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An article from the Sunday edition of The New York Times is sparking controversy - not because of the content of the article, but because of how the photograph adjoining it was taken. The photo was taken by Nick Laham of Alex Rodriguez in 2012, and it was taken on an iPhone and edited entirely through Instagram. With the cover…

Following on the heels of Facebook's news feed update, The New York Times has announced their own site redesign. The new layout pulls inspiration from app design with sliding components for commenting and section selection. But the change that stands out the most is the focus on photography. The top of the page features one large image and a headline…

Is it visual? Is it engaging? Is it designed well? Those are three questions every content creator or marketer needs to ask. The three companies featured in this week's Front Lines of the Visual Revolution are answering those questions and innovating how social photography and online interactivity can be used. 1. Fashion Week's Instagram Moment Photo by KCDWorldWide For designers…

1. Vine Testing out Vine at Chute HQ. vine.co/v/b5d5iPW2l5v — Chute (@getchute) January 24, 2013 Of course this week's Front Lines post has to include Twitter's new video recording app, Vine. In 2006, 86 billion photos were taken. In 2012, that number shot up to 380 billion. Twitter is losing the photo battle against Facebook, but the company sees online…

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