LATimes.com is the digital form of the LA Times Newspaper (founded in 1881 in Los Angeles, California; the digital edition was first published in 1996)
Audience: It seems the online edition is aimed at readers of the legacy newspaper. There is little to indicate there is an aim at a younger audience.
Style: The layout is similar to a newspaper and there are just two photos accompanying the story. It has a headline, dateline, even a leading capital letter that is similar to a standard printed piece.
Prominence: Headline, first photo, capital T are the things that draw my eye. The photos are in color, but there is not a lot of other color on the editorial part of the page (rather than ads)
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From The Muse – things to ask in an interview that say a lot about the company you want to work for.
Richard Feynman was a brilliant scientist from Princeton. His study advice – really learning advice is fabulous. It takes time, but it is time well spent on the front end rather than at the last minute!
Great great little video on some fun cheap tricks. If you’re playing around with photography this summer just try one everyday. Pretty fun!