Friday, May 23, 2014

"Cops and Robbers" - A New Shades of the Departed Digital Magazine is Published Today - FREE!

My friend and genea-blogging colleague, footnoteMaven, is the editor of the Shades of the Departed digital magazine.  The latest issue of the magazine is available, for FREE, through fM's Shades of the Departed blog post titled Cops & Robbers Issue (two screens shown below):

If you click on the "click to read" image on the screen above, the digital magazine will open:

You can click on the right and left arrows on the screen, or on the filmstrip images at the bottom of the screen, to read the pages.

If you click on a page image, it will magnify and be more easily readable.  Use your mouse to move around the page image.  You can use the icons at the top of the page also.

While the technology to do this works really well, the content of the magazine is the real prize.  This issue is about Cops and Robbers, the stories are told by photos and text by skilled story-tellers and photo analysts.  My favorite is the story titled "A Photograph: Commemorating Murder" starting on page 60 with a photograph.

This is really an excellent issue, and I hope that my readers enjoy the stories.

Note that there are many more issues of Shades of the Departed - follow the links on the right-hand side of fM's blog to read them.

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T said...

I've read her blog before but since there isn't any way to subscribe by email I forget about it. When it does come to my attention I spend a day reading everything.

footnoteMaven said...

Randy, thank you for the shout-out! I am so pleased you enjoyed this issue. Everyone works very hard on their contributions. It is a true group effort.

I will look into the email subscription suggestion. -fM