Online Community @ The Saline Post for Week of Feb 11, 2018

 02/18/2018 - 10:36
Online Community @ The Saline Post for Week of Feb 11, 2018
It would appear that this past week somewhat followed a theme of looking behind the curtain of journalists' experiences here at The Saline Post.

The most commented upon article this week visited the topic of online support networks.

In case you missed it, you'll want to take a look back now for some interesting insights on what it feels like to be a journalist today — sans clichéd pool areas with constantly ringing telephones and typewriter clatter, followed by after hours gatherings at the ubiquitous pub just across the street.

Next up: "Holli Andrews, the New Executive Director at Saline Main Street."

Forum activity happened to follow a reporting theme as well (though not by design). More particularly, with discussion of images and the mechanics of creating them.

Under General discussion, a thread from last November titled "Saline, from 'a distance'" was updated. This time, Saline pride was in evidence along side "President Kennedy's Air Force One."

Around Town saw an "Eagle At Travis Pointe." Given the location, my first thought went to a golfer having scored two under par on that course and looking for further details on how that had been accomplished under current weather conditions.

Finally, a new thread in Photography looked at a current image from elsewhere on The Saline Post to provide tips on "How to compose a photograph featuring person and very large secondary subject."

Goodnight, Tran.

Dell Deaton
Saline High School, Class of 1981. Live in the city and vote. I am a local business owner (d2 Saline aka D2 Enterprises), and have been since August 12, 1983. Photographer, watch historian, and career marketing professional. Investor in the Best Western Premier Saline hotel project. My business pays for advertising on The Saline Post. I also write for this site, without compensation, and all opinons expressed are solely my own.

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