Tuesday, April 03, 2007
All the news that's fit to print
Ticky tacky boxes
San Francisco, CA, March 2007
You can tell a lot about a town by the media it keeps. When I saw this row of newspaper boxes, I knew their sheer number told a story that I wanted to remember.
Because I was sitting on a city bus at the time, doing my utmost to not lose consciousness before I got back to my hotel, I was feeling a little moody. I thought of the places in the world where such flagrant displays of free press are banned. Yet here, they're a part of the everyday landscape.
Your turn: A free press means...?