A woman who thinks no one is watching undresses, changes clothes, transforms herself. A surveillance camera captures the moment.
You’d think TIME magazine’s Future of Invention workshop would give Washington its due. But only Ron Burgundy asked the right question: “Where is everyone?”
Showpiece productions like the recent NSA Files from The Guardian and last year’s Snowfall from the New York Times offer hope for the future of news. They are part of a micro-burst of experimentation that hints at what the next generation of digital news products could look and feel like every day.