As the debate rumbles on about a perceived decline in quality journalism, could a more visual web improve it or put another nail in its coffin?
When I rushed home from work the other day I was hoping to catch a glimpse of the Olympic torch carried through my neighbourhood. Stuck on a packed train, I realised I was going to miss it. So I did the next best thing and hopped onto Twitter to see it all unfolding in the palm of my hand. It wasn’t the written updates I wanted to see, it was the photos.