the author and does not have sound empirical backing. (m... Read more...