The Old Soldier is happy to report that Occupy Pittsburgh is still kicking. I picked up a Pittsburgh City Paper yesterday and buried on page 40 was a little article about Occupy Pittsburgh. The group will be active in Schenley Park near the University of Pittsburgh today and at the Modern Formations Gallery on Saturday.
This is good news.
The Huffington Post As A Business Model
The Old Soldier discovered the Huffington Post a couple of years ago. It’s an online daily newspaper. I was impressed with its editorial makeup: celebrity bloggers, aggregation of online material and investigative reporting.
The Huffington Post gave the Old Soldier a lot of good ideas about publishing an online magazine.
Andy Warhol’s Home Is Still There
I finally got to see where Andy Warhol grew up in Pittsburgh. He grew up at 3252 Dawson Street in South Oakland, a neighborhood near the University of Pittsburgh. There’s no plaque there or anything. Andy Warhol has also had a great impact on this magazine.
I just wanted to see where he grew up.
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- Andy Warhol: High Culture vs Low Culture (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
- Andy Warhol, Hunter S. Thompson And Flash Fiction (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
- Andy Warhol: The Portfolios, Dulwich Picture Gallery – review (standard.co.uk)
- The Huffington Post partners with Ustream to beef up its live news coverage (thenextweb.com)
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