Here are the Chat Notes:
11:41:52 From Mark Johnson : Greg, I’ll one up you … Roger Fenton in the Crimean war, 1850, the Valley of Death image. Two versions with different numbers of cannon balls on the road. Errol Morris tackled this in his book Seeing is Believing.
11:42:44 From Greg Thompson : Touche. I should know better than to throw something out in front of a respected professor. Good point.
11:43:24 From Mark Johnson : Well, professor … respected may be a stretch. The Fenton debate is fascinating. Use it as an example in my classes, tears the kids apart.
11:43:58 From Greg Thompson : I plan to research it. Sounds fascinating.
11:46:12 From Stanley Leary : Darrell your work is touching and wonderful moments
11:46:32 From Greg Thompson : This is really strong work. Thank you for sharing it.
11:46:56 From gibbsfrazeur : Nice work!
11:48:10 From Bill Bangham : This is beautiful work. Thanks for sharing it with us.
11:53:58 From Alan Hood : Great work… Wow.
11:55:00 From Mark Johnson : I have to duck out early for another meeting, thanks everyone and amazing work, truly speaks to connection.
11:56:03 From Allison : Greg, based on what standard of ethics? Journalism?
11:56:09 From Allison : Or what outlet?
11:56:23 From Greg Thompson : Deliberately open-ended question.
11:56:49 From 723749 : Outstanding work. Thanks for sharing.
11:57:53 From Allison : Journalism, or orgs that follow Journalism ethics, yes it would be misleading. If it was for the company that makes the baptism pools, no, it wouldn’t be a problem. That org isn’t sharing the story of the baptism, they are sharing the product and how it’s used
12:00:21 From Allison : This could be me
12:00:23 From Allison : Garrett Hubbard
12:00:30 From Allison : Maybe I’m on my wife’s account
12:00:34 From Allison : Hi : )
12:00:42 From Allison : definitely
12:05:25 From Allison : Great. Thanks for inviting me
12:06:02 From Alan Hood : Keeping me going…Inspiring.