By Jonty Quilf, Electrical Correspondent — I’ve just come back from the newsagent’s with a copy of the Daily Telegraph, a publication so expensive and impossible to read that it’s rapidly become the most popular newspaper. It’s a triumph of marketing over functionality.continue
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Apple’s annual iPod event was held at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, one of the company’s regular venues, and livecast to press gatherings in locations including London, where my fellow hacks reported a less than stampede-like turnout. read the full report
Newspaper ad for August Bank Holiday event at The Feathers Inn. Another piece for Rhian and Helen’s excellent pub at Hedley on the Hill, Northumberland. Fonts are from Adobe’s Wood Type series plus various cuts of Caslon and Clarendon. Ornaments and swashes customised in InDesign.
Today, Steve Jobs will announce the new iPhone. Despite sterling efforts, nobody has been able to reveal any substantial information about it, because Apple is highly secretive about new products. Yet the Telegraph’s Consumer Technology Editor, Matt Warman, managed to publish a piece before the weekend advising consumers of the 4G’s key weaknesses. How did he do it? continue