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Old 05-12-2006, 10:43 AM   #1
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Default Newspaper design day in London

On Friday, May 19, the St Bride Library will hold a one-day conference on the history and design of newspapers. It looks fabulous — wish I lived close enough to attend.

This is short notice; you can download an application at the web site, and get more information. The fees benefit the Library.

Speakers and their talks:
  • Peter Baistow: “From flong to film and beyond”
  • Simon Esterson: “The rise and fall of the colour magazine”
  • John Belknap: “Could ugly be beautiful?”
  • Alan Rusbridger: “The shrinking broadsheet”
  • Mark Porter: “Why does a newspaper look like it does?”
  • Paul Barnes: “The story of the new Guardian typeface”
  • Nico Macdonald: “Design: the neglected discipline online”

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