EDIT: An edited version of this article was published on Nieman Storyboard website becoming the site’s most read article in 2011. The way we tell stories in the print media has been, mostly, the same for some time now. Space constraints and graphic layout have made the narrative flow a broken one. With the advent … Continue reading
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