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Angela Natividad
Angela Natividad is a freelance copywriter, journalist and strategist based in Paris. She co-founded AdVerveBlog.com, a blog and podcast about ads and design, and writes MarketingProfs' “Get to the Point!: Social Media” newsletters. She likes people and animals, but not as much as books.
Tweet her @luckthelady.
James Martin
James Martin is the community manager of music & TV tradeshows midem & MIPTV/MIPCOM. He edits their respective industry news & trends blogs (blog.midem.com & mipblog.com) and also covers video games and technology for French cultural weekly A Nous Paris
Tweet him at @jamesmart_in
Stuart Dredge
Stuart Dredge is a freelance journalist based in the UK. He writes about digital music for Music Ally, and about apps and mobile for The Guardian, The Sunday Times and The Appside, as well as his own Apps Playground site.
Tweet him @stuartdredge
The New Yorker Curates Crowdsourced Kraftwerk

Here’s some easy ingenuity. Last week, Sasha Frere-Jones wrote an awesome New Yorker article about German band Kraftwerk’s performances at the MOMA. As often happens at concerts of epic style and breadth (eight whole nights!), official photographers were confined to a few choice but restrictive spots. 
What’d The New Yorker do? It sifted through Instagram, Facebook and Flickr, where the audience — free to photograph at will, wherever they were — uploaded a diversity of concert shots. Here are three by Steve Milanowski, Daniela Stigh and Stephanie Zussman; visit the site for a complete slideshow.
This material is just as good as pro photog work. It adds value to The New Yorker’s coverage and also valorises the people who were present (readers or not). Also, as readers of the magazine and the site, we have a richer perspective of the Kraftwerk shows. Nice!The New Yorker Curates Crowdsourced Kraftwerk

Here’s some easy ingenuity. Last week, Sasha Frere-Jones wrote an awesome New Yorker article about German band Kraftwerk’s performances at the MOMA. As often happens at concerts of epic style and breadth (eight whole nights!), official photographers were confined to a few choice but restrictive spots. 
What’d The New Yorker do? It sifted through Instagram, Facebook and Flickr, where the audience — free to photograph at will, wherever they were — uploaded a diversity of concert shots. Here are three by Steve Milanowski, Daniela Stigh and Stephanie Zussman; visit the site for a complete slideshow.
This material is just as good as pro photog work. It adds value to The New Yorker’s coverage and also valorises the people who were present (readers or not). Also, as readers of the magazine and the site, we have a richer perspective of the Kraftwerk shows. Nice!The New Yorker Curates Crowdsourced Kraftwerk

Here’s some easy ingenuity. Last week, Sasha Frere-Jones wrote an awesome New Yorker article about German band Kraftwerk’s performances at the MOMA. As often happens at concerts of epic style and breadth (eight whole nights!), official photographers were confined to a few choice but restrictive spots. 
What’d The New Yorker do? It sifted through Instagram, Facebook and Flickr, where the audience — free to photograph at will, wherever they were — uploaded a diversity of concert shots. Here are three by Steve Milanowski, Daniela Stigh and Stephanie Zussman; visit the site for a complete slideshow.
This material is just as good as pro photog work. It adds value to The New Yorker’s coverage and also valorises the people who were present (readers or not). Also, as readers of the magazine and the site, we have a richer perspective of the Kraftwerk shows. Nice!

The New Yorker Curates Crowdsourced Kraftwerk

Here’s some easy ingenuity. Last week, Sasha Frere-Jones wrote an awesome New Yorker article about German band Kraftwerk’s performances at the MOMA. As often happens at concerts of epic style and breadth (eight whole nights!), official photographers were confined to a few choice but restrictive spots. 

What’d The New Yorker do? It sifted through Instagram, Facebook and Flickr, where the audience — free to photograph at will, wherever they were — uploaded a diversity of concert shots. Here are three by Steve Milanowski, Daniela Stigh and Stephanie Zussman; visit the site for a complete slideshow.

This material is just as good as pro photog work. It adds value to The New Yorker’s coverage and also valorises the people who were present (readers or not). Also, as readers of the magazine and the site, we have a richer perspective of the Kraftwerk shows. Nice!