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Media Musings Blog Archive The They say a picture speaks a thousand words.
But in the latest magazine cover wars it seems they spoke millions, trillions, and whatever amount comes after that. "The First Gay President" commemorated Barack Obama's landmark proclamation in support of gay marriage, with Newsweek stamping a rainbow halo or "gaylo" on the President. Barack Obama as "The First Gay President" on Newsweek front cover. Photo courtesy The New York Times But the controversial cover seems a deliberate attempt to rival that model looking mother breastfeeding (shock) her three year old son that Time magazine so scandalously mind crafted. Pulling out the handy shock tactics to generate global hysteria and fueling the sit down American talk show (imagine The View shudder), these covers have successfully made the public stop, stare and pass out at the supermarket checkout stand. And with Newsweek trying to 'one up' Time in terms of media coverage overload vs popularity in Twitter sphere vs angry man letters, the stirring of controversy seems to be perhaps the only tool left in the garage of magazine publication. But what is more shocking? America's first black President supporting gay marriage in louis vuitton shoes red bottoms price close minded America or a 20 something year old woman commending attachment parenting with a toddler hanging off her chest. Well surely we'd have to turn to social media to answer that one. That print publications are where to get authentication for louis vuitton now so interested in cementing a presence online, it would seem appropriate to measure the controversial success rate of these magazines in question purely based on their louis vuitton bags under $30 domination in Twitter sphere.
Wouldn it? "Are you Mom enough?" Time asks readers. Photo courtesy The New York Times In just eight days after Time's opinion provoking cover hit stands, the "Are You Mom Enough?" front image was mentioned over 50,000 times on Twitter and the look at me magazine received 43,000 likes on Facebook. But let's ignore the fact that Twitter went into technological turbulence when Time's publication was released and ask, in this doomed era of print journalism what difference does a provocative cover make? And if the tacky 'make them pay attention' covers are just a ploy to get non readers to buy and grant subscribers a cheap thrill, are the cover games brilliant or horrendously cheap? The fine line publications are treading seems to be verging tell if louis vuitton bracelet real on desperate in these woeful times of print journalism decay, but I must reluctantly applaud a magazine that can get people talking in an age of YouTube and iPads and all things digital.
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