details-editors

Makers and businesses…there is one spot left for our May sponsored posts. Email us ASAP for details. (Editor@folklifestyle.com) photo by @drewbikscube #liveauthentic #livefolk @folkmagazine @buyfolk (at folklifestyle.com)

Third Flatiron Needs Speculative Fiction Stories  on ‘Superstition’ - Pays up to 6 cents/word

Third Flatiron Publishing (est. 2012) has reopened its reading period to curate sci-fi, fantasy, and horror stories for its next quarterly anthology, this one with the theme, “Ain’t Superstitious”– a collection of short fiction tales that encompass and explore superstition as a motif. Writers can refer to the site’s upcoming Themes page for full details.

Editor/Publisher Juliana Rew welcomes tightly-plotted stories using fantastical settings, creatively diverse characters, intriguing dialog, sarcasm, light horror, and dry humor.

Keep reading

instagram

Full length feature coming soon! Reach out for any of your videography needs!

@itsreallyslow did his thing!

#trudetailing #detailing #carporn #louisville #kentucky #digitalstorytellers #romanlanevisual #videography #film #cinema #nissan #nismo #skyline #gtr #stevevai #weepingchinadoll #director #editor #filmmaker

2

In the late 1800s, Thomas Edison fitted a bisque head on a metal torso and placed inside a teeny Edison phonograph with a cylinder and a recording of nursery rhymes. The Edison Toy Phonograph Manufacturing Company employed 500 people to work on the Edison Talking Doll and it took half of them to make each doll. The phonograph recording featured the voices of little girl factory workers simultaneously repeating ““Mary had a Little Lamb,” “Jack and Jill,” and “Little Bo-peep,” among other rhymes, but the actual pops and hisses of the early phonograph caused disturbing interruptions. Patrick Feastor, historian of the early phonograph, noted that “this was the first case of a professional recording for an audience.”

Though short-lived on the market, Edison’s “little monsters” drew the attention of the popular science magazine Scientific American. The magazine cover for the April 26, 1890 issue featured illustrations of the doll mechanics, a factory worker, and the final product. The magazine’s editor detailed a visit to Edison’s laboratory in New Jersey and described the manufacturing process as “veritable pandemonium.”

Today, “Irene,” a new technology, lets listeners hear the voices from 125 years ago.

[“Edison’s Phonographic Doll,” Scientific American, April 26, 1890, The Strong, Rochester, New York.]

Editor’s note: We’re seeing reports of an earthquake felt in Irving, Texas. We’re watching for more details. – Stephanie Read more…

The post Editor’s note: We’re seeing reports of an earthquake felt in Irving, Texas. We’re watching for more details. – Stephanie appeared first on Breaking News.

The Editor! #details #star 💣☀
Available soooon on www.naldi.it
#man #manwear #manstyle #manfashion #fashionable #fashion #fresh #maculate #texture #urban #wear #love #cute #beautiful #instamood #insta #instagood #photo #photooftheday #swag #shoes #mood #spring #springbreak #summer #sun (presso Naldi Uomo)

New Design + Art Production Jobs and Internships!

Production/Prepress Artist (Freelance) – NJ

Position and application details click here


Graphic Designer for Print + Digital (Freelance) – Philadelphia, PA

Position and application details click here


Graphic Designer (Freelance contract) – South New Jersey

Position and application details click here


Graphic Designer Part-time – Cherry Hill, NJ

Position and application details click here


Junior Production Artist
 - Western Montgomery County
 Freelance – Long term

Immediate need for an onsite junior production artist.  Excellent opportunity to work with an internal creative team.  Send resume and portfolio to:  sharie@blueplateminds.com.


Freelance Graphic Designer – Princeton, NJ

Position and application details click here


Design Internship (Paid) – Philadelphia, PA

Position and application details click here


Design/Marketing Internship (Paid) – Fort Washington, PA

Position and application details click here


Photoshop Editor/Graphic Artist/Marketing – Bala Cynwyd, PA

Position and application details click here


Graphic Designer Part-time – MS Society, Philadelphia, PA

Position and application details click here


Graphic Design Internship – Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

Position and application details click here


Graphic Design/Print Shop Production Internship (Unpaid) – Hunterdon Brewing Company, Whitehouse Station, NJ

Position and application details click here


‪Graphic Designer , J.W. Pepper and Son, Inc. - Exton, PA‬

Position and application details click here


‪Marketing Designer (Part-Time) ‬Velis4 - Fort Washington, PA‬

Position and application details click here


Graphic Design Intern – Catherines, Bensalem, PA

Position and application details click here


‪Production Artist (with full benefits),GK Elite Sportswear - Reading, PA‬

Position and application details click here


Production Artist – Morgan Lewis, Philadelphia PA

Position and application details click here


Graphic Designer – Light Stream, Landsdale, PA

Position and application details click here


Graphic Design Internship, Paid - Benjamin Obdyke, Philadelphia, PA

Position and application details click here

Bill Simmons' Contract Won't Be Renewed by ESPN: Latest Details and Reaction

Grantland editor-in-chief Bill Simmons will leave ESPN after the sides were unable to reach an agreement on a contract extension.  

Richard Sandomir of The New York Times passed along word of the decision Friday from ESPN president John Skipper:

John Ourand of the Sports Business Journal provided a full statement from Skipper:

I decided today that we are not going to renew Bill Simmons’ contract. We have been in negotiations and it was clear it was time to move on. ESPN’s relationship with Bill has been mutually beneficial - he has produced great content for us for many years and ESPN has provided him many new opportunities to spread his wings. We wish Bill continued success as he plans his next chapter. ESPN remains committed to Grantland and we have a strong team in place.

Simmons rose to prominence with the outlet using the “Sports Guy” moniker. His influence steadily grew over time as he became involved with the highly successful 30 for 30 series and received the opportunity to start his own offshoot site, Grantland, among other contributions.

Now, the question is where he’ll land next.

Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated previously examined the potential options for Simmons if a new deal couldn’t be reached. The top odds-on choice, after re-signing with ESPN, was a “Glenn Beck model,” which is essentially creating his own media network.

Bleacher Report’s Dan Levy joked the outspoken figure and diehard basketball fan could also explore a different route:

One thing Simmons has effectively done throughout his time at ESPN is seamlessly connect the worlds of pop culture and sports. That’s going to give him more crossover appeal and increase the number of potential suitors once he hits the open market.

If he decides to go down the avenue of creating his own media outlet, it would probably take on a role similar to Grantland, just without the ESPN backing.

It’s not often a media free agent generates much buzz. Simmons looks like an exception.



from Bleacher Report - Front Page http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2458030-bill-simmons-contract-wont-be-renewed-by-espn-latest-details-and-reaction